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January 5, 2023

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The GC Nonprofit News team is excited to continue to bring nonprofit news and job openings to our readers in 2023.

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2023 Nonprofit Trends You Need to Know
Trends come and go. But staying on top of new trends will give your organization opportunities to grow. So, we dug into all aspects of the nonprofit sector. This article will provide insights into everything from tech to team building. Some of these 2023 nonprofit trends may not be a surprise to you. But others may make you reconsider your plan for the upcoming year.

Read on to learn more about what to expect in the upcoming year.

Taking Advantage of LinkedIn
The first 2023 nonprofit trend to watch is LinkedIn. LinkedIn will become the social platform for nonprofits and nonprofit pros to utilize. LinkedIn presents a unique opportunity to shed light on your nonprofit’s mission and build your professional network.

The platform has roughly 300 million active users each month. But here’s the kicker – only 1% of those users are posting. Only 3 million users share content weekly on LinkedIn. If you build up your profile and highlight your nonprofit in your posts, there are good chances it will be seen and shared. You won’t compete with as many user posts. Your content may reach the audiences you want. Aren’t you sure where to start? No worries – the Nonprofit Hub team talked to LinkedIn marketing pro Anthony Jones and discussed ways you can utilize the platform.

The rise of “donate now, pay later” fundraising platforms.
So what is a “donate now, pay later” fundraising platform? It’s just as simple as it sounds. Donors can donate and pay for their gift over time or later, while the nonprofit receives it upfront.

BGenerous gives “donors the convenience of paying over time, but nonprofits get the money upfront, making the donor process much less stressful on everybody.”

Givezy is also a similar platform. They “allow donors to split their payments over time so they can make a more significant gift today” and other flexible options.

Companies like BGenerous and Givezy are innovating how donors can give to nonprofits. Consider utilizing their software to change up your fundraising plan in 2023.

The importance of internal team building and professional development
It’s no secret that there’s a shortage in the workforce. Nonprofits see a revolving door of employees coming and going. More and more organizations feel the repercussions of short staff. Nonprofits should look forward to finding ways to retain their staff. There will be an increased focus on internal team building and how to keep employees over a longer term.

Nonprofits will also be more likely to invest in their long-term employees or those who wish to grow with their mission. Providing professional development for staff members will showcase the organization’s investment in their team. When the professional grows, the nonprofit can grow. Consider signing your team up for nonprofit conferences, courses, or other continuing education.

Continuing with a flexible work environment 
One trend we’re sure to see keep up in the flexible work environment established in response to the pandemic. Nonprofits organizations will continue to see remote job opportunities. In addition, some organizations are implementing 4-day workweeks in the summertime. It’s easy to get burnt out in the nonprofit sector, and having a flexible schedule and work environment can help address that issue.

Working smarter, not more complicated, by implementing technology
At Nonprofit Hub, we use technology to create automations, schedule content, and track engagement. Tech is our best friend. Technology can be your best friend, too. With a small staff and turnover, implementing tech to work for you is essential to saving time and money. In 2023, more organizations will turn to tech to help with the workload. With fundraising platforms that can help identify donor trends and CRMs to schedule and plan your subsequent campaigns, nonprofits will increase their focus on trying out new technologies. Looking for trusted tech businesses to partner with? Check out our Good Referral resource directory!

Increased focus on donor retention
Another 2023 nonprofit trend to consider is the focus on donor retention. We will see a more disciplined approach to donor retention in difficult economic times. Finding and developing relationships with new donors takes time and effort. With a murky outlook for the upcoming economy, nonprofits must create a strategic approach to donor retention and hold onto their established donors. Nonprofits will focus more on planning, tracking,, and implementing campaigns to ensure successful rates. Remember to create a baseline by utilizing the donor retention calculator.

The 2023 nonprofit trend to diversify revenue
We work for nonprofits. We’re not economists. We’re not sure what the 2023 economy will hold. However, the economic predictions for 2023 look gloomy. This is why nonprofits need to diversify their revenue streams. Nonprofit organizations can no longer rely upon one funding source. The donors you counted on may provide a smaller gift than you always received. The federal grants you applied for might not go through. The event you host may have fewer attendees.

Organizations should not put all their eggs in one basket. Think of multiple ways to keep your nonprofit in the financial green. Get creative and begin to diversify your revenue this new year.

