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Listserv Question - We are sending one full-time salaried employee and two part-time hourly employees to an out-of-town conference for 3 days (that includes Sunday for travel). They are getting reimbursed for travel expenses and hotel. I'm not sure how to handle meal expenses (a daily stipend?) and how the employees should be compensated while they are gone (hourly wages? If so, how many hours per day -- just the hours they are actually attending the conference?). We have not done this before -- it was always either myself or our VP and we took no additional benefits for the time away. Can any of you offer any advice?
Philanthropy Ohio and members support health equity grant proposal from the Ohio Department of Health to the CDC.
Philanthropy ohio submitted comments to the state's conference committee, highlighting key provisions to be included or taken out of the state budget, which include reinstating the Step Up To Quality program; removing language requiring affordable housing projects be appraised for tax purposes at full market value; supporting the inclusion of a new funding formula for K-12 education; and maintaining the 12-month access for postpartum care under the Medicaid program.
The Philanthropy Review Winter 2020 edition features four members’ reflections on 2020 and perspectives on 2021 challenges; an update on the Ohio Collaborative for Educating Remotely and Transforming Schools public-private partnership; and welcomes several new leaders to their jobs in philanthropy.
Learn about Ohio’s proposed K-12 school funding plan (HB 305) and what it means for local schools and closing equity gaps between districts. Educational investments are a powerful tool for ensuring high-quality education for all students to succeed regardless of zip code.