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Health Initiative meeting notes - February 19, 2019
A guide to election-related activities for 501(c)(3) organizations.
The Center for Community Solutions lays out the fiscal implications of an aging Ohio.
The Internal Revenue Service today issued interim guidance regarding the treatment of qualified transportation fringe benefit expenses paid or incurred after Dec. 31, 2017.
Sample job desciption from Foundation for Appalachian Ohio
Sample document from the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio
Schneider Downs presentation on the health care tax credit.
Sample performance review form
Partnerships that include “access to justice” as a strategy can address poverty more effectively by extending the impact of narrowly-focused social service approaches supported by funders. During this webinar, you will hear examples of successful Ohio collaborations that advance desired outcomes in health, education, housing and jobs through civil legal aid.
Grantmakers can be more effective in addressing complex community challenges when they have strong partnerships with community organizations and members. Authentic, firsthand understanding of and engagement with grantees, community members and other partners enables grantmakers to make informed decisions, secure community buy-in and build a strong foundation for sustainable solutions to community problems. This engagement and understanding doesn’t start and end with program implementation; it extends also to the learning and evaluation process.
How can foundations help build movements and opportunities for social change – and win? This is the question at the heart of a funder collaborative launched in California in early 2010. The California Civic Participation Funders was born out of a series of conversations among a group of us who invest in various social justice issue areas. We realized that we shared a common sense of frustration about the lack of sustainable policy wins among the social movements that we supported.
The Strive Partnership outcome indicators represent a snapshot of local education data from birth through college for the urban core of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. Please use caution when attempting to make comparisons across the data. In some cases data is comparable, but the intent of reporting is to put the data out there, stimulate discussion and help us to identify additional data that is needed as well as support to affect the outcome.
Grantmakers are increasingly funding multisite, “place-based” initiatives in order to catalyze long-term, community-wide improvements. An example is the effort to improve high school graduation rates by funding a package of projects that include providing health and nutrition services in schools, after-school activities, and leadership programs.