SMS communication 
Did you get my text? You probably did. Text messages have an average open rate of 98%. That’s huge compared to the average email open rate, which is about 21%. More nonprofits will implement SMS communication in their fundraising efforts. Organizations can use SMS to create fundraising campaigns. But it also creates an opportunity for general communication with their audience, volunteer, and donors. You can send a quick “thank you” text to the volunteers at your event. Or, send out pictures to the donor list. The options are endless for this 2023 nonprofit trend.
People on the Move
Last Mile Food Rescue welcomes new board member, Jennifer Moore, Corporate Affairs Manager, Kroger. 
Crayons to Computers is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Q. Dozier to its Board of Trustees. Mr. Dozier is a director at Johnson & Johnson MedTech.
Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Greater Cincinnati would like to welcome Sarah Law as Tenant Advocate.
Special Announcements
The Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News is accepting 2023 Sponsorships. Learn more here and contact us to schedule a discovery call.

The Victorian at Riverside, a residence for the elderly located in Covington KY, is grateful to receive a grant of $25,000 from the John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust to support Meals for Elderly People Living with Dementia.

Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky/CHNK Behavioral Health has recently received a generous gift of two new Mercedes-Benz Metris vans courtesy of Bob and Carol Griffin and in part by Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell (MBFM). The vans will be used by CHNK staff to transport residential clients regularly for medical appointments, recreational activities, and school transportation.

Leadership Council for Nonprofits, host of the Securing the Future conference, is accepting nominations for its 4th annual Nonprofit Leadership Legacy Awards, to be presented at the conference on 3/1/23. Nominations may be submitted for: Visionary Board Leader Award, “VUCA” (Vision, Understanding, Clarity, & Agility) Leader Award, or Inclusive Culture Award. Deadline to submit nominations is Jan. 27, 2023. Full criteria and nomination form available here.

Nonprofit Funding and Resource Opportunities
Take Advantage Of $156,000 In Free Digital Advertising, The Google + Microsoft Ad Grants For Nonprofits, February 1, 2023, 1:00pm – 2:00pm. Join this webinar with Emily Fisher, Google Ad Grants Area of Practice Manager and Regan Dishon, Director of Revenue at Community Boost as they de-mystify the grant opportunities and dive into the practical ways you can leverage this to drive more traffic (+ supporters) to your website. Find details and registration here

Ingage Partners and its nonprofit partner, Pay It Forward Cincinnati, are excited to announce that the 2023 Social Impact Fund is now accepting applications! The 2023 Social Impact Fund is awarding a $30,000 grant and 100 pro bono hours from Ingage Partners. This opportunity is open to local 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations that are implementing solutions to address the root causes of some of our region's greatest challenges in one these focus areas: children's health & wellness and financial security. Apply by January 18, 2023 for consideration.

Greater Cincinnati Foundation announces a new partnership with the City of Cincinnati to strengthen the capacity of small, community-based organizations to drive equitable change in our community. GCF has established Boots on the Ground Fund to provide capacity-building grants, up to $25,000, that will allow nonprofits to build and grow their organizational effectiveness. With the support of the City of Cincinnati, GCF plans to distribute approximately $400,000 through this fund in its first year. Learn more here.

Aviatra Accelerators, a non-profit accelerator devoted to empowering women-owned startups and small businesses, has opened applications for its next Launch® program, a 10-week, 30-hour program designed specifically for newer, revenue-positive businesses – those in business for between 1 and 3 years who are seeking to take their business to the next level. At the end of the 10-week program, female entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to compete for funding in Aviatra's Flight-Night pitch competition, a combination in-person and virtual event. Find more information about Launch® here or apply at: Aviatra Launch Application.

Community Engagement Collective has launched the first Black Indigenous and People of Color Mental and Behavioral Health Provider Directory. The free directory is sponsored by Interact for Health. Click here to learn more about the directory and to download.  

Professional Development
How to Unlock Recurring Grants Through Your Volunteer Program with Geng Wang, January 26, 2023, 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET. Join Instrumentl for a comprehensive webinar to learn everything you need to know about volunteer matching grants and how to secure them for your nonprofit. Find more information and registration here.

How to Fix Your Productivity to Amp Up Your Results with Chad Barger, February 12, 2023, 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET. Join master trainer, Chad Barger, for a fast-paced session filled with tips for busy professionals to get more done, by working smarter, not harder. Tips are provided to help professionals better manage email, meetings, their energy level, distractions, self-care, to do lists and work life balance. Register for this free training and find more information here.

The Future of Reading with Dr. Tim Odegard, February 17, 2023, 8:30am – 3:00pm. Springer School is proud to bring dyslexia expert Dr. Tim Odegard to Springer to empower parents and caregivers to support reading development in their children. He will discuss topics that range from gaining a deeper knowledge of dyslexia to understanding and using student data obtained through selected screeners. Find details and registration here.

