The Association of Fundraising Professionals launched a campaign to address issues of gender inequity in the fundraising profession and charitable sector. The two-year Women’s Impact Initiative will assess, address and highlight the challenges that women in the fundraising profession face, with the goal of creating resources that help overcome gender inequity.
More than 200 volunteers will take to the phones for the largest single day of fundraising during the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s annual campaign.
This month, 30 nonprofits will have the opportunity to win $10,000 through Brackets for Good Cincinnati, a fundraising tournament that inspires community members to learn about and rally behind charitable nonprofits.
The Barn, also known as the Woman’s Art Cultural Center, will wrap up work on the loft of the former Resthaven Barn in Mariemont, thanks to a $78,500 gift from the Louis and Louise Nippert Charitable Foundation.
Episcopal Retirement Services and Parish Health Ministry will bring Dr. Gary Chapman, author of “The 5 Love Languages,” to the annual Refresh Your Soul conference.
New Life Furniture Bank will partner with Everything But The House for an online auction, with proceeds helping the furniture bank provide gently-used furniture to those overcoming homelessness, domestic abuse, extreme poverty, or other devastating circumstances.
The Farmer Family Foundation made a $10 million gift to support research and care through the Cincinnati Cancer Center, a collaboration of the University of Cincinnati, UC Health and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. With a focus on faculty recruitment and research, the gift will advance the center’s effort to achieve the National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center designation.