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June 9, 2022

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Up Your Game with Skills-based Volunteering

Every nonprofit has that project which is both vital to the organization but beyond their reach. It might be a new accounting system, a website upgrade, a fundraising strategy, or a complete strategic plan. That project is always on the to-do list but there is never the time or knowledge to begin working on it. It would be great to just hire a consultant and turn them loose, but who has the money for that? Let me introduce you to skills-based volunteering which can be provided through specialized volunteer-matching organizations.

Most nonprofit organizations depend upon volunteers to provide critical services. Volunteers fall into two categories: general helpers and specialists who do project work. Most nonprofits are familiar with the process of recruiting general volunteers and then training them for tasks within the organization; however, recruiting specialists can be daunting. One source of specialized volunteers can come from volunteer-matching organizations which recruit volunteers seeking opportunities for organizations in need of specialized help. Volunteer-matching organizations provide the platform both for nonprofits to post their opportunities and for volunteers to apply for positions while offering logistic help during the lifespan of the program.

Several matching organizations, such as and, are dedicated to matching professionals with specific skill sets with nonprofits who need these particular skills; examples include financial analysis, web development, coaching, fundraising, and more. Instead of the organization providing the volunteer with direction, the volunteer, by virtue of their specialized knowledge, will direct the nonprofit through the project. Project-based volunteering is a different paradigm for most nonprofits and requires a different approach as the volunteer directs and trains the organization.

This effort can return significant value to the nonprofit. CatchaFire estimates the value of the average project at $5,300 with a duration of between one and four weeks. Because there is a fixed time commitment on the part of the volunteer, organizations will want to leverage their limited time of access to the volunteer’s specific skill sets. The effective organization will strive to find an acceptable match within the first week of posting an opportunity when volunteer interest is highest. The nonprofit will also want to position themselves to be able to return to the skills-based volunteer with questions and other help, as well as attracting other volunteers for later projects.

Steps to Working with a Volunteer-matching Organization

1. Prepare the Project

The nonprofit should begin preparation for the project before posting with the volunteer-matching organization. The organization will want to identify specifics about the expected outcome as well as any resources available for the project. This information will be needed several times during the project lifecycle, so it is best to consider and document details of the project before engaging the matching organization or the volunteer.

Document the project by including:

  • A description of the project—The volunteer, the matching agency, and the internal stakeholders at the nonprofit will all need a detailed description of the project to understand needs and outcomes.
  • The metrics used to define a successful project—Do you simply need an elevator pitch or do you have more specific requirements regarding certain topics that must be delivered by a specific date?
  • A clear, potentially hierarchized skill set—Define the skills you want in a volunteer and then categorize them into must have and nice to have categories. This will definitely require research on the part of the nonprofit. For example, do you need a CPA specifically or just a person with experience implementing accounting systems?
  • A list of participants—Determine who from your organization will have to be involved and verify they will be available during the planned project duration. If your board president must participate, make sure that they are not about to leave for a trip to Australia before you post the opportunity.
  • Resource identification—Identify the resources you have available and what the volunteer consultant will help you select. For example, do you have a Donor Management System and wish to use it effectively or will the consulting volunteer be expected to advise in selecting one?

2. Post the Opportunity

You are now ready to post the opportunity for interested volunteers to apply. Volunteers will be reviewing and applying for opportunities with multiple nonprofits, so you will be in competition with other organizations for the volunteer’s attention.

Some things to consider:

  • A succinct, attractive project description—Both the description of the project and the description of your mission should be succinct; however, the project description is much more important in attracting prospective volunteers. The prospective volunteer will quickly determine if your mission is compatible with their values and then decide if the project is interesting. Being prepared with a project description document also tells the prospective volunteers that you are organized enough to properly describe the project.
  • Required versus desired skills—It is best to limit the required skills to the very top of your must have list. Every added requirement—such as being a CPA—reduces the pool of candidates.
  • Project categories—Pay close attention to...

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Special Announcements
The Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News is accepting 2022 Sponsorships. Please contact us for more information.

