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Sr. Development Officer

The Development Director elevates the efforts of the Women’s Fund team by strategizing and executing a comprehensive development program incorporating a broad range of fundraising strategies including prospect identification, donor cultivation and stewardship, annual fund giving, major gifts, planned giving, corporate and foundation giving. In addition, the Development Director represents the Women’s Fund in the community by responding to requests for presentations to employer resource groups, boards and other cohorts. These presentations serve the purpose of educating the community about our work and building our database of prospective supporters.

Accounting Associate

The Accounting Associate is a full-time non-exempt position that functions as part of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s (GCF) Financial Services and Grant Services Teams. This position provides excellent service to GCF donors, grantees, staff and professional advisors by providing the highest level of timely and accurate financial records, reports and analytics. The Accounting Associate works under the direct leadership of the Controller but also works for the Senior Grants Manager. The Accounting Associate works closely with the Senior Grants Manager and the Staff Accountant, who review much of the work prepared by the Accounting Associate. In addition, the Accounting Associate works collaboratively with GCF staff in other departments to provide support for gifts, grants, and accounts payable.
4 Opportunities for Purposeful Impact in 2019

4 Opportunities for Purposeful Impact in 2019

Looking ahead to 2019? As you make year-end contributions to your donor advised fund, keep in mind the following opportunities for impact that will be available in the first half of 2019 through Greater Cincinnati Foundation .
5 End-of-Year Giving Strategies to Yield Maximum Impact

5 End-of-Year Giving Strategies to Yield Maximum Impact

As the remaining days of 2018 dwindle, our to-do lists seem to grow exponentially with flurries of seasonal tasks and activities. It’s important to make sure that year-end planning doesn’t get lost in the rush, and Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is here to help keep your charitable giving on track.

Cincinnati Chamber Adds Transportation Coalition Leader

Experienced campaign and coalition leader will nurture a broad, diverse coalition to support transportation investments
12/6 Giving Black Research Release Event

12/6 Giving Black Research Release Event

The Giving Black: Cincinnati Project is a study of black philanthropy in our region. Greater Cincinnati Foundation worked with New England Blacks in Philanthropy, along with support from the Kellogg and Ford foundations, to collect data on local black giving. By understanding how African Americans give of their time, talent and treasure, collectively we can work to improve our community for all who call our region home.
Community Organizations Awarded $159,199 for Organizing and Advocacy

Community Organizations Awarded $159,199 for Organizing and Advocacy

GCF recognizes that the strength of our communities lies in harnessing the wisdom within all neighborhoods to drive equitable, sustainable change. This fall we awarded Strengthening Communities Through Organizing and Advocacy grants totaling $159,199 to seven visionary nonprofit organizations. While we did not receive co-investment dollars for these grants, we strongly believe that such work is integral to achieving an equitable future for our region.
Your Generous Year-End Giving: Important Information

Your Generous Year-End Giving: Important Information

As the leaves turn — and nightfall arrives earlier, with a cooler edge — our focus shifts to planning for the upcoming holiday season. While marking your calendar with all the events the season brings, you may also want to consider your strategy for year-end giving opportunities before the festive rush is upon us.
Funding Opportunity: $60,000 Emergency Grant Awarded Bethany House

Funding Opportunity: $60,000 Emergency Grant Awarded Bethany House

Thanks to a $45,000 co-investment by our generous donors, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) recently was able to fund a $60,000 emergency grant to Bethany House Services, Inc. GCF defines a funding emergency as “an immediate need for funding to avoid total stop of services of basic needs to vulnerable people.” The grant will be used to pay rent, utilities and basic expenses for a fifth shelter Bethany House added this summer in response to a dramatic increase in the number of homeless families — specifically, women and children — they are being asked to serve.