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Joan and Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III Awarded 2018 Devou Cup

Joan and Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III Awarded 2018 Devou Cup

The Northern Kentucky Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, was delighted to name Joan and Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III as recipients of the 2018 Devou Cup during the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner on September 20.

Meet Dora

Meet Dora

Meet Dora. Greater Cincinnati Foundation's Chief Operating Officer.

Tax Strategy Amplifies Donors’ Giving Power

Tax Strategy Amplifies Donors’ Giving Power

Bunching isn’t just for grapes anymore. In the language of donor strategies — and optimal tax advantages — bunching, or bundling, is a smart way to respond to the changes in the tax rules enacted for 2018. GCF can help you to craft a bunching plan that brings the strongest possible returns for your giving priorities.

$1.8 Million Investment in Family Independence Initiative Reaps Life-Changing Returns

$1.8 Million Investment in Family Independence Initiative Reaps Life-Changing Returns

At the one-year mark, GCF’s unprecedented stake in FII is helping low-income families to chart their own paths toward greater prosperity. With more than 179 families enrolled in the program, FII-Cincinnati is demonstrating measurable gains on multiple fronts.

Building an Equitable Community is the Path to Inclusive Prosperity in our Region

Building an Equitable Community is the Path to Inclusive Prosperity in our Region

All-in Cincinnati Research Release Event 10/19 - Mark your calendar today! The research has been compiled, and it’s ready for release. We’re excited to reveal the ground-breaking work of the All-In Cincinnati Equity Coalition — in coordination with research and action institute PolicyLink — to determine the essential investments, policies and opportunities needed to address persistent inequalities in our community.

You're Invited: All-In Cincinnati Research Release - A Path to Inclusive Prosperity

You're Invited: All-In Cincinnati Research Release - A Path to Inclusive Prosperity

Guided by a core team of civic leaders, the All-In Cincinnati Equity Coalition is creating a local policy roadmap to be released on October 19, 2018, based on the framework of PolicyLink’s All-In Cities initiative. The project aims to strengthen relationships and build trust between individual local leaders working on multiple, intersecting issues.

Giving Alert: Hurricane Florence and Michael Support

Giving Alert: Hurricane Florence and Michael Support

Giving Alert: Hurricane Florence and Michael Support

RFP Release: Supporting Educational Success

RFP Release: Supporting Educational Success

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) welcomes requests for funding to support the educational success of children, youth and young adults across our region. This is a competitive process. The invitation to submit a proposal does not guarantee a grant award.

Meet Ellen

Meet Ellen

President/CEO Ellen M. Katz, who came to Greater Cincinnati Foundation from The Children’s Home of Cincinnati in 2015, holds an MA in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Xavier University. A native of Connecticut, she lives with her husband in Hyde Park and has two gown sons.

Funding Opportunity: Bringing the

Funding Opportunity: Bringing the "Impossible" to Life

Renowned arts supporter David C. Herriman’s legacy ensures that the shows will go on — in enhanced, creative ways.

Seeking Giving Circle Members to Award More Than $100,000 in Grants

Seeking Giving Circle Members to Award More Than $100,000 in Grants

Expanding upon the success of our 2017 Vibrant Arts and Culture Giving Circle, GCF is convening two donor-driven, interactive opportunities this fall: The STEM Giving Circle to improve educational outcomes for at-risk students in grades 1-12 through increased access to STEM learning opportunities; and The NKY Giving Circle, focusing on projects to benefit Northern Kentucky youth.

Alms Hill: $225,000 Grant Helps Fund Headline for Hope

Alms Hill: $225,000 Grant Helps Fund Headline for Hope

GCF’s grant to the Legal Aid Society of Cincinnati yields the tangible, empowering outcome of saving the homes of 140 low-income families in their Walnut Hills apartment building.

GCF's Strategic Focus on Equitable Communities

GCF's Strategic Focus on Equitable Communities

Identifying pieces of the equity puzzle leads to a brighter, more complete picture of progress for all of us.

Applied Research Manager - Women's Fund

This professional will collect, catalog and distill information about women’s economic self-sufficiency from multiple sources to help us present the strongest case for these issues in various settings (presentations, community initiatives, etc.) This position will also be a liaison to our commissioned research institutions and manage the volunteer research committee. S/He will manage a database of related articles and publications and train and promote its usage among our non-profit partners. S/he will research potential grant opportunities for the Women’s Fund and participate in drafting grant applications, when appropriate.

Nonprofits awarded $403,011 to support Environmental Sustainability

Nonprofits awarded $403,011 to support Environmental Sustainability

Greater Cincinnati Foundation is investing in Environmental Sustainability. Through strategic support of innovative collaborations, GCF is partnering with forward-thinking organizations generating ecological stewardship for generations to come.

Adam Turer Honored with Legacy Emerging Philanthropist Award

Adam Turer Honored with Legacy Emerging Philanthropist Award

Covington, KY (July 20, 2018) — Adam Turer, an attorney at Lerner, Sampson & Rothfuss, received the Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s 2018 Emerging Philanthropist Award at Legacy’s Next Generation Leader Awards on July 19. Kent Wellington of Graydon presented the award to Turer, whom he nominated with the support of several other leaders of the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative’s Saturday Hoops program.

Alpha Delta Boule' News Release

Alpha Delta Boule' News Release

Nearly 1,800 Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity members, spouses and family members gathered in Cincinnati recently for their biennial business conference, the 54th Grand Boulé.

