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How Pittsburgh’s Arts and Cultural Community is Embracing Accessibility and Inclusion of People with Disabilities — FISA Foundation has strategically invested in promoting inclusion of people with disabilities into the region’s arts and cultural life, not in one or two grantee organizations, but across the whole landscape of performing arts, theatre, visual arts and museums.
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.
A new guide reviews the basics as well as 2013 changes that impact completing your Form 990.
The 2014 Tracking Report (2016) explores the scope and character of foundation funding for LGBTQ issues in the calendar year 2014.
Childhood stress and trauma impact children's futures and this suggests how communities can counteract such forces.
CFO Cheryl McKenna helps you get ready for your foundation's tax season in this PowerPoint presentation and webinar. Presented as part of Philanthropy Ohio's "Coffee Break" webinar series about foundation operations.
As a society, we are busy -- we run from one place to the next, from personal commitments to work and back again and we find ourselves stretched so thin that it seems impossible to fit anything else into our jam packed days. In the past, having enough time to fulfill our daily obligations was challenge enough, without adding in a volunteer commitment on top of it.
Hydraulic fracturing – or fracking – has been used in Ohio for more than 40 years to release natural gas trapped in Marcellus and Utica deposits.
NewsLine is published monthly for members of Philanthropy Ohio.
Join with your scholarship management colleagues for a day of learning, networking and professional growth!
With National Philanthropy day coming up next week, I’m excited to recognize a number of individuals and organizations receiving awards – including our own annual awards that we presented recently – for the contributions they make every day to improve communities and lives in Ohio.
The feeling of excitement permeated the air – an energy that Philanthropy Forward generated among attendees, presenters and staff during three days in October when the state’s philanthropy practitioners – from private foundations to corporate funders to United Way and community foundation staff – convened in Columbus to network, learn and exchange ideas. With the infusion of arts and equity work, attendees proclaimed this was the best Philanthropy Forward conference yet.