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Women of the Year Luncheon 50th Anniversary Luncheon

Women of the Year Luncheon 50th Anniversary Luncheon

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available for the 2018 Women of the Year 50th Anniversary celebration on Friday, October 26, 2018. This special and well-earned recognition for exceptional women has been a tradition 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 Support

Giving Alert: Hurricane Florence Support

Giving Alert: Hurricane Florence Support
Greater Cincinnati Foundation Invests $125,000 in Workforce Development in Northern Kentucky

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Invests $125,000 in Workforce Development in Northern Kentucky

The Northern Kentucky Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation is celebrating its 20th anniversary with Impact Grants totaling $125,000 for workforce development efforts in Northern Kentucky. “These Impact Grants reflect our continued commitment to invest significantly in Northern Kentucky,” said Ellen M. Katz, President & CEO of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF). “These grants, which represent a key targeted investment, align with GCF’s grantmaking strategy. By concentrating our investments in supporting Economic Mobility and Housing Stability across our region, GCF is deeply committed to ensuring that everyone in our community can thrive. Workforce development is an integral part of that mission.”
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.
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.
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.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Cincinnati Enquirer Announce 2018 Women of the Year

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Cincinnati Enquirer Announce 2018 Women of the Year

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.
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