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio was awarded a grant of $35,000 for the Community Outreach Program and Camp For Every Girl Initiative from the Charles Dater Foundation. Having the Dater Foundation’s support of the work we are doing with area youth has proven to be a valuable partnership.

Thanks to a $90,000 grant over three years from The Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund, the Cincinnati Nature Center is excited to continue its Women in STEM apprenticeship program. The apprenticeship gives one woman the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in applied conservation.

St. Joseph Home, which provides systems of support for children and adults with complex disabilities and medical needs through residential, respite, and day programs gratefully acknowledges the Province of St. John the Baptist in Cincinnati for their grant funding the repair of our chapel roof.

Partnership for Innovation in Education (PIE) recently received a $100,000 Amplifying Graduation Pathways Grant from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). PIE will utilize these funds to help address the gaps in graduation rates due to the COVID-19 pandemic by providing technical assistance to Cincinnati Public Schools.

Nonprofit Funding and Resource Opportunities
Youth At The Center, in coordination with the City of Cincinnati, releases a funding opportunity to advance youth violence prevention initiatives. Ten grants of $13,500 each will be awarded to eligible nonprofits and community organizations currently serving in West End, Over-the-Rhine, Walnut Hills, Avondale, East Price Hill, Westwood, Winton Hills, Evanston, West Price Hill, and Bond Hill Visit for info session and application details. Deadline to apply is June 24.

Endow Kentucky Tax Credit available on July 1. Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has helped donors receive $1.4 million in Kentucky income tax credits for their charitable gifts totaling $7 million to 28 GCF endowments since 2011. The Endow Kentucky Tax Credit presents a highly tax-advantaged opportunity for gifts made by Kentucky taxpayers (individuals and businesses) to endowments held at GCF that benefit Kentucky nonprofits. Importantly, the endowments sustain permanent funding to these nonprofits. For more information or any questions contact Laura Menge,

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.

The Bell Charitable Foundation launched three weeks ago and is accepting applications until May 27. This foundation is funded primarily by large gifts from altafiber (formerly known as Cincinnati Bell) and intends to move altafiber's corporate giving program forward by being more strategic and ensuring that the dollars are making the largest impact possible. The funding pillars are Economic & Social Mobility, Technology, Environmental Sustainability and Health & Wellbeing. The inaugural grant cycle will be funding one grant in each of these pillars, totaling $150,000 to celebrate altafiber's 150 years in business. The website is and the application can be found here.

United Way will once again rely on the expertise of Greater Cincinnati community members to make decisions on how a new round of Black Empowerment Works grants will be invested in community-based, Black-led ideas addressing poverty.  Grants will range from $2,500 to $25,000. The application process begins May 2 and the deadline to apply for a grant is July 1. Those seeking grants can also visit to learn more details about eligibility, the process, upcoming information sessions and to access applications. 

Jewish Home of Cincinnati is accepting grant applications for programs that impact Greater Cincinnati Jewish seniors. Find more information here.  

The Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Cincinnati Chapter promotes the professional development of its members. In appreciation of the financial constraints that can limit educational opportunities, AFP is proud to offer several scholarships this year for development professionals. Find the full listing of scholarships along with registration applications and requirements here

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.  

The AFP Chapter Seeds Scholarship provides a scholarship for a Small Organization AFP membership. The AFP Greater Cincinnati Chapter is committed to helping small nonprofit organizations get the seed money they need to secure an AFP membership. This seed money is an investment to help small nonprofits build their fundraising toolbox. It's our desire that these fundraising professionals will become long-term members through the kick start funding of a Seeds Scholarship. CLICK HERE for the 2022 Scholarship Application.

Professional Development
There is still time to register for next week's "Making Your Marketing Plan Work for You", OneSource Center's Building Blocks in-person session on Thursday June 16, 9am-noon. We will discuss how to align your business and revenue goals to your marketing efforts by reaching targeted audiences with strategic tactics. Visit here for more information and to register.