GCF Honors Wilbert Ziegler with the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council’s Voices of Giving Award

GCF Honors Wilbert Ziegler with the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council’s Voices of Giving Award

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) was honored to recognize Wilber Ziegler with the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council’s (GCPGC) Voices of Giving Award on Thursday, June 7, 2018. Voices of Giving is an annual event that allows GCPGC members to recognize and celebrate philanthropists who have made a bequest or other planned gift.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Adds Five New Employees

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Adds Five New Employees

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is pleased to announce the addition of five new team members in June. The new hires will assist the marketing, donor relations and grants teams.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Hires Jaclyn Sablosky as Marketing Director

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Hires Jaclyn Sablosky as Marketing Director

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Hires Jaclyn Sablosky as Marketing Director

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Hires Harold Brown as Vice President of Community Strategies

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Hires Harold Brown as Vice President of Community Strategies

Greater Cincinnati Foundation announces Harold Brown as its VP of Community Strategies.

Women of the Year Honorees Select Appointed for Grant

Women of the Year Honorees Select Appointed for Grant

During the reception, past honorees heard about plans for this year’s 50th Anniversary Luncheon and voted to give a grant to Appointed, an initiative of the Women’s Fund.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation invests to create a more inclusive community with innovation grants to 17 nonprofits

Greater Cincinnati Foundation invests to create a more inclusive community with innovation grants to 17 nonprofits

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation recently awarded $255,000 in grants to 17 local nonprofits to drive greater belonging, independence and authorship with and for people with disabilities. All grants awarded were made in partnership with GCF donors past and present.

36 nonprofits receive $1.1 million in grants from Greater Cincinnati Foundation to support basic needs

36 nonprofits receive $1.1 million in grants from Greater Cincinnati Foundation to support basic needs

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation recently awarded $1.1 million in grants to 36 local nonprofits to support the provision of food, shelter and behavioral health services for some the region’s most vulnerable residents, as part of GCF’s annual Providing a Safety Net funding round.

Nominations being accepted for Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Emerging Philanthropist Award

Nominations being accepted for Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Emerging Philanthropist Award

Nominations are now being accepted for the Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Emerging Philanthropist Award. The deadline has been extended to Monday, May 13, 2018, at 5 p.m.

GCF enters an exciting chapter of transformation

GCF enters an exciting chapter of transformation

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's recent brand launch kicked off an exciting chapter of transformation for GCF.

Two nonprofits selected as top finalists in local $150,000 literacy grant competition

Two nonprofits selected as top finalists in local $150,000 literacy grant competition

Scripps Howard Foundation, the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Duke Energy Foundation and WCPO 9 On Your Side selected the top two finalists — out of a field of 10 nonprofit applicants — for $150,000 in grants to support emergent childhood literacy initiatives in impoverished neighborhoods in the Tristate.

The Women’s Fund accelerates momentum with new brand!

The Women’s Fund accelerates momentum with new brand!

The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation announces the official launch of its new brand. The nimble nonprofit has grown in influence with its ground-breaking research, known as PULSE Studies, becoming the region’s expert on the status of women’s economic self-sufficiency.

For Nonprofits: RFP released for Ensuring Environmental Sustainability

For Nonprofits: RFP released for Ensuring Environmental Sustainability

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation has recently released its Ensuring Environmental Sustainability Request for Proposals (RFP), which are due Monday, April 30, 2018.

GCF’S Arts and Culture Giving Circle grants $80,000

GCF’S Arts and Culture Giving Circle grants $80,000

Eleven members of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s (GCF) Arts and Culture Giving Circle recently granted $80,000 to 10 local nonprofits.

Christopher Fister elected as GCF board chair, Jemison and Westheimer join board

Christopher Fister elected as GCF board chair, Jemison and Westheimer join board

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is pleased to announce Christopher Fister, partner at Castellini Management Company, has been elected as the new chair of its governing board, and Steve Jemison and Sallie Westheimer have joined the governing board.

Grant applications for schools and summer programs now open (Deadline Extended)

Grant applications for schools and summer programs now open (Deadline Extended)

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is now accepting applications for its two programs designed to fund education projects for youth during the school year and summer months.

Semi-Finalists Announced for Scripps Howard Foundation Literacy Grants

Semi-Finalists Announced for Scripps Howard Foundation Literacy Grants

Ten local nonprofits are now in the running for a total of $150,000 in grants to support childhood literacy initiatives in impoverished neighborhoods in the Tristate.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation invests $25,000 in UC’s The Cincinnati Project to support activities that benefit women of color

Greater Cincinnati Foundation invests $25,000 in UC’s The Cincinnati Project to support activities that benefit women of color

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has provided $25,000 in funding to support The Cincinnati Project, a community-engaged research initiative at the University of Cincinnati (UC). The funding will go to support projects that offer clear and direct benefit to women of color in Cincinnati.

Melanie Healey to interview NASA Astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison for The Women’s Fund ‘A Conversation With…’ event

Melanie Healey to interview NASA Astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison for The Women’s Fund ‘A Conversation With…’ event

The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation has selected Melanie Healey as the interviewer for its 2018 signature event, A Conversation with Dr. Mae Jemison, Thursday, April 5, 2018, 5:30 p.m. at the Cintas Center.

Sign up for Being Curious About Race Community Conversations

Sign up for Being Curious About Race Community Conversations

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation will be hosting a sold out Community Conversation and film viewing of the Academy Award nominated film, I Am Not Your Negro, which is based on the unfinished novel of the late James Baldwin, and hosting a community conversation with Baldwin’s niece on Friday, Jan. 19. The conversation will continue with three sessions of “Being Curious Together About Race” this spring.

