Philanthropy Ohio is a statewide network of individuals and organizations who value opportunities to connect and learn together, believing that by doing so they will become more effective in achieving their charitable goals. We are a strong advocate for the state’s philanthropies, the preferred provider of educational programs and information resources and the only organization that connects all forms of philanthropy in Ohio.
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Philanthropy Ohio members believe that they will become more effective by connecting with and learning from each other they will become more effective. Our 200+ members represent the many types of philanthropy in the state, including individuals, giving circles, community and private foundations, corporate foundations and giving programs, federated funds and other public charity grantmakers.
Membership in Philanthropy Ohio is open to philanthropic organizations and individuals in Ohio that make contributions to multiple recipients. Philanthropy Ohio membership includes private and family foundations, community foundations, corporate foundations and giving programs, federated funds, grantmaking public charities, government agencies, giving circles, United Ways and individual donors
As the voice for philanthropy in Ohio, we are the go-to resource for media and others seeking information about those engaged in philanthropy, including grantmaking foundations, corporate giving programs, ind
Philanthropy Ohio helps community foundations by providing resources, networks and programs that help staff and trustees achieve their organizations’ charitable goals.
Over the past several years, there has been a nationwide effort to develop and implement the National Standards for community foundations. Contact us at 614.224.1344 for assistance with any community foundation questions.
Education for Ohio's Future - 2006 Report
As the new century unfolds, Ohio stands at a crossroads. Over the past 20 years, our state and local leaders have worked to improve student, school and system performance. We have seen progress in some areas, but our education system falls far short of preparing all students for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.