Grants Research Lab, June 14, 10:00am to 11:30am. A virtual demonstration covering the basics you need to quickly start searching the Foundation Directory Online database to identify the best potential funders for your nonprofit organization. Free. Find more information and registration here.

The Real Estate Accelerator Lab (REAL) is an immersive nine-month program to improve expertise and expand networking for minorities in commercial real estate field. The program was conceived about three years ago by the Urban Land Institute and Local Initiatives Support Corp. as a way to expand the participation of women and minorities in commercial real estate. The program is now accepting applications for its next cohort. The applications, which can be found here, are due June 30.

Make a Difference

Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio is hosting a World Refugee Day, Saturday, June 25, 10:00am – 4:00pm. Volunteers are needed for setup, registration, food service, arts & crafts, games, breakdown and cleanup. Two shifts available 10:00am to 2:00pm and/or noon to 4:00pm. Register here or call Cathy Boston at 513-672-3836. 

National News
Developing board time, talent, treasure and tradition In my career as a practitioner and consultant, I have experienced a wide variety of board fundraising teams leading or not leading the way due to a variety of reasons. Most fundraising professionals would immediately think about board engagement in a fundraising context. In your experience, have you dealt with board volunteers that have contributed the right combination of time, talent and treasure needed?

The basics of "lift notes" in direct mail At the Democracy at Work Institute (DAWI), we believe that democratic managers need to know and do all the things that any conventional business manager needs to do to ensure that the business is doing well, that the business is successful, and that it moves people and resources towards their goals.

Simplest workplace principle: assume positive intent There is a simple workplace principle at Axios that increasingly spills helpfully into my personal life: Always assume positive intent. Why it matters: So much misunderstanding, tension and turmoil flows from thinking the other person is a dope, dishonest or out to get you. So stop assuming the worst.
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.

Click here or on image at right to listen to the most recent episode.

If you have questions or comments about the podcast please email Jane at
This Week's Featured Podcast:

Episode 1: Why Money Follows Vision Please join us as we speak with Scott Provancher, President/CEO of Ignite Philanthropy to discuss why money follows vision.
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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.
Career Services
For over 80 years, JVS Career Services 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.
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. 
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 2020, Ignite raised over $55 million for its nonprofit clients and supported the grant making for foundations distributing more than $6 million. Please visit or contact Tara Noland at to discuss how Ignite can support your work in the community.
Leadership Coaching
Landers Coaching, as a Certified Executive and Leadership Coach, Jodi Landers has extensive experience in coaching leaders, both for profit and non-profit, to break through barriers, increase their effectiveness and maximize their capabilities to lead at a higher level. She is certified in DiSC, Agile EQ, Productive Conflict and The Five Behaviors. Jodi is skilled at working with teams, helping them reveal opportunities for growth to increase their cohesiveness and productivity, while leveraging their strengths to achieve exceptional results. Contact Jodi at 513-580-8047; or visit our website to see how we increase your leadership effectiveness.
Legal Counsel
Manley Burke, LPA, is a Cincinnati law firm with a practice group focused on the issues facing non-profit and tax-exempt organizations. We commit to delivering excellent legal counsel, with careful attention to the client's bottom line, time after time after time. These principles have guided the attorneys of Manley Burke since 1979 when Bob Manley and Tim Burke first opened its doors. In the 40 years since then, Manley Burke has sustained its commitment to excellence and efficiency. That's how we keep offering big law talent in a hometown firm environment. You and your staff already go above and beyond to fulfill your mission. Call us at 513-721-5525, email us at, or visit our website to see how we go above and beyond for you.
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!
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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-Jenny Berg, Executive Director, Leadership Council for Nonprofits
Vice President of Talent and Culture, Beech Acres Parenting Center (Posted 6/9/2022) Beech Acres Parenting Center is seeking a Vice President of Talent and Culture to provide leadership and management expertise in actualizing the employee value proposition of Beech Acres Parenting Center through the development and execution of comprehensive talent strategies that attract, engage, and retain top talent. Builds capacity to motivate and support talent in a high-performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, collaboration, diversity, inclusiveness, equity, teamwork and excellence. Learn more…