Leadership Council for Nonprofits is seeking breakout session presenters for its Securing the Future conference, 3/1/23. The 2023 conference theme is: Power, People, and Perspective: Provocative Conversations for Nonprofit Leaders. Up to four breakout sessions will be selected to complement keynote speaker Vu Le, nonprofit speaker and thought leader, author of the blog Nonprofit AF. Guidelines and nomination form available here.

Make a Difference
Pause for Parents, Play for Kids, Inc. provides rest, support, connection and fun to families with differing needs to build resilience and increase hope. Volunteer opportunities are available for individuals or groups. Find out more about their programs and how you can help here.

National News
Diversity done differently: uniting, not dividing As Americans across almost every sector, including corporations, institutions of higher education and nonprofits, seek to address diversity in the workplace, comedian, speaker and founder of Inversity Solutions, Karith Foster, is leading the way by sharing her alternative and positive philosophy on how to approach the issue.

Does your nonprofit mission statement drive donations? Does a nonprofit’s mission statement influence its fundraising efforts? New research conducted using data from Candid suggests that understanding this relationship can boost your nonprofit’s fundraising success.
Nonprofits-Let's Cut to the Chase - a Micro-podcast Series from GC Nonprofit News
Our micro-podcast series is brought to you by the Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News hosted by Jane Page-Steiner, owner and publisher of the Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News. In each episode Jane talks with thought leaders and professionals about topics and issues of interest to the nonprofit community. Every episode ends with a quick joke from our guest in the spirit of keeping things fun.

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This Week's Featured Podcast:

Season 2, Episode 6: Creating Accountability In this episode we speak with CPA, Judy Simpson, from Blue & Company about the challenges and strategies for creating accountability. Click here to listen and share.
Our sponsor marketplace serves to further connect our readers with our advertisers who are focused on serving nonprofits. Please keep in mind that you should always check references before hiring a consultant or vendor. Contact Kelli Tarantino, editor, at to learn how your business or organization can become a sponsor of the Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News.
Blue & Co., LLC: is an independent accounting and advisory firm with more than 450 people in 11 offices across Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Our growing list of not-for-profit clients (more than 1,000 and counting) is proof of the expertise we demonstrate in areas that are relevant to you as a not-for-profit organization. We are able to identify day-to-day management issues and operational concerns - such as internal controls, software implementation and improvement, accounting process improvement, and segregation of duties issues in addition to assurance and tax services. Please contact Judy Simpson, for more information.
VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm: With offices in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm is one of the largest private CPA and Advisory Firms in the region with over 140 employees. Having served the nonprofit sector since 1946, VonLehman's Nonprofit Group has a profound understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities facing charitable and tax-exempt organizations. During this time, we've helped nonprofits negotiate the push-pull between capacity and mission. VonLehman currently supports over 250 nonprofits throughout our region. Our firm has more than 30 professionals dedicated to the nonprofit sector, providing audit, accounting, tax and consulting service expertise. Learn more about how we help nonprofits achieve their mission at or contact Stephanie Allgeyer at with any questions. 
Association of Fund Raising Professionals (AFP): AFP-Cincinnati Chapter fosters the growth and development of philanthropy, the fund-raising profession, the chapter and its individual members.
Banking Services
CFBank is committed to helping non-profit organizations that give back to the local community. We strive to be a premier commercial bank providing full-service solutions to non-profit organizations like yours. At CFBank, we offer a tailored approach with a mix of banking products and services that helps our local non-profits be successful and give back. We understand that having a bank that offers Tailored Relationship Pricing is more important that ever. Currently, we are offering 2.2% on money market accounts for non-profits. Contact Scott Smith (Market President) 513-200-8729 Or Pam Kool (Treasury Management) 513-360-6533 today!
Child and Family Behavioral Health
Best Point Education and Behavioral Health is a non-profit provider specializing in youth and family therapeutic, educational, autism services and behavioral health services. Visit to learn more. We provide more than 40 programs and services to 18,000 children, in seven Best Point locations across Greater Cincinnati, and in over 70 partner schools. Visit our careers page to join our team and make a difference!
Community Board Leadership Program
BOLD: (Board Orientation + Leadership Development) is Greater Cincinnati's leading nonprofit board training program. BOLD creates pathways for you to turn your passion into action! Contribute your skills, expertise and access to resources to strengthen nonprofit organizations. Support, empower and strengthen the community in which you live, work and play. We have generous and full scholarship opportunities available. Apply today! For more information about the program, application or questions, please contact Jay Shatz at
Executive Search and Talent Advisory
Gilman Partners: Every nonprofit organization needs leaders who are passionate about its mission, fit with its culture, and will drive success with the right mix of expertise and leadership. Our Nonprofit Leadership Practice partners with Boards and Search Committees to navigate critical succession planning decisions and recruit and develop the best leaders to guide you forward. Gilman Partners is also proud to offer GP Elevate, a leadership development program uniquely designed to prepare high-potential leaders for executive roles. Contact Barry Elkus at 513-842-5331 or to discuss your talent needs. 

