Ioanna Paraskevopoulos, who created a new nonprofit four years ago to help local residents navigate government processes and systems, is stepping down as its executive director.
Sean Parker named new leader at entrepreneur support group
Main Street Ventures, an entrepreneur support organization providing equity-free funding to startups across the Tri-State, named Sean Parker its new executive director.
Ohio United Ways seek state funding
United Way of Greater Cincinnati has joined a coalition of Ohio United Way leaders to meet with lawmakers and advocate for $2 million in annual state funding to support Ohio’s 14 regional 211 help centers.
Nonprofit awards $365K to startups
Main Street Ventures, a local nonprofit that provides equity-free funding to entrepreneurs and startups in eight counties within the Tri-State region, has awarded $365,838 in grant funding to nineteen local entrepreneurs during its first quarter grant cycle.
Clovernook raises $113K
Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired said it raised $113,000 at the inaugural weekend event, Vision Over Sight.
Gilman passes baton to Beets, Pfeifer
One of the region’s most prolific nonprofit executive search firms has a new CEO.
Nonprofits honor AmeriCorps members
Santa Maria Community Services joins many other nonprofit organizations across Greater Cincinnati in recognizing during AmeriCorps Week March 12-18 the commitment of individuals who have chosen to serve their country through the AmeriCorps program.
Groups launch Latina heart campaign
Lead by the Women’s Heart Center at The Christ Hospital Health Network, several Greater Cincinnati health groups have joined together to launch a Latina heart health awareness campaign.
Mostly Black-led organizations get $610K for capacity building
Greater Cincinnati Foundation, in partnership with the city of Cincinnati, bi3 and Interact for Health, awarded $610,000 to 31 nonprofits — 71% of them Black-led.
Leadership catalyst program expands
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is bringing a training program to the south side of the region aimed at getting more women appointed and elected to office.