Director of Military and Veteran Services, Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati (Posted 6/9/2022) The Director of Military and Veterans Services oversees the service line on both a strategic and operational level – ensuring the execution of Easterseals’ mission and the fulfillment of our goals. Learn more…

President, Master Provisions (Posted 6/9/2022) Master Provisions is a leading faith-based organization in distributing surplus food, clothing, and other supplies both locally and worldwide. The President is a full-time executive leadership and management position at Master Provisions (MP). The President is the leader and face of MP for all aspects of external and internal relations. The President is responsible for 10 key areas of mission oversight (see Areas of Responsibility below). The President will ensure that all aspects of program delivery, internal relations, and external relations are consistent with the mission and vision of MP. Learn more…

Digital Marketing Specialist, 4C for Children (Posted 6/9/2022) 4C for Children is a Child Care Resource & Referral Agency that supports everyone who cares for young children, from parents to childcare providers, to ensure high-quality early education and care for all children. If you are a talented writer and creative digital marketer who wants their work to make a difference in the community and in the lives of children, the Digital Marketing Specialist position at 4C for Children is the job for you. Learn more…

Resources Program Manager, United Way of Greater Cincinnati (Posted 6/9/2022) United Way of Greater Cincinnati is seeking a Resources Program Manager who will lead United Way’s strategy and execution regarding collecting, updating, maintaining and expanding Community Connections’ community resources and partner agencies services. Learn more...

Executive Director, The Center for Great Neighborhoods (Posted 6/2/2022) The Center for Great Neighborhoods is seeking a forward-thinking Executive Director with the experience, creativity, passion, and vision in the areas of real estate development, equitable community development, resident engagement, fundraising, as well as an understanding of the Covington’s history, opportunities, and challenges. The Center for Great Neighborhoods is a non-profit community development corporation focused on enhancing the quality of life in the city of Covington, Kentucky. Learn more…

Child Family Therapist (part-time), First Step Home (Posted 6/2/2022) First Step Home is excited to announce the opening of the Family Unity Center located in beautiful Walnut Hills. Women recovering from substance use will be able to meet with their adult families along with their children with a Child Family Therapist and attend group therapy together. We are looking for a Child/Family therapist who is experienced, organized and a self-starter, who seeks an opportunity to become a part of our rapidly expanding counseling services for children and families. Learn more…

Land Manager, Cardinal Land Conservancy (Posted 6/2/2022) Cardinal Land Conservancy is looking for an energetic, passionate professional to grow our land stewardship program. This full-time position of Land Manager will report to the Executive Director and support the board’s Land Protection Committee. The Land Manager will be responsible for monitoring and managing lands that Cardinal has an easement on or owns outright. Leading restoration work with volunteers, managing public access and performing public outreach will also be a part of their job. Learn more…

Custodian, Kenton County Public Library (Posted 6/2/2022) Kenton County Public Library is seeking a full-time Custodian responsible for cleaning of public and non-public areas of the branch, as well as basic building and grounds maintenance. Learn more…

Shelver (part-time), Kenton County Public Library (Posted 6/2/2022) Kenton County Public Library is seeking a part-time shelver position responsible for shelving books and other library materials accurately and efficiently. Responsibilities include keeping the library neat and orderly and assisting patrons in basic library catalog use and locating items. Learn more…

Communications Coordinator, Green Umbrella (Posted 6/2/2022) Green Umbrella is seeking a Communications Coordinator to work collaboratively with our team to provide shared services that enable the organization to execute its programs. This role will report to our Operations Director and help expand Green Umbrella’s capacity to share the activities and outcomes of all its programs with stakeholders and the community. Learn more…

