Program Recording

Philanthropy Ohio April 2021 Health Initiative Meeting Materials

Publication date: 
04/2021

View and download resources from the April Health Initiative Meeting, which provided an overview of the state’s budget as it relates to investments in health as well as other bills and how these measures can impact your grantmaking. We heard from staff at the Center for Community Solutions and Children’s Defense Fund-Ohio about their key policy priorities related to public health and human services eligibility. Staff from the Health Policy Institute of Ohio highlighted key findings from the soon-to-be-released 2021 Health Value Dashboard before peers shared their collaborative work with mass site vaccinations and innovative work to advance maternal and youth health and wellness.

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Education Initiative Meeting Resources - April 2021

Publication date: 
04/2021

The April meeting provided updates on education provisions of the state budget, the school funding proposal and federal COVID-19 funding for education. State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria gave news on his priorities for K-12 education and OFT President Melissa Cropper shared educators’ priorities, especially as schools address COVID-19 impacts. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities discussed recent federal efforts to address poverty that can impact student success, including income and child tax credit and housing assistance.

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A Generation of Impact? Engaging the Next Gen for the Best Future of Family Philanthropy Webinar Recording

Publication date: 
02/2021

View this Midwest Family Foundation Webinar hosted by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance to learn what next gen donor research tells us about how they want to be engaged in family giving, how they are learning and crafting their philanthropic identities, how they think about stewardship and legacy and what you can do to help them become the donors we all need them to be.

Adapting and Reimagining our Grantmaking Webinar Recording

Publication date: 
02/2021

This Midwest Community Foundation Webinar hosted by the Council of Michigan Foundations explored these timely questions: What is your purpose as a grantmaker now and into the future? How are you adapting your grantmaking to stay accountable to your community, particularly Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities? What is the story that your foundation wants to tell about this experience five years from now?

Philanthropy’s Role in Advancing Housing Stability Meeting Resources

Publication date: 
02/2021

The April homelessness and housing stability meeting provided updates about key federal, state and local housing policies in Ohio and philanthropy’s role in moving the needle. Participants heard lessons learned from local community partners, the Lorain County Urban League and the Cincinnati Community Action Agency of Hamilton County, and additionally learned how federal CARES Act funding has been used to provide families and communities with rental assistance, eviction prevention and access to safe, affordable housing.

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