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A New View: We’re Packing for Our Move

A New View: We’re Packing for Our Move

We are eagerly counting down the days until we move into our new location in the Sawyer Point Building August 1. We also can’t wait for you to see the real-life outcome of the months of the thoughtful and collaborative planning that has gone into its design.
GCF NEXT Fund Cultivates Future Generosity

GCF NEXT Fund Cultivates Future Generosity

Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s NEXT Fund is engaging, empowering and mobilizing future generations of generosity. Young people who are passionate about our community can build a relationship with GCF in fun, informative ways through the NEXT Up signature series of events held throughout the year.
Meet Lori Beiler

Meet Lori Beiler

Lori Beiler, Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Senior Grants Manager, was born in Fort Knox, Kentucky, and raised in Cincinnati. A graduate of McAuley High School and the University of Cincinnati (bachelor’s degree in marketing), she’s lived in various locations on the west and east sides of Cincinnati — most recently in Dent — and just moved downtown. Her daughter and two sons, all Cincinnati natives, are adults and live in Austin, Texas.
CFLeads Cohort Session Sets Stage for Equity Insights

CFLeads Cohort Session Sets Stage for Equity Insights

As we announced previously, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is one of six foundations selected for the CFLeads’ second nationwide Community Foundation Equity Network cohort this year. CFLeads is a community foundation network that helps build strong communities by advancing effective practices, sharing knowledge and galvanizing action on critical issues.
Endow Kentucky: $4.3 Million Designated for Kentucky and Counting

Endow Kentucky: $4.3 Million Designated for Kentucky and Counting

The Commonwealth of Kentucky offers a tax-smart way for Kentucky income taxpayers — both individuals and businesses — to provide sustained support to their favorite Bluegrass-based nonprofit organizations, including schools and religious institutions. The Endow Kentucky Tax Credit enables them to receive a state tax credit of up to 20 percent of a charitable gift to an endowment for any Kentucky nonprofit at a qualified community foundation such as Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF).
BLINK® to Bathe the Roebling Suspension Bridge  in Color, Light & Sound

BLINK® to Bathe the Roebling Suspension Bridge in Color, Light & Sound

Bridge connecting Cincinnati, Ohio & Northern Kentucky will be lit with generous support of Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Racial Equity Matters trainings draw strong response

Racial Equity Matters trainings draw strong response

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is hosting Racial Equity Matters trainings this year as part of its commitment to the pursuit of racial equity in our region. We believe it’s the vital work of our generation to bring our community together for conversations that lay the groundwork for collaboration and move us forward in impactful ways.
Colleen McCarthy Blair

Colleen McCarthy Blair

Colleen McCarthy Blair, Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Director, Donor Services, is a Cincinnati native. A graduate of St. Ursula Academy, the University of Dayton and the University of South Dakota, she lives in Oakley with her husband Mark and their dog Oakley.
GCF Invests More Than $750,000 in Safety Net Grants

GCF Invests More Than $750,000 in Safety Net Grants

Providing a safety net to our region’s most vulnerable residents is key to them being able to bounce back from adversity. Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF), through partnerships with our generous donors, recognizes this to be a foundational element in promoting economic equity in ways that result in positive impacts for all of us.
GCF Foundation Society Celebrates Legacies

GCF Foundation Society Celebrates Legacies

In a world geared to instant gratification, “legacy” may seem like an outmoded word. But to members of the Foundation Society of Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF), it symbolizes a commitment to purposeful impact for our future generations — our common “family.”
$75,000 Grant to 4C Supports Academic Success

$75,000 Grant to 4C Supports Academic Success

Preschool children living in poverty face inherent challenges to achieving academic success, and research shows a strong correlation between kindergarten readiness and attendance at quality child care programs. A recent Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) grant of $75,000 to 4C for Children will help address those challenges.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Invests More Than $750,000 in Safety Net Grants

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has awarded $752,600 in Safety Net grants to 20 nonprofit organizations throughout our tri-state community. These funds will help the region’s most vulnerable residents have better access to food, shelter and behavioral health services. In response to the shift in funding available to the community in this critical sector, grants were increased from $35,000 to $50,000 this year.
Denisha Porter Hired as Director  of All-In Cincinnati Equity Coalition

Denisha Porter Hired as Director of All-In Cincinnati Equity Coalition

All-In Cincinnati is pleased to announce the hiring of Denisha Porter as the first Director of the All-In Cincinnati Equity Coalition. All-In Cincinnati is a community-led racial equity coalition that seeks to co-create and implement an equity action plan to transform our tri-state community, and Porter will be the driving force leading the coalition’s work to shape that vision.
GCF Giving Circles Offer Deeper Funding Connections

GCF Giving Circles Offer Deeper Funding Connections

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) believes that connecting people with purpose changes the lives of everyone involved. Giving circles — creative, interactive means of achieving that impact — bring like-minded people together to pool their resources, explore together how to best support causes they care about and, as a group, decide how to allocate their combined resources. GCF is increasing these hands-on opportunities for our donors with a variety of giving circles this year and will provide a match to each circle.
Taking Pride in Our Colorful Place

Taking Pride in Our Colorful Place

Greater Cincinnati Foundation teamed up with ArtWorks this past week to showcase its vibrant, culturally rich urban Mural Program. The donor event included a bus tour of current mural sites and 2019 project locations. Nearly 100 guests received an insider’s view with the fun and informative tour that celebrated the visual and cultural impact of the creative workforce development and job-training program.
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