Extension Area Leader Lucas Wood County, The Ohio State University extension (Posted 6/2/2022) Do you know a highly effective leader? Are YOU a great administrator who enjoys managing people? The Ohio State University Extension (OSUE) is looking for a new Area Leader. We are seeking someone who is ready to make decisions and wants a chance to work with some of the best staff, teams, and top coworkers. Area Leaders are ready to be challenged, learn rapidly, implement their ideas to improve performance and programs, and work in/help cultivate an environment where performance is rewarded. Learn more…

Director of Individual Giving, Episcopal Retirement Services (Posted 6/2/2022) Reporting to the Executive Director of Philanthropy, this career opportunity is waiting for a seasoned professional who truly enjoys and thrives building and maintaining genuine relationships with older adults. The successful candidate will bring to ERS a demonstrated history of nurturing and securing five-plus figure gifts and success helping older adults understand and enjoy the benefits of planned gifts. In a cross-functional environment, the Director of Individual Giving (DIG) will join a collegial team of four augmented by external specialists in events and data management. Learn more…

After-School Program Coordinator (part-time), The Friars Club (Posted 6/2/2022) The Friars Club, a Catholic, Franciscan ministry, develops valuable life skills in our youth through sports, education, and leadership programming to enrich their lives and our community. We are looking for a motivated individual who is passionate about working with youth and families to join our team as the After-School Program Coordinator. Learn more…

Learning Center Coordinator (part-time), The Friars Club (Posted 6/2/2022) The Friars Club, a Catholic, Franciscan ministry, develops valuable life skills in our youth through sports, education, and leadership programming to enrich their lives and our community. We are looking for a motivated individual who is passionate about working with youth and families to join our team as the Learning Center Coordinator. Learn more…

Administrative Specialist, International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF) (Posted 5/26/2022) The administrative specialist is a full-time, hourly position, working at IRSF corporate headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. This position is critical to the success of the organization, and requires an individual who is team-oriented, positive, and problem solving. IRSF’s mission is to accelerate full spectrum research to cure Rett syndrome and empower families with information, knowledge and connectivity. Learn more...

Event Coordinator, Working In Neighborhoods (Posted 5/26/2022) The Event Coordinator will demonstrate leadership through the creation of new ideas, managing, organizing, and implementation of special events and fundraising events year-round. Learn more…

Marketing and Communication Specialist, Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati (Posted 5/26/2022) Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati is on a mission to connect people with disabilities and military veterans to a meaningful career offering higher wages and essential benefits while connecting them to social services. The Marketing and Communications Specialist is a critical role in a fast-changing organization. The Marketing and Communications Specialist works closely with program and development staff and executive leaders to advance the Easterseals brand through all communication channels. Learn more…

Area Leader, Franklin County, The Ohio State University Extension (Posted 5/26/2022) The Ohio State University Extension (OSUE) is looking for a new Area Leader. We are seeking someone who is ready to make decisions and wants a chance to work with some of the best staff, teams, and top coworkers. Area Leaders are ready to be challenged, learn rapidly, implement their ideas to improve performance and programs, and work in/help cultivate an environment where performance is rewarded. Learn more…

Area Leader, Hamilton Butler County, The Ohio State University Extension (Posted 5/26/2022) The Ohio State University Extension (OSUE) is looking for a new Area Leader. We are seeking someone who is ready to make decisions and wants a chance to work with some of the best staff, teams, and top coworkers. Area Leaders are ready to be challenged, learn rapidly, implement their ideas to improve performance and programs, and work in/help cultivate an environment where performance is rewarded. Learn more…

Financial Analyst, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (Posted 5/26/2022) Are you looking for a rewarding career fueled by purpose? Do you want our region to be the best it can possibly be? Place and purpose drive our mission, so Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) may be the place for you. GCF is seeking a Financial Analyst. This position supports multiple disciplines overseen by the Chief Financial Officer, including investment administration, impact investing, forecasting, financial and operational analysis. This position must have strong attention to detail and analytical skills as well as the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Learn more…

Development Director, The Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori School (Posted 5/26/2022) Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori School is seeking a full-time development director to join our dynamic and vibrant school community. The development director’s main responsibilities center around fundraising events/opportunities, community engagement, donor cultivation and alumni relations. Learn more…