JVS Careers: For over 80 years, JVS Careers has been a trusted advisor to businesses, employees, and job-seekers in the Cincinnati community. We provide talent acquisition, executive coaching, outplacement, job seeker services, and career coaching to our clients. Contact us at 513-936-9675 or to discuss your job needs.
Fundraising Support
Ignite Philanthropy serves all aspects of the philanthropic and non-profit sector—from non-profits looking for an experienced fundraising partner to raise capital to accomplish their mission to foundations seeking to strategically manage their charitable giving. In 2021, Ignite raised over $70 million for its nonprofit clients and supported the grant making for foundations distributing more than $10 million. Please visit or contact Tara Noland at to discuss how Ignite can support your work in the community.

Instrumentl is the institutional fundraising platform, bringing grant prospecting, tracking and management into one place, while providing free trainings. Serving more than 2000 nonprofits, we have a front-row seat to the challenges and successes of our customers - learnings that all nonprofits should have! So, each week, Instrumentl hosts FREE workshops and trainings with nonprofit and grant writing experts to share knowledge, tips, and hands-on tactics. Level up your fundraising in less than an hour a week! For a complete list of upcoming workshops and webinars, visit
HR Consulting
HR Elements provides customized outsourced HR services to over 200 clients annually. Need temporary HR assistance or ongoing, we work across the employee lifecycle from hire to retire including employee relations, HR management, management/leadership coaching, HRIS and organizational development. Our experienced, certified HR professionals are what sets us apart from the competition. Take your business to the next level with a trusted HR partner. Check us out at Email Tina Taylor for more information at
Legal Counsel
Manley Burke, LPA, is a Cincinnati law firm with a practice group focused on the issues facing nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations. Our attorneys have assisted nonprofits in all aspects of the nonprofits’ lifecycle, from formation and application for tax exemption, to operation and maintenance, and even through dissolution if necessary. We have a wide range of knowledge about various issues that nonprofits face and our goal is to assist you so that you can focus on your mission and the people and organizations that you are helping. Our nonprofit team is supported by the fleet of services offered at Manley Burke, allowing us to serve our clients as a single-legal-services provider and advisor, while drawing on the knowledge and experience of attorneys across practice areas. Every circumstance is unique, and our long experience allows us to guide you with confidence. You and your staff already go above and beyond to fulfill your mission. Contact us today to see how we can go above and beyond for you. Call us at (513)-721-5525, email us at, or visit our website today.
Marketing and Communications
Cincinnati Marketing Solutions: We serve as a professional, full-service, offsite marketing team to a variety of nonprofits and stand ready to manage your one-time project or create and execute a comprehensive and strategic marketing plan to meet your needs, goals and budget. With more than 50 years of experience between two senior level marketers, your nonprofit will always have the expertise needed for any situation that may arise. At CMS, we will define your target audience to communicate a consistent message with a compelling brand story to the community-at-large, the media, your stakeholders, donors and volunteers. Visit our website or contact Kelli Tarantino, President or 513-300-4653 to schedule a discovery call today!
Workplace Culture
STRONG Workplace Solutions: Many nonprofit organizations are stretched to their limit these days trying to meet the needs of the people they serve. Today’s complicated times demand strong solutions. We offer strengths-based programs, tools, and customized consultations that activate strengths in individuals and teams to drive engagement, performance, and wellbeing across your organization. It’s the perspective shift and culture change that can make all the difference in accomplishing your goals. Whether you participate in our six-week STRONG Institute or attend one of our Strengths to Lead Workshops for emerging leaders, we will help everyone bring their best selves to work every day. Contact:
Real Estate

Land and Office Space for lease/rent/sale
Get that extra office space leased or land/building sold by using the new GC Nonprofit News real estate section to let people know you have extra space, an extra building or even commercial or residential property for sale. Photos and a web link may be included to give readers more information. To learn more about our affordable rates, contact Kelli Tarantino, editor, at
"Thanks to our ad in the GC Nonprofit News, we have leased the office space at Mount Auburn Presbyterian. We have another space that we expect will be available soon. When that happens, you will be hearing from me again".
 - Dave Simon, Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church
Meeting/Event Space for rent
Let nonprofits know your space is available to rent for meetings and events in the GC Nonprofit News event-space rentals. Photo of the space and a web link may be included to give readers more information. To learn more about our affordable rates, contact Kelli Tarantino, editor at

