OneSource Center News

EEOC Required Posting

The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has released the new “Know Your Rights” poster which replaces the previous “EEO is the Law” poster. While employers are required to post the notice describing federal employment discrimination laws, you do not need to order expensive posters!  Just  download the “Know Your Rights” notice here and post it in your office.

Building A Vibrant Coordinated Care Network in Ohio

Now more than ever, people are turning to their communities in times of need. When a person needs support, they may not go to a hospital. Instead, the first line of care often lies within their schools, churches, libraries, and community groups. In Ohio, Unite Us is helping organizations streamline the process of sending and receiving referrals so they can deliver more holistic, whole person care to individuals in their community, and track the impact of their work.

Unite Ohio is a coordinated care network of health and social service providers. Partners in the network are connected through Unite Us‘ shared technology platform, which enables them to securely send and receive electronic referrals and improve health across communities. Joining the network is at no cost for community-based organizations. The network launched in 2020 in Northeast Ohio, expanded to Central Ohio in February 2022, and is now also active in Columbus, Cincinnati, and Dayton. The network includes MetroHealth, Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, and Clinisync as critical partners. As of October 2022, over 422 programs are available to support those in need.

This vibrant, growing network is a centralized place to connect care in our communities. Unite Us is currently expanding across the entire state and they invite all local providers and community-based organizations to join. The Unite Us team is available to provide technology, training, and ongoing support. Nonprofits can set up 1:1 time here with a local community engagement manager or learn more at

OneSource Center Thanks You for Your Support in Cincinnati Gives Competition

The  2022 Cincinnati Gives challenge kicks off today at 5PM and OneSource Center is in the running for some great prize money with your consideration!  The Cincinnati Gives Challenge is  a friendly fundraising competition where local charities compete to raise the most money with the top teams winning cash prizes from Cincinnati Magazine. (Cincinnati Magazine is offering up $22,000 in grand prizes and $14,500 in bonus prizes!)   The 2022 Cincinnati Gives Challenge runs from November 28 at 5 p.m. ET through December 8 at 5 p.m. ET.

OneSource Center is asking for your support!  Remember when you support OneSource Center, you support the Greater Cincinnati nonprofit community as a whole!  

Visit the OneSource Center Cincinnati Gives site at: 

Bethany House Services: Grateful for OneSource Center Furniture Options

When Bethany House Services needed furniture for its new centralized facility, it knew where to turn!  OneSource Center’s Furniture Bank was proud to work with the organization so it can utilize the furniture pictured here for good use.  The organization, a local nonprofit empowering homeless and at-risk families with solutions to achieve housing stability and long-term self-sufficiency, recently consolidated its services under one roof at 4769 Reading Road.  Is your facility in need of supplemental office furniture or a total revamp?  Visit OneSource Center today at 936 Dalton Avenue, Cincinnati, just off the River Road exit!

OneSource Center Highlight: Consultants in the Community

Consultants are an integral part of what we do here at OneSource Center. By sharing their expertise, they contribute greatly to the success of nonprofits in this community. This summer, Judy Mitchell of OneSource Center joined members of the Ski For Light (SFL)Executive Committee here in Cincinnati for some in-person meetings, team-building, and a leadership coaching session. With Judy’s varied skills including project management, strategic development and implementation, budget development and oversight, she was able to offer valuable information to the SFL team. Judy asked pinpointed, pertinent questions and really got the team thinking about the role they play at Ski for Light and the organization’s future.

“Judy really did her homework, coming in with a deep understanding of what we do here at Ski for Light, why we do it, and how each of us might be approaching our volunteer roles differently, in ways that sometimes lead to misunderstandings, missed opportunities, and even mistrust. She challenged us to try on some new ways of thinking about all that, and in particular, she encouraged us “doers” (and some of us do a lot here) to imagine ourselves more as teachers. How can we activate our own experience and knowledge in collaboration with others, in support of their learning and growth as leaders, instead of just owning all that work ourselves? said Julie Coppens, SFL President

This is just one example of the excellent work our OneSource Center consultants do, when helping businesses in our community. Our team of consultants range in expertise and have ample knowledge to help nonprofits succeed. To learn more about our consultants and how we can help, visit the OneSource Center website.