Application process for $150,000 in literacy grants now open

Application process for $150,000 in literacy grants now open

Scripps Howard Foundation, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Duke Energy Foundation and WCPO 9 On Your Side are continuing their charge to break the cycle of poverty through literacy. The organizations are leveraging resources to provide $150,000 in grants to nonprofits that support family literacy in impoverished neighborhoods in Greater Cincinnati.

For Nonprofits: RFP released for Providing a Safety Net for Individuals and Families

For Nonprofits: RFP released for Providing a Safety Net for Individuals and Families

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation has recently released its Providing A Safety Net for Individuals & Families Request for Proposals (RFP), which are due Friday, Feb. 2, 2018.

Year-End Giving and Tax Reform

Year-End Giving and Tax Reform

Optimize your tax benefits while amplifying the impact of your charitable dollars.

Angie Williams joins GCF as Senior Human Resources Manager

Angie Williams joins GCF as Senior Human Resources Manager

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation welcomes Angie Williams as Senior Human Resources Manager.

Is now a good time for making charitable gifts?

Is now a good time for making charitable gifts?

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation provides some insights on charitable giving in 2017.

Tom Williams honored by Greater Cincinnati Foundation  for volunteer leadership

Tom Williams honored by Greater Cincinnati Foundation for volunteer leadership

Tom Williams was recently presented with the 2017 Jacob E. Davis Volunteer Leadership Award from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

Make the Most of Your Year-End Giving

Make the Most of Your Year-End Giving

As you plan your holiday and year-end giving, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is proud to assist and be your philanthropic partner.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation awards $288,000 to support literacy efforts in Cincinnati in memory of Gladys and Ralph Lazarus

Greater Cincinnati Foundation awards $288,000 to support literacy efforts in Cincinnati in memory of Gladys and Ralph Lazarus

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has recently awarded $288,000 in grants to support strategic efforts targeting reading and math literacy for Cincinnati’s youngest learners through the Gladys and Ralph Lazarus Education Fund.

NASA Astronaut, STEM advocate Dr. Mae Jemison is the next speaker for The Women’s Fund's A Conversation With…

NASA Astronaut, STEM advocate Dr. Mae Jemison is the next speaker for The Women’s Fund's A Conversation With…

NASA Astronaut, American Engineer, physician and STEM advocate Dr. Mae Jemison will be the next speaker for The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s A Conversation With event on Thursday, April 5, 2018.

For Nonprofits: Two New RFPs released for Arts and Community Organizing

For Nonprofits: Two New RFPs released for Arts and Community Organizing

Read more about grantmaking at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, including updates to our Request for Proposals schedule.

Relief Assistance Resources for Hurricane and Earthquake Victims

Relief Assistance Resources for Hurricane and Earthquake Victims

Thanks to all who have reached out to support the Hurricane Harvey efforts so far. We have added some additional links to assist those in the path of Hurricane Irma.

P&G Employee and Retiree Disaster Relief Fund Activated for Hurricane Harvey and Irma

P&G Employee and Retiree Disaster Relief Fund Activated for Hurricane Harvey and Irma

We assist communities by delivering P&G products from brands such as Tide, Charmin, Always, Bounty, Dawn, Mr. Clean, Swiffer, Febreze, Crest, Oral-B, Pantene, Head & Shoulders, Old Spice, Secret, Gillette, Venus, Pampers, and Ivory. Your donation will help these everyday essentials get in the hands of people who need them most.

Supporting Those Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

Supporting Those Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

Our hearts and thoughts are with the thousands of individuals impacted by Hurricane Harvey in Houston and the Texas coast.

In the News: GCF Awards Largest Grant to Fight Family Poverty

In the News: GCF Awards Largest Grant to Fight Family Poverty

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation recently made the largest grant in its 54-year history to the Family Independence Initiative (FII) for $1.8 million. GCF and its partner, the GreenLight Fund, held a press conference with FII to announce this investment. Read the media coverage about this historic investment.

John and Jane Domaschko to Receive 2017 Devou Cup

John and Jane Domaschko to Receive 2017 Devou Cup

The Northern Kentucky Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is delighted to present John and Jane Domaschko with the 2017 Devou Cup. The award will be given at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner on September 28.

The Greenlight Fund and The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Make $2.4 Million Investment to Bring Family Independence Initiative to Cincinnati

The Greenlight Fund and The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Make $2.4 Million Investment to Bring Family Independence Initiative to Cincinnati

The Greenlight Fund, in partnership with The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, announced today a multi-million-dollar initiative to fight family poverty in our region. Together, they are investing $2.4 million to bring the Family Independence Initiative—and its innovative model of trusting and investing in family solutions—to Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

Colleen McCarthy Blair Joins The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Colleen McCarthy Blair Joins The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) welcomes Colleen McCarthy Blair as Senior Giving Strategies Officer.

Clare Blankemeyer Receives Legacy’s Emerging Philanthropist Award

Clare Blankemeyer Receives Legacy’s Emerging Philanthropist Award

Clare Zlatic Blankemeyer received the 2017 Emerging Philanthropist Award at Legacy’s Next Generation Leader Awards on July 13. The honor was presented to Blankemeyer by The Northern Kentucky Fund of The Greater Cincinnati.

We Rise Together: Updates to GCF's Community Investment Strategy

We Rise Together: Updates to GCF's Community Investment Strategy

Information about our new Community Investment Strategy, which was previewed at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's Nonprofit Reception, is now available. We were honored to host the 400 individuals who represent 320 organizations that are making a difference in our community.

GCF awards $2 million in Spring Grants Cycle

GCF awards $2 million in Spring Grants Cycle

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Governing Board recently approved $2 million in Community Fund grants in its second quarter. During this grant cycle, the Foundation invested $815,000, in programs that improve the self-sufficiency of Greater Cincinnati families.

