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This listserv discussion includes private and community foundation plans to return to in-person meetings in 2021 or later.
This is a sample job description from The Dayton Foundation for Vice President Community Engagement.
This is a sample job description from The Dayton Foundation for Donor Relations Officer.
Read the community foundation listserv responses on donor advised funds for service organizations (Moose Lodge or VFW) and bingo contracts.
Read the community foundation listserv responses on record retention policies for recordings of committee and board meetings
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.
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?
Economic development can be a challenge, and in rural places there are unique factors that create both barriers and opportunities. Watch this Midwest (Tri-State) Community Foundation Series Webinar to learn about the Rural Economic Development Cohort, a partnership program with the Council of Michigan Foundations and the Community Economic Development Association of Michigan, and how this experience helped participating foundations engage their communities.
Community foundations invite donors and fundholders to respond to both immediate crises and long-range leadership opportunities, but how do we best steward, retain and advise those donors? Watch this Midwest (Tri-State) Community Foundation Series webinar presented by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance to learn more.
It is essential that any community foundation involved in the administration of donor-advised and scholarship funds have a thorough understanding of the Pension Protection Act. This Midwest (Tri-State) Community Foundation Webinar was presented by Phil Purcell, our lawyer on call, who explained the Pension Protection Act and more.
This community foundation listserv collection details the member responses listing the African American community funds, Hispanic funds, Black funds and other race-specific funds at their community foundations.
Read answers from the community foundation listserv to the question: for foundations that use a percent of moving average computation to determine spending (e.g., 12 trailing quarters), how do you handle funds that are newer than 12 quarters?
This resource from the Community Foundation of Shelby County is a donor survey sample document pertaining to the satisfaction of fund holders, DAFs, scholarships, professional advisors and other donors.
Anticipating community crises and preparing your foundation to adapt and respond quickly are key opportunities for community foundation leaders today. Hear from Mike Parks, Jeanne Holihan and Eleanor Comyns, as they share how The Dayton Foundation has responded to three distinct disasters – a history-making series of tornadoes in May 2019, a deadly mass shooting in August 2019 and the current coronavirus pandemic – and how each dictates different approaches in both the community and grants process.
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Development and Marketing Coordinator Sample job description from Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley
Scholarship renewal letter from Community Fdn of Shelby County