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Meet Rickell

Meet Rickell

Rickell Howard Smith, JD, a Cincinnati native and graduate of Walnut Hills High School, lives in Roselawn with her husband, 15-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration/international business from Howard University and her law degree from Temple University.
2020 Grantmaking Lifts Up Diverse Community Needs

2020 Grantmaking Lifts Up Diverse Community Needs

In 2017, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) adopted a new grantmaking schedule that aligns with our strategic We Rise Together focus on racial and gender equity. Our Request for Proposal (RFP) process targets diverse community needs on a quarterly basis throughout each year. We look forward to connecting donors with the purpose that drives their passions while supporting Greater Cincinnati nonprofit organizations that are moving the needle forward, creating a more vibrant community for all of us.
Optimize Donations with Noncash Assets

Optimize Donations with Noncash Assets

Thoughts of year-end tax planning are a seasonal tradition as pervasive as the leaves turning color. As you consider your charitable priorities, your accountant may have already discussed the advantages of making a charitable gift of publicly-traded stock that has appreciated in value over time. For business owners, shareholders of privately held companies and real estate owners it is equally important to keep in mind that your noncash assets — such as real estate and privately held/closely held business interests— can be optimal donation candidates for savings taxes on capital gains.
Project LIFT a Potent Blend of Public, Private Funds

Project LIFT a Potent Blend of Public, Private Funds

Ms. Johnson (her name has been changed to protect her privacy) and her two children live in Woodlawn. She’s employed full-time as a laboratory technician at a local hospital, has received several salary increases since earning her phlebotomy certificate and mentors new staff members.

Bridge Forward: A Celebration of Connections

Thank you to everyone who joined us for an amazing evening celebrating our new home. More than 600 guests energized our new space with their passions and visions for our community on September 26, 2019.
Leadership Cincinnati Class of 43 Call to Action – The Time is Now

Leadership Cincinnati Class of 43 Call to Action – The Time is Now

Class of 43 – Welcome to the club. You have arrived! It’s a privilege to be here but comes with the responsibility to be an agent in strengthening our region. And… our greatest potential may not be where you think.
Your New Online Giving Connection

Your New Online Giving Connection

Coming Soon: Your New Donor Portal and Online Giving Connection
Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s 2019 Animal Welfare Giving Circle Awards $92,500 in Grants

Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s 2019 Animal Welfare Giving Circle Awards $92,500 in Grants

Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s (GCF) 2019 Animal Welfare Giving Circle has awarded a total of $92,500 in grants to nine nonprofit organizations with initiatives and projects that protect, respect and nurture the well-being of pets, neglected animals and the entire animal kingdom.
Join us at the Men of Honor celebration on Nov. 16

Join us at the Men of Honor celebration on Nov. 16

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is proud to honor David Singleton at this year’s Men of Honor. This event salutes African American men who provide unique opportunities for the community and celebrates the accomplishments of extraordinary African American men who have succeeded against all odds and achieved special greatness. Don’t miss your chance to join us on Saturday, Nov. 16, and reserve your ticket today.
Black Philanthropy Month Spotlights Black Generosity

Black Philanthropy Month Spotlights Black Generosity

Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s (GCF) Giving Black: Cincinnati report, released last December, documented in detail the history and legacy of black generosity in our region. The philanthropic spirit of black communities has always been a significant force, long before it was recognized as such.
Organizing, Advocacy Advance Regional Equity

Organizing, Advocacy Advance Regional Equity

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) knows that bringing more voices of residents to local planning tables increases the strength of each of our neighborhoods. Because community organizing is a crucial component of achieving inclusive, equitable growth in our region, GCF and its donors are vitalizing that approach through our Strengthening Communities Through Organizing and Advocacy grants to be awarded in September.
Meet Michael

Meet Michael

Michael A. Coffey, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) Program Officer and Forest Park native, lives in Mount Lookout with his wife, LaToya, and their 8-year-old daughter and 9-year-old son. Through the Queen City Foundation and A Better Chance, he gained acceptance into the Cate School in Santa Barbara, California and received his B.A. degree in economics and political science from the University of Pennsylvania.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation Awards Nearly $445,000 in  Supporting Educational Success Grants to 19 Regional Nonprofits

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Awards Nearly $445,000 in Supporting Educational Success Grants to 19 Regional Nonprofits

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has awarded nearly $445,000 in Supporting Educational Success grants to 19 nonprofit organizations within its eight-county region.
Nearly 40 Donors, Partners Joined Us for Housing Tour

Nearly 40 Donors, Partners Joined Us for Housing Tour

Nearly 40 GCF donors and community partners joined us for a recent walking tour through Over-the-Rhine devoted to showcasing affordable housing strategies in action. The tour was conducted by Over-the-Rhine Community Housing (OTRCH), which has been driving empowerment for OTR residents through affordable housing for four decades, in part through support by Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) grants. In 2018, OTRCH provided affordable housing for 850 residents — 36 percent of which are children — in more than 410 OTR apartments.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation Earns Certification as a  Leader in Gender and Race Equity

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Earns Certification as a Leader in Gender and Race Equity

As companies across the U.S. – including right here in Cincinnati – continue to grapple with providing a workplace culture that guarantees an equal playing field for all employees, regardless of race or gender, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has proven that it can be done.
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