Resources for Nonprofits
Greater Cincinnati Foundation is always looking to learn and grow, and we know our community nonprofits are too.
The resources listed below are in no way complete or exhaustive. Rather, we seek to share some of the resources we are aware of, whether in our community or beyond, that are available to strengthen our community as we seek to build a more vibrant and equitable region together. Have a resource that has been particularly helpful to you in this work? We’d love to hear about it. Share it with us at email@example.com.
Senior Director, Community Investments
- Greater Cincinnati Foundation has partnered with local organizations and our Grantmaking Affiliates to conduct research that is aligned with our Community Leadership focus areas. To review these reports, please visit our Community Leadership page.
- Design Impact’s Pathways to the Future report
- National Urban League's State of Black America
- Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio: The State of Black Cincinnati 2015: Two Cities
Building a Racial Equity Approach
- Design Impact's Metathemes: Designing for Equitable Social Change
- Equity in the Center's Awake to Woke to Work
- Racial Equity Matters
- Race Forward
- The Annie E. Casey Foundation's Race Matters: Organizational Self Assessment
- YWCA of Greater Cincinnati's Toward Equity: Moving Beyond Diversity and Inclusion
Capacity Building Resources
- Cincinnati Cares
- Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library's Grant Resource Center
- Cincinnati ToolBank
- Design Impact
- Grants Plus
- Leadership Council For Nonprofits
- National Council of Nonprofits
- OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence
- Pro Bono Partnership
Please note: These organizations are not endorsed by GCF and are only a list of organizations working in this space.
Resources for Grantees
Once your organization has been granted by Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF), we ask that you publicize your grant through the media, your website and social media, and printed materials. Often, the media is more interested in hearing directly from a nonprofit organization and the people it benefits. Below are our guidelines for acknowledging GCF in your publications.