During Women’s History Month, consider checking out Women of Cincy a nonprofit media organization dedicated to creating more connected, empathetic, inclusive communities by centering the diverse voices that make up the fabric of our city. The organization works toward a more welcoming and inclusive community and shedding light on the important work being done by women in our area. “We are creators, storytellers, and community activators. We are people of all identities who believe that when we uplift women, we uplift everyone. We are founded on respect, diversity, and purposeful disruption. We put empathy to work.”
Month: March 2023
The Franciscan Sisters of the Poor have excess building space available on their St. Clare Campus at 60 Compton Road in Cincinnati. Space will be made available to interested and selected nonprofit organizations at rates significantly below market. For additional information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or at (513)761-9040, ext. 110.
It takes a village! And that’s especially true in the nonprofit sector. Hear from leaders of some of the most effective nonprofits in our region on their success strategies, the importance of collaborating and networking to enhance your value proposition, expanding your capacity, and how to better serve your clients.
This is the first of four quarterly roundtable discussions to help your organization grow and thrive as you interface with others who, like you, lead our region’s nonprofits.
This session will give you the opportunity to:
Ask some of the tough questions of nonprofit experts who’ve been there.
Meet others like yourself and determine if there are ways you might work together to benefit each of your nonprofits.
A continental breakfast will be served while you listen and engage with these expert panelists.
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 29 from 10 AM to 12 PM (NOON)
Location: Greater Cincinnati Foundation Offices, 720 E Pete Rose Way Ste 120, in the Mashburn River Room
Emcee: Rob Reifsnyder, retired CEO of United Way
Debbye Allsop, retired Executive Director of Families Forward
Jim Mason, retired President & CEO of Beech Acres Parenting Center
Bob Mecum, retired Executive Director of Lighthouse Youth Services, Inc.
Linda Neenan, retired Executive Director of iSPACE
(Emcee and panelists listed from left to right Rob, Debbye, Jim, Bob and Linda.)
Attendance is limited; please RSVP ASAP to secure your spot. Register NOW at: tinyurl.com/3w4thxza