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Philanthropy Ohio SCR14 Letter to Senate Committee
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.
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 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.
The Philanthropy Review 2021 summer edition member newsletter features a new series to build nonprofit capacity and enhance impact for members and grantees; tips on reviewing your investment policy statement; the results of the 2020 membership satisfaction survey; guidance on succession planning; the Philanthropy Forward ’21 plenary speakers and much more!
The April meeting provided updates on education provisions of the state budget, the school funding proposal and federal COVID-19 funding for education. State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria gave news on his priorities for K-12 education and OFT President Melissa Cropper shared educators’ priorities, especially as schools address COVID-19 impacts. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities discussed recent federal efforts to address poverty that can impact student success, including income and child tax credit and housing assistance.
Health in Mind, A philanthropic guide for mental health and addition by The Center for High Impact Philanthropy