June 27, 2024

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Public trust is the currency of the nonprofit sector

from Independent Sector

The public’s belief that nonprofits will “do the right thing” is one of the central reasons the sector exists. Communities have relied upon nonprofits to provide education, culture, life-sustaining services, environmental stewardship, and places of refuge for centuries. In today’s highly polarized environment, understanding and managing trust have never been more important for organizations to own their license to operate, lead, and succeed. Given the outsized importance of trust, it is imperative to assess the status of that trust and how the sector can strengthen its most valuable asset

Independent Sector, in partnership with Edelman Data & Intelligence, is releasing our fifth annual report of research findings that explores the nuances of trust in American nonprofit and philanthropic organizations. Building on Independent Sector’s four decades of bringing together the charitable community for the common good and Edelman DXI’s experience studying trust in both the global and U.S. context, we set out to conduct mixed methods research including a national survey of 3,000 American adults and qualitative discussion boards of 72 American adults. The research assesses the general population’s trust in the sector (philanthropy and nonprofits) and uncovers the factors that drive trust in the sector. ..Read more and download report here...


Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio (PBPO) is pleased to share that Ellen Graham has joined its team as Program Assistant.

Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky/CHNK Behavioral Health CEO Rick Wurth has been named to Leadership Kentucky’s 2024 class. 


The Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News is accepting 2024 Sponsorships. Learn more here and contact us to schedule a discovery call.

Easterseals Redwood is grateful for the continued partnership of AT&T, who awarded a generous $30,000 grant to bridge the digital divide with veterans and people with disabilities. Funding will create a computer lab at the brand-new Military & Veteran Center.

Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI) is grateful to American Council of the Blind of Ohio, Greater Cincinnati Chapter for a $1000 grant to purchase equipment and provide instruction for a member of ACBOGC.

The Harriet Beecher Stowe House is pleased to announce that they have received a $12,057 grant from the Cincinnati Town and Country Garden Club for enhancements to their landscaping. The Stowe House volunteers and staff wish to thank the Club members for their friendship and support. 

The Victorian at Riverside is proud to announce it received a grant from the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels (HOKC) for $7,200 to install leaf guards on the home's roof gutters. 

Valley Interfaith Community Resource Center would like to thank EFSP Phase 41 for their $12,500 grant for food resources. The GE Employees Community Fund for their $5,000 grant and Starbucks Foundation for their $1,000 gift. We also thank Prasco Laboratories for their continued support by providing meals to those we serve. 

Action Ministries Food Pantry is honored and grateful to the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels for their recent grant of $7,500 to purchase food for the weekly food packs sent home to about 250 children in the Kenton County School District each weekend during the school year. $7,500 will pay for food for about 1,875 bags.

Santa Maria Community Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that it received a $30,000 grant from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation for its Promoting Our Preschoolers (POP) program. POP aims to address academic inequity in kindergarteners within the Price Hill community by tackling the disparities in education access faced by individuals of color and those from low socioeconomic backgrounds.

On June 24, 2024, Impact 100 announced the seven nonprofits selected to be the 2024 Impact 100 Grant Finalists at its Meet the Finalist event. The finalists are: The Bridge Adaptive Sports and Recreation, Cornerstone Renter Equity, CityLink Center, Last Mile Food Rescue, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Ohio Justice & Policy Center, and UpSpring. 

DoitforJack and the Jack Quehl Foundation are pleased to announce they received over $60,000 during Fentanyl Awareness Days in Loveland. We are truly grateful for the support of the Loveland community to help raise awareness of the dangers of fentanyl.


GiveCamp is a weekend-long event (October 11-13) where software developers, designers, database administrators, project managers and creative professionals donate their time to create software and web-based applications for non-profit organizations. The first step is to apply here

The Women's Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2024-25 grant cycle. For this cycle, grant funds will be designated to support organizational transformation to benefit gender and racial equity within the greater Cincinnati region, and within the organizations that work on key issue areas in the economic mobility and self-sufficiency spaces. Interested nonprofits can learn more, download the RFP guidelines, and apply through their website.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has many ways of investing in the community, some of these ways are proactive, while some are responsive. Request for Proposals (RFP) are now being accepted in support of organizations that drive the inclusion and accessibility of people living with physical and developmental disabilities. We invite your organization to partner with us to drive equitable change in our community by applying today. 


Crossroads Church is hosting a 2-day conference at our Mason campus to develop, inspire, and resource non-profit leaders and staff, August 20 and 21, 8:00am to 5:00pm each day. Find more information and registration here.

Put your tray tables up and take off to the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce's (NKY Chamber) upcoming Eggs 'N Issues: What's Next for CVG—Insights from CEO Candace McGraw, Tuesday, July 16, 2024, 7:30am to 9:00am at Receptions Banquet and Conference Center – South. McGraw will address her remaining time as CEO at CVG International Airport and reflect on her career and what lies ahead for the airport.

Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News is partnering with the Kenton County Public Library to offer a great opportunity for you to connect with potential applicants and recruit new employees. Secure your recruitment table at no cost. All nonprofit sectors are welcome. Register here today!



There are many ways that you can volunteer with St. Vincent de Paul. Whether you would like to serve once, coordinate a group project or get involved on a regular basis, we are grateful for your time and talents. Find information about all of our volunteer opportunities here



3 laws of shutting up every leader needs to stay out of trouble What forces, real or imaginary, compel us to say something—anything—to avoid dead air? The opportunities to fumble are endless.

How philanthropy can make sure data is used to help not harm Data on communities grantees serve should be accurate, accessible, and used for their benefit.

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Executive Director, Churches Active in Northside (Posted 6/13/2024) Learn more...

Director of Development, Mount Notre Dame (Posted 6/13/2024) Learn more...

Director, Su Casa Hispanic Center (Posted 6/6/2024) Learn more...

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