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Welcomes Lisa Davis Roberts

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Welcomes Lisa Davis Roberts

Lisa Davis Roberts joins The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) as program officer for philanthropic services.

Volunteers Award $160K in Grants to Help TriState Pets

Volunteers Award $160K in Grants to Help TriState Pets

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) organized a group of committed donors and experts from the animal welfare field to review grants and award $160,000 to support the well-being of our region’s pets.

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Welcomes Deepika Andavarapu

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Welcomes Deepika Andavarapu

Deepika Andavarapu has been hired as the research and evaluation officer for The Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

Affordable Housing Event Brings Key Insights for Community Wide Issue

Affordable Housing Event Brings Key Insights for Community Wide Issue

Many people in our region are struggling to make ends meet. Finding an affordable place to live is a challenge for many in our community. The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, along with many community organizations are dedicated to building a region where everyone can thrive. On Thursday, May 25, 2017, we gathered several important community leaders in this area for a deep dive into the current situation in our city and how to change our story.

Check Out Our Six Pack!

Check Out Our Six Pack!

Thanks to the support from donors like you, we are proud to announce that The Women’s Fund added a sixth team member this week.

Endow Kentucky Tax Credit is Available July 1

Endow Kentucky Tax Credit is Available July 1

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation works with Kentucky taxpayers on the Endow Kentucky program.

The Women's Fund conducts the first local study of the Gender Wage Gap

The Women's Fund conducts the first local study of the Gender Wage Gap

The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation releases its latest PULSE Report: Applying a Gender Lens to the Wage Gap.

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation partners with The Enquirer for Women of the Year Awards Luncheon

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation partners with The Enquirer for Women of the Year Awards Luncheon

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is proud to announce our partnership with The Enquirer to bring you the 49th annual Women of the Year Awards Luncheon on October 23, 2017.

Princeton City School District receives $100K for mobile reading program

Princeton City School District won a $100,000 grant for its mobile book center through a local literacy grant competition supported by Scripps Howard Foundation, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Duke Energy Foundation and WCPO 9 On Your Side.

Join us for upcoming PULSE Study release on Gender Wage Gap and its effect on Wealth Accumulation

Join us for upcoming PULSE Study release on Gender Wage Gap and its effect on Wealth Accumulation

The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and the UC Economics Center are excited to release a new PULSE Study on the Gender Wage Gap and its effect on Wealth Accumulation.

Phillip Lanham promoted to Vice President of Donor Relations

Phillip Lanham promoted to Vice President of Donor Relations

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is pleased to announce the promotion of Phillip Lanham to Vice President of Donor Relations.

Will Woodward named The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s First Chief Financial Officer

Will Woodward named The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s First Chief Financial Officer

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is pleased to welcome its first Chief Financial Officer Will Woodward.

Top three nonprofit finalists selected in local $150,000 literacy grant competition

Top three nonprofit finalists selected in local $150,000 literacy grant competition

Scripps Howard Foundation, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Duke Energy Foundation and WCPO 9 On Your Side selected the top three finalists, out of a field of 14 nonprofit applicants, for $150,000 in grants to support childhood literacy initiatives in impoverished neighborhoods in the Tristate.

FC Cincinnati and The Women's Fund Talk About Abby Wambach (VIDEO)

Meghan Cummings, executive director of The Women's Fund, and Sarah Huber, Chief Financial Officer of FC Cincinnati, talk about the upcoming A Conversation with Abby Wambach in this March 12 interview on Cincinnati Business Courier's Business Watch.

Desiré Bennett: Why I love The Women's Fund

In celebration of International Women's Day, we asked our Leadership Council member Desiré Bennett to share why she loves The Women Fund.

Update on GCF's Community Grants Process

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation has been evaluating how our grantmaking strategy can be more innovative, focused, and effective. We are also considering strategic areas of focus for large scale community initiatives. These considerations result from an evaluation of our current processes that identifies opportunities for us to improve the way we support the community. As a result, we are not currently accepting applications for the Fall 2017 grant cycle.

The Women's Fund goes to the Statehouse - Ignite Change: A Day to Educate, Motivate, Advocate

The Women's Fund goes to the Statehouse - Ignite Change: A Day to Educate, Motivate, Advocate

On Thursday, February 16, 2017, The Women's Fund co-hosted Ignite Change, a day to educate, motivate, and advocate as we apply a gender lens to public policy.

14 Nonprofits Selected for Next Step for Literacy Grant

14 Nonprofits Selected for Next Step for Literacy Grant

Fourteen local nonprofits are now in the running for a total of $150,000 in grants to support childhood literacy initiatives in impoverished neighborhoods in the Tristate.

Teachers & Summer Programs: Get Funding!

Teachers & Summer Programs: Get Funding!

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is now accepting applications for its two programs designed to fund innovative education projects for children during the school year and in the summer.

Three Local Organizations Offer $100,000 Literacy Grant

Three Local Organizations Offer $100,000 Literacy Grant

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Scripps Howard Foundation and WCPO 9 on Your Side are joining forces to break the cycle of poverty through literacy. The organizations are leveraging resources to provide a $100,000 grant to a single nonprofit that supports family literacy in impoverished neighborhoods in Greater Cincinnati. Funds will be awarded to a single nonprofit that fosters and promotes the development and expansion of new and/or existing literacy programs supporting children and their families living in poverty from birth through early elementary school age.

