Magnified Giving empowered more than 4,900 students in Greater Cincinnati and Cleveland to award $194,265 to nonprofits during the 2021-22 school year.
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Magnified Giving founder named Jefferson Award winner
Roger Grein, who spent much of his life and his fortune nourishing a spirit of giving in generations of students, received the 2022 Greater Cincinnati Jefferson Award for outstanding community service.
Magnified Giving expanding hands-on philanthropy education for this school year
Increasing its total beyond last year’s 92 programs, 109 are already on board to bring hands-on philanthropy education to students in their classrooms, clubs, and programming, and there’s reportedly still room for more. The organization offers the opportunity for teachers and facilitators to bring a “meaningful and memorable philanthropy and grant-making experience” to students at their schools.
Peterloon Foundation to highlight local nonprofits through charity dinner series
The Peterloon Foundation has announced a series of dinners to benefit partner charities. These dinners, called Knife Fork Spoon, will be ticketed events open to the public that promise “an evening of deliciousness and fun.”
Students grant $1K each to chosen nonprofits through Magnified Giving program
As the school year winds down, students working with Magnified Giving are ready to reward their chosen local nonprofit with a $1,000 grant.
Names in the News: Aug. 26, 2020
An occasional digest of who’s making moves or waves in Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit community…
Announcing National Philanthropy Day honorees for 2020
Each year, the local chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals honors individuals and organizations for their contributions to the well being of the Greater Cincinnati region through philanthropy and volunteerism.
Names in the News … 7/15/2020
A periodic report on honors and appointments across the Tri-State…
Kelly Collison: Teaching kids to think bigger than their own little worlds
Profile in Volunteering: In arts education, the common belief is that you have to start children young. If you wait until high school or college to expose them to things like theater and classical music, it’s probably too late. Their tastes have largely been shaped. It’s the same thing with philanthropy …
Magnified Giving marks 10 years promoting youth philanthropy
For the past decade, the nonprofit has partnered with high schools and middle schools by giving groups of students $1,000 and inviting them to invest this money in the local nonprofit community.