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Teacher Resource Store Coordinator, Crayons to Computers (Posted 1/5/2023) The Store Coordinator is responsible for merchandising the Store, providing guidance and supervision to volunteers who stock and prep materials for distribution, and ensuring all around excellent customer service for the Store experience. This role is integral in daily store shopping operations and interfaces regularly with teacher shoppers, volunteers, staff, and other visitors. Learn more…

Director of Corporate Partnerships, Junior Achievement of OKI Partners, Inc. (Posted 1/5/2023) Junior Achievement of OKI Partner’s (JAOKI) has an immediate opening for a Director of Corporate Partnerships in the Greater Cincinnati area. JAOKI’s purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Junior Achievement reaches nearly 40,000 students annually in relevant, hands-on learning experiences that teach young people to manage their money, plan for their economic future, own their own businesses, and develop readiness for careers or college. Learn more…

Development Coordinator, Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati (Posted 1/5/2023 The Development Coordinator’s focus will be creating and overseeing a system that cultivates and stewards several key donor groups. The challenge of raising resources to fuel the mission of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati rests primarily with our Development Staff Team. Learn more…

Program Manager, Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation (Posted 12/29/2022) The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Jr. Foundation seeks a Program Manager who has deep knowledge of our region to provide operational and programmatic support to help further the Foundation's mission of improving the quality of life for the people and communities of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Learn more...

Director of Financial Operations, Supports to Encourage Low-income Families (Posted 12/22/2022) Highly respected non-profit seeks Director of Financial Operations with primary responsibility to oversee all budget and fiscal functions and policies and procedures of fiscal management. The DFO also oversees human resource functions, IT, and systems procurement. This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of the management and future of an organization that assists and teaches low- to moderate-income individuals to become self-sufficient. Learn more…

Rural Summer Legal Fellow, Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (Posted 12/22/2022) The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati is accepting applications for an Equal Justice Works/Legal Services Corporation Rural Summer Law Clerk Fellowship. Applicants should have completed their second year of law school before the summer of 2023. Learn more…

Executive Director, Henry Hosea House (Posted 12/22/2022) The Executive Director is responsible for the planning, organization and direction of the organization’s operations and programs. In partnership with the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will develop and implement effective policies, procedures, and operational reporting metrics. The position will identify and solicit potential sources for fundraising opportunities, expanding revenue generation, and fundraising activities to support program operations. The Executive Director will provide leadership to and manage the staff to ensure appropriate support of all operations. Learn more…

Senior Program Manager of Community Engagement (Rural), Interact for Health (Posted 12/15/22) The Senior Program Manager of Community Engagement serves as Interact for Health’s presence in rural communities, representing Interact for Health to diverse audiences within communities, contributing to key community initiatives, and bringing knowledge of communities’ cultures, history, values, and landscape to inform decisions at all levels. Learn more…

Development Officer, The Bethesda Foundation (Posted 12/15/2022) The Bethesda Foundation is seeking qualified candidates for a Development Officer for Hospice of Cincinnati and Fernside, A Center for Grieving Children & Families. This position reports to the Director of Development of the Bethesda Foundation and provides direct major gift fundraising support for programs offered by Hospice of Cincinnati and Fernside Center for Grieving Children – all part of the TriHealth system. Learn more…

Gift Officer, Individual and Planned Gifts, Freestore Foodbank (Posted 12/15/2022) Identify, qualify, solicit, close and steward major gifts with a focus on high net-worth individuals. Create strategic requests and reports for donors by working with external affairs team staff to integrate into the overall department goals and plans. Monitor and report relationship management activity using constituent relationship management system including identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospective and current individual, corporate and foundation major donors. Learn more…

Receptionist, Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (Posted 12/15/2022) The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati seeks a full-time or part-time Spanish-Speaking Receptionist in our Downtown Cincinnati office to welcome visitors and answer calls that come in through our main number. Legal Aid provides civil legal aid services to low-income persons in seven southwest Ohio counties. Learn more…

Development Manager, St. Francis Seraph Ministries (Posted 12/8/2022) The development manager identifies and applies for grant opportunities that will provide funding to the organization. In close collaboration with the executive director, this position will play a vital role with the organization’s sustainability goals in terms of grant revenue, expanded donor base, and data integrity. This individual will perform in a way that is aligned with the mission, vision, and core values of SFSM. Learn more…

Senior Accountant, Council on Aging (Posted 12/8/2022) This position will be responsible for overseeing general accounting operations to ensure accuracy and compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Learn more…

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