The Women's Fund Receives Support from Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund

The Women's Fund Receives Support from Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund

The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation has received $150,000 from the Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee. These funds will support numerous projects furthering the fund’s mission to ensure the economic self-sufficiency of women.

The Women's Fund: We're Growing in 2017!

The Women's Fund: We're Growing in 2017!

In the coming year, The Women's Fund will devote more time and resources to co-creating solutions with the women we serve and the agencies that directly serve them. I’m excited to share with you some changes to our team to facilitate our growth and increase impact.

Evaluating Community Change: GCF’s Collective Impact work in Cincinnati offers a useful framework

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s work in Collective Impact as be a national model for communities around the country interested in similar efforts. A new blog post on Stanford Social Innovation Review takes an in-depth look at measurement and evaluation of the collective impact efforts in Cincinnati.

Andrew Jergens Foundation Celebrates $20 Million in Grants

The Andrew Jergens Foundation, a private foundation client of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, has reached a generous milestone - $20 million granted to the Greater Cincinnati community since its inception in 1962.

Thank You for Celebrating Generosity at Our Annual Luncheon

Thank You for Celebrating Generosity at Our Annual Luncheon

What a great day to celebrate the generosity of our region! Thanks to everyone who attended The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's Annual Luncheon on December 9.

New PULSE Briefing: Why Teachers' Wages Are Critical to Quality Preschool

New PULSE Briefing: Why Teachers' Wages Are Critical to Quality Preschool

In The Women's Fund's new PULSE Briefing, we outline the many reasons why increased wages for childcare workers improves educational qualifications, improves staff stability and ultimately increases program quality. The Women’s Fund has been a strong champion for these issues, but we cannot do it alone. We have a wonderful opportunity to take a huge step for women and their children by passing Issue 44 for Cincinnati Public Schools and Preschool Promise. We encourage you to vote YES!

Help Our Community’s Youngest Citizens Succeed

Help Our Community’s Youngest Citizens Succeed

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation invests in a more vibrant and prosperous Greater Cincinnati where everyone can thrive. While GCF hasn’t traditionally been part of the election process, we felt it was necessary to show our support for both Issue 44, Cincinnati Public Schools Levy, and Issue 53, Hamilton County Children’s Services Levy, as this election will affect the future of the children in our community.

Celebrate Guys Who Get It - The Women's Fund

Celebrate Guys Who Get It - The Women's Fund

This year, The Women's Fund turns 21! We want to celebrate with YOU and the special men who really "get" our work. We are passionate about the change we are making because it is long-term and help generations of women, men and their families.

In the News: Collaborating for Change

In the News: Collaborating for Change

Read our latest news stories, including features on how Collective Impact is improving early childhood education and the environment, our Devou Cup honoree, The Women’s Fund research report on childhood poverty, and our new Vice President for Marketing and Communications.

An Inspirational Evening with the Daltons and Bob Coughlin

An Inspirational Evening with the Daltons and Bob Coughlin

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s donors and professional advisors spent an inspirational evening with Andy and Jordan Dalton and Bob Coughlin.

Wilbert L. Ziegler to Receive 2016 Devou Cup

Wilbert L. Ziegler to Receive 2016 Devou Cup

The Northern Kentucky Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation will present Wilbert L. Ziegler with the 2016 Devou Cup on Thursday, September 15. The award will be presented at the Northern Kentucky Chamber Dinner.

The Women’s Fund Releases New PULSE Study Research With Focus on Poverty

The Women’s Fund Releases New PULSE Study Research With Focus on Poverty

A new PULSE study commissioned by The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation through the Economics Center at University of Cincinnati illuminates how policies keep working families in a cycle of instability and dependence, even as they try to achieve self-sufficiency.

In the News: Investments making a BIG difference

In the News: Investments making a BIG difference

Read our latest news stories, including features on how Collective Impact brings employers and workers together to build a stronger community, our Emerging Philanthropist honoree, and how grants are making an impact in our community.

Join The Women's Fund for our next PULSE Study release August 30

Join The Women's Fund for our next PULSE Study release August 30

Join The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation as we share a new PULSE study that delves into the policy challenges women and families face as they climb toward self-sufficiency on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency.

Soccer Legend, Equal Pay Advocate Abby Wambach coming to Cincinnati

Soccer Legend, Equal Pay Advocate Abby Wambach coming to Cincinnati

Soccer legend and equal pay advocate Abby Wambach will be the next speaker for The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s A Conversation With event on Saturday, March 25, 2017, at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.

GCF Welcomes New Faces of Fundraising Intern

GCF Welcomes New Faces of Fundraising Intern

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is pleased to welcome Andrea Gatewood, a participant in New Faces of Fundraising, a program of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Cincinnati Chapter.

Tending to Community: LISC

Tending to Community: LISC

Kathryne Gardette likens her neighborhood to a garden.

Matching Smiles and Success: Withrow Dental Center

Matching Smiles and Success: Withrow Dental Center

When the Withrow Dental Center opened, it had a waiting list of 200 Withrow University High School students.

Elevating Women and Children: The Women's Fund

Elevating Women and Children: The Women's Fund

Stephanie Sears said she visited the Kentucky Career Center to find out if there was any way she could support her family and herself. She was doubtful.

Investing at Home: CincyTech

Investing at Home: CincyTech

Mike Collette opened a donor advised fund at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation when he decided that Cincinnati was his home.

Taking Risks: Elementz

Taking Risks: Elementz

Imagine a city where teens from the urban core graduate college and become brand managers, vice presidents of corporations, architects.

Laura Menge Honored With Legacy Award

Laura Menge Honored With Legacy Award

Laura Menge, Giving Strategies Officer for The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, received Legacy’s 2016 Next Generation Leadership Award in the category of Community and Social Services.

