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Philanthropy Review Spring 2024

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The spring Philanthropy Review edition features the latest analysis of foundation giving in Ohio; interviews with several members who attended Foundations on the Hill in Washington, D.C.; an update on the evolution of Philanthropy Ohio's public policy work (we've saved you a seat!); and more!

Philanthropy Review Winter 2023

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The Philanthropy Review winter newsletter edition features three foundation leaders reflecting on the year; the 2023 Philanthropy Award winners; several new and retiring sector CEOs; a thank you to our volunteers and donors; and more!

Americans don’t think nonprofits can fix society’s ills. Here’s how to make sure charities can succeed.

When asked to cite examples of what’s working, many of us point to other cities, states or nations – rather than the solutions happening right in our backyards. To change people’s minds, we must shift the narrative – the stories we tell ourselves about how society works and what obstructs change – toward the things nonprofits and their partners are already doing about deep-seated problems.

November 2
Connect with John Corlett as he transitions from his role leading The Center for Community Solutions and a career serving as a leading voice to empower communities and build public, private and philanthropic partnerships for a more just Ohio.
Thursday, November 2, 2023
9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Cleveland Foundation, Huntington Conference Room

Improve Your Measurement Practices Program Recording

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This Midwest Series Corporate webinar helps you to ensure your grantmaking program's use of data reduces barriers and supports learning, decision-making and reporting. Learn how to define and measure impact in ways that align with business strategy, reduce inequitable measurement practices and fit funder and grantee time horizon.

September 20
Connect with your private and family foundation peers in this collaborative space designed for sharing and joint learning.
Wednesday, September 20, 2023
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Common Ground – The Cindy Nord Center for Renewal