The Ballet is Ready to Dance

Cincinnati Ballet’s Move to a New $30M Center Will Be Transformational  Cincinnati Business Courier By Tom Demeropolis  – Senior Staff Reporter Original article Driving into downtown Cincinnati, it’s easy to
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Here’s why one Columbus college decided to open a food bank for low-income students

A food bank set up to tackle food insecurity issues.

“This is an important collaboration of two of our clients – Columbus State Community College and the Mid-Ohio Food Bank – that demonstrates the power of a collective vision to
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Show, Don’t Tell: How and Why to Use Stories in Fundraising

Fundraising stories represented by children at COSI.

A children’s museum can tell a donor that it educates 10,000 students each year—that 50% of its visiting schools come from low-income districts, that 1,200 youth participate in the “Girls
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Why I Serve – Drew McCartt

Drew McCartt

For over three decades, Drew McCartt has given his time and talent to work on behalf of nonprofit organizations, both as a development professional and a dedicated leadership volunteer. Prior
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Funding our Public Spaces

Funding Public Spaces

The importance of public spaces—urban parks, multi-use green spaces, conservatories—has never been greater. Green spaces offer critical solutions to 21st-century challenges; they improve mental and physical health, enhance our air and water, attract residents and businesses, benefit local economies through increased tourism and spending, and build community as spaces of diversity and inclusion. True to their nature as “public goods,” these places benefit all.

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