Craig Carlson Honored With Emerging Philanthropist Award

Craig Carlson Honored With Emerging Philanthropist Award

Craig Carlson received the 2016 Emerging Philanthropist Award at the LEGACY Next Generation Leader Awards on July 14.

The Women's Fund Awards Grants

The Women's Fund Awards Grants

The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation has announced the recipients of its mini-grants, totaling $21,250.

Cara Jacob Hired for Research Position

Cara Jacob Hired for Research Position

Cara Jacob has been hired as a research coordinator for The Women's Fund and The HealthPath Foundation of Ohio.

Summer becomes more exciting with a $123,000 investment

Summer becomes more exciting with a $123,000 investment

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation recently released 130 grants totaling $123,000 as part of its Summertime Kids Grants program.

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation releases $3.3 million in Community Fund grants

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation releases $3.3 million in Community Fund grants

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Governing Board recently approved $3.3 million in Community Fund grants in its second quarter. A number of Community Fund grants this quarter included requests for help with mental health services with a focus on trauma-informed care

World of Philanthropy & Investing Collide through Impact Investing

World of Philanthropy & Investing Collide through Impact Investing

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation was one of eight organizations examined to get an understanding of how impact donor advised funds, an emerging social finance instrument in the philanthropic sector, work in North America in a joint paper released by Social Venture ConneXion and Tides Canada.

Endow Kentucky Tax Credits Available July 1 (They Will Go Quickly!)

Endow Kentucky Tax Credits Available July 1 (They Will Go Quickly!)

Are you a Kentucky taxpayer? Beginning July 1, the Commonwealth will again offer the Endow Kentucky Tax Credit to individuals and businesses that pay Kentucky taxes. This year, the available tax credits have doubled to $1,000,000.

Robert Killins Jr. honored by United Way

Robert Killins Jr. honored by United Way

Robert Killins, Jr., Program Director Vibrant Places for The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, was honored with a United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s 2015 New Century Award.

Dora Anim honored with C-Suite Award

Dora Anim honored with C-Suite Award

Dora Anim, Chief Operating Officer of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, was honored by Lead Magazine with the C-Suite Award earlier this month.

"So Happy Together" Happy Hour for the Women's Fund

Join us for a happy hour on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, celebrating our newly-minted grant recipients and bringing together friends of The Women's Fund.

In the News: CEO Feature, Endow Kentucky, Introducing the Next Great Philanthropist

In the News: CEO Feature, Endow Kentucky, Introducing the Next Great Philanthropist

Read our latest news stories, including features on CEO/President Ellen Katz, Endow Kentucky, our Family Philanthropy Toolkit and The Women's Fund's Raise the Floor Partnership.

The High Returns of Co-Investment

The High Returns of Co-Investment

Partnering with donors fuels our mission and ability to build a more prosperous and vibrant region where all can thrive. And helping you invest your charitable dollars in the areas about which you care most is the engine of our work.

P&G offering 10-1 match to celebrate 10 billionth liter of clean drinking water from Children's Safe Drinking Water

P&G offering 10-1 match to celebrate 10 billionth liter of clean drinking water from Children's Safe Drinking Water

From May 3 - May 31, 2016, Procter & Gamble is offering a 10-1 donation match to celebrate the 10 billionth liter of clean drinking water through the Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program.

Women's Fund Hosts Sold Out Event With Cokie Roberts

Women's Fund Hosts Sold Out Event With Cokie Roberts

The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and 700 of its closest friends had an incredible night on April 5. Political commentator Cokie Roberts was the speaker at the A Conversation With… event at Xavier University’s Cintas Center.

Incubating Co-ops: Cincinnati is on the leading edge

Incubating Co-ops: Cincinnati is on the leading edge

When workers own their business, productivity jumps. And this is the key Cincinnati Union Cooperative Initiative (CUCI) is banking on as they work to grow cooperatives in our region.

Job Creation supported by GCF's impact investment with CincyTech

Job Creation supported by GCF's impact investment with CincyTech

Impact investments by The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and its donors include CincyTech, which has announced its largest funding to date.

In the News: Women's Fund on WVXU 91.7 FM Cincinnati Edition

The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's Executive Director Meghan Cummings and Board Chair Wijdan Jreisat joined 91.7 WVXU's Cincinnati Edition on March 8 on International Women's Day to talk about the work and mission of The Women’s Fund. Political commentator Cokie Roberts, the featured speaker for next month's A Conversation With series, also joined for part of the broadcast.

Cranley and Worrell Join Women's Fund Leadership Council

Cranley and Worrell Join Women's Fund Leadership Council

The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation welcomes two new members to its leadership council, Dena Cranley and Deren Worrell.

Your 5-Step Toolkit for Family Philanthropy

Your 5-Step Toolkit for Family Philanthropy

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation has developed a family philanthropy toolkit for you and your family to cultivate your own giving legacy.

In the News: New COO, The Women's Fund, The Northern Kentucky Fund, Honor The Passion

See the latest news stories about The Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

Dora Anim named The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s First Chief Operating Officer

Dora Anim named The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s First Chief Operating Officer

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is pleased to welcome its first Chief Operating Officer Dora Anim.

George Vincent joins Governing Board of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

George Vincent joins Governing Board of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is pleased to welcome its new Governing Board member George H. Vincent, Managing Partner & Chairman of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP.

His Chosen Path: Andy Brunsman

His Chosen Path: Andy Brunsman

Andy Brunsman was on the path to medical school. That was until he started working at Our Daily Bread as a service learning project as a Mount Saint Joseph University student.

