HPIO presentation from the Health Initiative
Presentation from the Philanthropy Ohio Health Initiative
Philanthropy has an important role to play in addressing equity and racial disparities faced by marginalized communities. To achieve equity, we must make space for uncomfortable conversations knowing that discomfort is a catalyst for growth and a sign of progress.
Noted tax and budget policy expert Bob Greenstein provides an overview on the key provisions in the federal budget, discusses current and upcoming budget debates and battles and offer insights on the potential impact for low income families, workers and communities.
Learn to understand how the landscape is changing and how it impacts your efforts to engage donors.
Kivi Leroux Miller shares 10 mistakes nonprofits make when writing printed nonprofit annual reports.
How do we reinvent philanthropy to work in an all digital, fully global, more sustainable 21st-century world?
Editor's Note: The following is an excerpt from Karen Kelley-Ariwoola's 2012 James A. Joseph Lecture titled "Responsive Philanthropy in Black Communities: Mobilizing Our Resources for Impact," which she delivered during the Association of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE) Annual Conference in April 2012.
Presentation by Bonnie Kantor-Burman, Sc.D., director, Ohio Department of Aging, with Robert E. Eckardt, Dr. P.H., executive vice president, The Cleveland Foundation, serving as moderator.
Corporate Social Responsibility and corporate giving