OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence offers nonprofits in the region resources to support their missions, making a positive impact on our community as a whole. Listen as Kristyn Hartman from WCPO, Channel 9 interviews CEO Christie Brown about OneSource Center’s offerings including its redistribution warehouse, consulting services and training opportunities. Listen also as Welcome House of Northern Kentucky shares how OneSource Center’s offerings help this organization succeed in helping those in need. Do you know a nonprofit in need of assistance? Contact OneSource Center today. We want to help!
What a year! OneSource Center survived, adjusted and grew in new ways as it responded to pandemic challenges and in how to best serve the nonprofits in our region. Watch highlights including our move from Sharonville to Dalton Avenue, collaboration initiatives, pivoted programming, new offerings and more.
Contact OneSource Center for more information on how we can help nonprofits in our region through our consulting, training or Shoppers Club options. OneSource Center believes strong nonprofits are vital to a thriving community and we are passionate about empowering their success.
UMC Food Ministry, a regional outreach of the United Methodist Church, has been a leader in feeding hungry kids in our region, operating through more than 300 sites in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati and serving over 2.6 million meals in the first nine months of 2020. The organization, a long-time OneSource Center consulting client, credits its strategic planning partnership with OneSource Center in helping it enhance its service model in an economically sustainable way and positioning the organization for long-term growth.
“As UMC Food Ministry grew, it was becoming apparent that we were outgrowing our administrative and support capability, and the organizational structure was not going to serve us well in the long-term,” said Larry Karow, Founder and CEO of UMC Food Ministry. “We partnered with OneSource Center on a very extensive strategic process that also included creating a mission statement and tagline, and then moved to developing an organizational structure that helped position UMC Food Ministry for long-term strategic growth and sustainability.”
The strategic process began pre-COVID, with key leadership never anticipating the kinds of changes it would need to undertake in terms of mission expansion and greatly increased distribution needs. Because of the strategic work done pre-pandemic, the organization was firmly on the right path to pivot, increasing their food outreach in just two years by 63%. (more…)
Lots of smiles were shared as hundreds of nonprofit leaders (and their families) were thanked for front-line service to our region at OneSource Center’s “A Circus with a Purpose” event on Sunday, October 25, 2020. Featured acts included the Cincinnati Circus, the Syrian Shrine Clowns, the “Polished Brass” Quintet, Cincinnati Reds’ Rosie Red, the Cincinnati Fire Museum, and additional circus treats. Goodie bags, popcorn, United Dairy Farmers ice cream and laughter were also shared by all. Join us for a video overview of the event’s highlights.
OneSource Center Community Partner and
Founder’s Award Honoree Presentations
OneSource Center Community Partner and Founder’s Award Winner bio are viewable in the “A Circus with a Purpose” Virtual Event Program.
Special thanks to all our sponsors, donors and volunteers
Special thanks to all our sponsors, donors and volunteers who made the event possible and support our belief that nonprofits are vital to a thriving community! Sponsors to the event included:
Juggling Act Sponsors
BKD CPAs and Advisors
DCA CPAs, LLC
McCloy Family Foundation
North American Properties
Ohio National Financial Services
Peck Hannaford & Briggs