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Join Mark Lomax II, D.M.A. and Suzanne Allen, Ph.D. for a thoughtful conversation about the intersectionality of poverty, race and opportunity. Listen in to learn about efforts to create a better future for young men and women aged 18-26 and how foundations can activate their funds to make important changes in community.
Listserv Question - A colleague would like to know if your Foundation makes grants to government agencies / entities. And if so, how do you address that in your guidelines and / or bylaws?
Listserv Question - Does your foundation hold fundraisers for a) operating dollars and/or b) grant dollars?
Listserv postback - Community Foundation Fundraisers - April 2019
Philanthropy Ohio Board Meeting Materials December 10, 2019
Date / Time: December 10, 10 am – 2 pm
Location: Philanthropy Ohio Columbus Office
500 South Front St, Suite 900, Columbus, OH 43215
Learn more about how the state’s $150.4 billion biennium budget’s policy will affect philanthropy and your community. The main operating budget for FY 2020-2021, which was introduced in late March, is now at the top of the General Assembly’s agenda. With hearings in the House Finance Committee and Subcommittees in full swing, the over 1800 page document will undergo its comprehensive and stringent legislative process in both chambers.
The Ohio Department of Health has reached out to Philanthropy Ohio to both gather information and inform you of needs they are hearing. In particular, we want to gather information on whether your organization – whether through a specific COVID-19 crisis fund or collaboration or through other organizational funds – is providing support directly to individuals.