Kyle Witucky receives Brian Wagner Muskingum County Community Foundation Leadership Award.
Now is your chance to submit a session proposal for Philanthropy Forward ’20 in Cleveland this September. Members can find the Call for Sessions Instructions and Call for Sessions Application Form on the Philanthropy Forward ’20 webpage. The deadline to submit your application is Friday, February 21.
Join a cohort of a dozen peers on a five-session learning journey where you’ll discover your unique individual leadership potential. Not your typical leadership series, this program is designed specifically for emerging leaders in philanthropic organizations. Space is limited, so register by Feb. 7 to reserve your seat.
It’s time to renew your Philanthropy Ohio membership for 2020 before it expires in January. You can update your organization’s contacts, generate an invoice and pay online. Visit the Membership Renewal dropdown item on the Members tab to log in and get started.
The Philanthropy Review Winter 2019 edition is available now online to download and read. This edition remembers Steve Minter, celebrates the 2019 philanthropy awardees, introduces three board members, reflects on the Putting Racism on the Table series and Philanthropy Forward ’19 and much more!
The 2019 Foundation Salary Report is now out and available for members to download. It’s our most-requested resource and features salaries of Ohio foundation CEOs, program officers and administrative assistants for Ohio, the Midwest and the U.S. by type of foundation. Philanthropy Ohio collected data on salary and benefits at member organizations in mid-2019 in association with the Council on Foundations.
Beginning in December 2019, Philanthropy Ohio rolled out new exclusive discounts for members. Philanthropy Ohio members have access to savings on entertainment, travel, movie tickets, theme parks, sporting events, hotel stays, rental cars and much more.
Troy Foundation helps establish the Troy Reinvestment Fund
The new Troy Reinvestment Fund will assist businesses and organizations by providing gap funding loans and loan guarantees to preserve and enhance the community’s economic vitality, and Troy Foundation will provide $1 million in initial funding.
“The Troy Foundation is excited about our commitment to provide the seed money for the Troy Reinvestment Fund. The Fund will be a great asset to the community and will help promote economic vitality and revitalization of the city,” said Melissa Kleptz, executive director of the Troy Foundation.
Similar funds are being established across the state and country to revitalize communities through the redevelopment and repurposing of vacant buildings in the communities of Piqua, Springfield, Dayton and Hamilton.
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