What will the November elections mean for education policy in Ohio? Key General Assembly leaders and policy directors for both gubernatorial candidates will set the stage and look ahead at the remainder of 2018 and into next year during the October 22 Philanthropy Ohio Education Initiative meeting. After presentations and a working lunch, the coalition will turn its attention to a discussion of what it means for the Education Initiative, with a focus on planning for 2019.
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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.
2017 Ohio Community Foundation Roster
2018 Community Foundation Roster
2019 Community Foundation Roster
The Philanthropy Review 2021 winter edition member newsletter features a conversation with four colleagues on how philanthropy is evolving; a look back on policywork in 2021; the achievements of this year’s philanthropy awardees; a thank you to our volunteers; and spotlights on David Abbott, Carol Hone and more!
Come together virtually to explore conversations critical to the nonprofit sector and lean into your role as a community changemaker during this one-day mini-conference on Friday, October 15.
March 28 Education Initiative Meeting