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Corporate Foundation Spending-Listserv Postback 5/29/2019
What does power have to do with equity? How can grantmakers better leverage power to help drive lasting, positive change?
Philanthropy Ohio SCR14 Letter to Senate Committee
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
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.
The Philanthropy Review Summer 2020 edition features several articles about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected funders and nonprofits and how they have shifted. In addition, read CEO Deborah Aubert Thomas’ statement on racial equity, information on Philanthropy Forward ’20 going virtual and much more!
The Philanthropy Review Spring 2020 features the latest foundation and individual giving numbers from Ohio Gives, spotlights how The Dayton Foundation has responded to several community crises, welcomes our new director of programs and learning and much more!
Ohio Medicaid Update - May 14, 2020
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.
Has Ohio’s student, school and system performance changed fast enough and deep enough to help Ohio thrive as the global economic shift continues? Most in Ohio’s philanthropic community would reply, “No.” Based on data and policy analysis, Philanthropy Ohio believes the state has lost ground in four major education areas over the last six years.