In the News: The Women's Fund rallies allies to promote economic empowerment for women

The Women's Fund's talks to Soapbox Cincinnati about how gender affects a variety of issues in the community, and that gendered lens often helps reveal solutions to those issues.

Generous and humble; Sansalone a quiet giver

Generous and humble; Sansalone a quiet giver

Keke Sansalone worked with The Greater Cincinnati Foundation to make a gift to a church in Michigan.

Investment Executive Joins GCF's Board

Investment Executive Joins GCF's Board

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is pleased to welcome its new Governing Board member Maribeth Rahe.

Local Generosity Sets New Record: 2015 Record Breaking for The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Local Generosity Sets New Record: 2015 Record Breaking for The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Thanks to the generosity of thousands of individuals, families, and companies, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) had a record-breaking year. The Foundation was entrusted with more than $100 million in gifts in 2015.

Charitable IRA Rollover opportunity now available

On Dec. 18, 2015, federal legislation was passed making the charitable IRA rollover permanent. As a result people aged 70½ and older have a special tax-free opportunity to make a meaningful charitable gift.

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and its Donors Invest $1.9 Million into the Region

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and its Donors Invest $1.9 Million into the Region

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s (GCF) Governing Board recently approved $1.9 million in grants in its fourth quarter. GCF leverages the generosity of donors into solutions to our region’s problems and creates a more prosperous community.

Thank You for Making Our Luncheon a Success

Thank You for Making Our Luncheon a Success

Thank you to all of our donors and friends for making The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s 2015 Annual Luncheon a success.

Jason Franklin to speak on Outrageous Generosity at Annual Luncheon Dec. 7

Jason Franklin to speak on Outrageous Generosity at Annual Luncheon Dec. 7

During this season of giving, we invite donors, advisors, volunteers, partners, and friends, to hear stories of bigger, bolder giving from Dr. Jason Franklin at our Annual Luncheon on Monday, December 7, 2015.

Lauren Jones joins The Women's Fund

Lauren Jones joins The Women's Fund

The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is pleased to welcome its new Development Officer, Lauren Jones.

A Tour of Real Change: Walnut Hills

A Tour of Real Change: Walnut Hills

Walnut Hills is a neighborhood of opportunity and diversity. It’s the crossroads of Cincinnati with a history steeped in music, architecture and politics.

Jan and Wym Portman to be Honored at Annual Luncheon

Jan and Wym Portman to be Honored at Annual Luncheon

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation will present Jan and Wym Portman with the Jacob E. Davis Volunteer Leadership Award at its Dec. 7, 2015, Annual Luncheon.

Cokie Roberts to speak at next Women's Fund's 'A Conversation With' event

Cokie Roberts to speak at next Women's Fund's 'A Conversation With' event

The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is proud to announce the political commentator Cokie Roberts will be the next speaker at the annual "A Conversation With..." event on Tuesday, April 5, 2016.

Patricia D. Laub to receive the 2015 Bridge Builder Award

Patricia D. Laub to receive the 2015 Bridge Builder Award

Patricia D. Laub of Frost Brown Todd LLC will receive the 2015 Bridge Builder Award at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's Annual Luncheon on Monday, December 7, 2015.

Being Generous Together – A New Way to Partner with The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

As a donor to The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, you are the force behind our mission of building a more prosperous and vibrant region for all. Helping you most effectively invest your philanthropic dollars in the areas about which you are most passionate is what drives us.

GCF Awards Grants to Area Schools

GCF Awards Grants to Area Schools

GCF Awards Learning Links Grants

Ellen and George Rieveschl to receive Devou Cup

Ellen and George Rieveschl to receive Devou Cup

The Northern Kentucky Fund of GCF will award the Devou Cup to Ellen Rieveschl and the late Dr. George Rieveschl.

In the News: Meet The New Leader Of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

91.7 WVXU welcomed The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's Ellen Katz as a guest on Cincinnati Edition. Katz recently took over as president and CEO of the Foundation. She was joined by GCF's Shiloh Turner and Beth Benson to discuss the history and work of GCF.

Meghan Cummings promoted  to Executive Director of The Women’s Fund

Meghan Cummings promoted to Executive Director of The Women’s Fund

Meghan Cummings, CFRE, has been promoted to Executive Director of The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

Beth Nowak Receives Emerging Philanthropist Award

Beth Nowak Receives Emerging Philanthropist Award

Beth Nowak receives emerging philanthropist award

GCF and Donors Invest $2 Million In Region

GCF and Donors Invest $2 Million In Region

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's Governing Board recently approved $2 million in grants in its second quarter. Thanks to the Foundation’s generous donors, it is able to support needs identified by the region’s nonprofit sector and support thriving people and vibrant places.

The Women's Fund Announces 2015 Mini-Grants

The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation recently presented its 2015 mini-grants to 12 well-deserving nonprofits.

Ellen Katz Takes Helm As GCF's New Leader

Ellen Katz Takes Helm As GCF's New Leader

Ellen M. Katz began her tenure as the new President/CEO of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation on May 18, 2015.

Thanking Kathy Merchant for Her 18 Years of Service

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation recognized the legacy of our retiring president/CEO, Kathryn Merchant, on May 12, 2015 at Music Hall.

Women's Fund Receives Largest Gift to Date

Women's Fund Receives Largest Gift to Date

The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation received a gift of $100,000 from the Cincinnati Business and Professional Women’s Retirement Living, Inc. Other than grant funding, this is the largest gift the Women’s Fund has received.

