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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.
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.

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.
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.
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.
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