GCF and Donors invest $2 million into region

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation announced that its Governing Board signed off on nearly $2 million in grants in its first quarter. Thanks to the Foundation’s generous donors, it is able to support needs identified by the region’s nonprofit sector and support thriving people and vibrant places.

Ellen M. Katz named new GCF President/CEO

Ellen M. Katz named new GCF President/CEO

The Governing Board of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) announced today that it has appointed Ellen M. Katz as its next President/CEO. She will succeed Kathryn E. Merchant, who will retire in May.

GCF welcomes new board members

GCF welcomes new board members

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is pleased to welcome four new Governing Board members.

Thanks for Making our Annual Luncheon a Success

Thanks for Making our Annual Luncheon a Success

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation presented the Jacob E. Davis Volunteer Leadership Award in October to Ed and Carole Rigaud, and the Bridge Builder Award to Foster & Motley, Inc.

Remembering Bill Friedlander

Remembering Bill Friedlander

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation lost a dear friend on September 10, 2014 - William A. Friedlander. We remember Bill's many contributions to the Foundation and our Greater Cincinnati community.

Gibson honored as Emerging Philanthropist

Gibson honored as Emerging Philanthropist

Crystal Gibson was presented with the inaugural Emerging Philanthropist Award, given by The Northern Kentucky Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and presented at LEGACY's recent Next Generation Leader Awards.

GCF Invests $1.7 Million in Local Nonprofits

GCF Invests $1.7 Million in Local Nonprofits

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation recently awarded more than $1.7 million in grants to build a more prosperous Greater Cincinnati region.

Merchant to Retire After 18 Years of Service to Tristate Region

Merchant to Retire After 18 Years of Service to Tristate Region

Kathryn E. Merchant, who has served as President/CEO of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation since 1997, has announced that she will retire in June 2015, after more than 18 years.

The Women's Fund hosts A Conversation with Olympia Snowe

The Women's Fund hosts A Conversation with Olympia Snowe

On Tuesday, March 4, 2014, The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is hosting "A Conversation with Olympia Snowe" at The Carnegie in Covington.

The Northern Kentucky Fund honors Bill and Sue Butler with the Devou Cup

The Northern Kentucky Fund honors Bill and Sue Butler with the Devou Cup

The Northern Kentucky Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation honors Bill and Sue Butler with the Devou Cup at the Northern Kentucky Annual Chamber Dinner in September 2013.

Shannon and Lee Carter to be honored at Annual Luncheon

Shannon and Lee Carter to be honored at Annual Luncheon

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation will present two awards at its Annual Luncheon on Friday, September 20, 2013. The Jacob E. Davis Volunteer Leadership Award will be presented to Shannon and Lee Carter and the Bridge Builder Award will be presented to FTB Financial Services.

Cintrifuse fund of funds grows to $51 million: New investors include The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, among others, is a new investor in the Cintrifuse Early Stage Capital Fund I, LLC, a venture capital fund of funds which has now closed $51 million total.

The Northern Kentucky Fund celebrates 15 years

The Northern Kentucky Fund celebrates 15 years

The Northern Kentucky Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation celebrated its 15th anniversary on March 15, 2013.

McCoy was our first executive director

McCoy was our first executive director

Carolyn Fell McCoy was appointed by GCF's Governing Board to become our first executive director in 1984.

Foundation Announces more than $1.3 Million in Recent Grants

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation announced its most recent grants at a reception on January 15, 2013. The Foundation made 24 grants totaling more than $1.3 million in its seven grantmaking areas. 

The Andrew Jergens Foundation Announces Anniversary Grants

The Andrew Jergens Foundation celebrated its 50th Anniversary by awarding ten $50,000 grants to area nonprofits.

Northern Kentucky Fund Honors Clyde and Mary Middleton

Northern Kentucky Fund Honors Clyde and Mary Middleton

Clyde Middleton and his late wife Mary are being honored for philanthropy in Northern Kentucky.

Foundation Invests $1.8 Million for More Prosperous Region

Foundation Invests $1.8 Million for More Prosperous Region

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s second quarter grants include investments that respond to needs identified by the region’s nonprofit sector, as well as innovative strategies to drive growth and make the most of the Foundation’s assets.

Weathering the Economic Storm: A collaborative response to the economic crisis

Weathering the Economic Storm: A collaborative response to the economic crisis

What began in 2009 as an urgent response to a national economic meltdown grew into a three-year initiative to help the Greater Cincinnati region weather the worst of what was ultimately a cataclysmic economic storm. The Weathering the Economic Storm (WTES) initiative brought together 26 local funders who abandoned their normal application processes and funding procedures in order to quickly identify and provide funding support to a variety of critical community needs.

Lifelong Kentuckian Judy Clabes Receives Devou Cup

Lifelong Kentuckian Judy Clabes Receives Devou Cup

The Northern Kentucky Fund of GCF presented the Devou Cup to Judy Clabes on October 21, 2010. The Cup honors a donor who has made a profound difference in the quality of community life in Northern Kentucky, today and tomorrow.

Foundation to Recognize Outstanding Volunteer Couple

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) will present the 2009 Jacob E. Davis Volunteer Leadership Award to William and Susan Friedlander at its Annual Luncheon on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. Mr. and Mrs. Friedlander are being recognized for their individual and combined contributions to many local institutions.

Community Leadership and Service to be Recognized at Luncheon

Community Leadership and Service to be Recognized at Luncheon

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation will present two awards at its 2011 Annual Luncheon on Wednesday, November 2, 2011.

Funding Partnership Addresses Emergency Needs

The Weathering the Economic Storm (WTES) funding partners recently granted $98,500 to assist nonprofits with unforeseen needs.

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