Director of Advancement, Villa Madonna Academy (Posted 5/26/2022) Villa Madonna Academy is seeking a full-time Director of Advancement. The Director of Advancement is a member of the school’s Administrative Leadership Team and responsible for Villa’s comprehensive development efforts, including a capital campaign that recently entered the public phase. Learn more…

Executive Director, Cincinnati Blue Line Foundation (Posted 5/26/2022) The Cincinnati Blue Line Foundation is seeking its first Executive Director who will be responsible for the administration, resource development, facility, programs, and community partnerships of the organization. The Cincinnati Blue Line Foundation’s mission is to provide the necessary resources for our law enforcement officers to ensure Cincinnati is a safe place to live, work, and visit. Learn more…

Philanthropy Manager, Scripps (Posted 5/26/2022) Scripps is seeking a Philanthropy Manager. This position helps develop and execute creative and impactful consumer-facing philanthropic campaigns for a portfolio of Scripps markets. They will lead fundraising initiatives that support the Foundation’s strategic priorities such as the “If You Give a Child a Book…” childhood literacy campaign and community impact campaigns. Learn more…

Controller, ArtsWave (Posted 5/19/2022) ArtsWave is seeking a Controller to provide accounting and finance support to the organization. Reporting to the Vice President of Finance, the primary responsibilities of this full-time position will be monthly and year-end close, audit and tax return preparation, budget development and management, forecasting and investment tracking. Leading candidates for the position will be goal-oriented and confident professionals with a strong accounting background. Candidates will also pay outstanding attention to detail, have excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to multi-task, meet deadlines, work independently, and thrive in a fast-paced environment. Learn more…

Director of Development (part-time), His Will Homes (Posted 5/19/2022) The Director of Development based on the Board’s priorities and goals is responsible for the development, management and coordinating of all strategies needed to grow the base of philanthropic support needed to meet His Will Homes goals and programs. Learn more…

Grant Coordinator, DCCH Center for Children and Families (Posted 5/19/2022) Join a dynamic, talented, and successful Development & Communications Team! As an important team member, you'll be an integral part of raising funds to support our mission of caring for Kentucky's most vulnerable children – survivors of child abuse and neglect. Learn more…

Work Adjustment Technician, Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries (Posted 5/19/2022) We are seeking enthusiastic and caring individuals to provide support and guidance to individuals with developmental disabilities so that they may learn the work appropriate skills and habits required to maintain successful employment in their future.  Further, to assist other individuals in exploring their non-work interests in the community and to facilitate community connections. Experience is desired (volunteer experience counts), but we will train you to be successful without bringing experience. Learn more…

Job Coach, Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries (Posted 5/19/2022) Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries is a non-profit organization whose motto is “We put people to work”. We were founded in 1916 and are one of the largest providers of rehabilitation services in the State of Ohio. We currently have Full-Time and Part-Time opportunities available for creative, motivated, and enthusiastic employees who would like to begin a career working with and advocating for individuals with disabilities. The main function of this position is to support and assist those that we serve while building a strong foundation at their job sites leading to maintained successful employment and therefore economic stability. Learn more…

Work Evaluation and Training Assistant, Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries (Posted 5/19/2022) Ohio Valley Goodwill is one of the area’s largest social service providers in Cincinnati who assists individuals with disabilities and others to prepare for successful employment.  We are seeking full time staff who want to make a real difference in the lives of those in their community, by working with individuals to evaluate their job skills and to provide basic computer skills training from our written curriculum. Learn more…

Grants Manager, Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries (Posted 5/19/2022) Ohio Valley Goodwill is looking to hire a Grants Manager. This position will be responsible for providing day-to-day oversight of HUD/DOL grant programs serving our communities homeless population. Essential duties include; oversee all activities associated with project staff, develop nd provide staff training as related to grant projects, data tracking and monthly reports, tracking budget expenses for grant projects, and being actively involved and engaged with community agencies to help achieve project goals. Learn more…

Dorm Case Manager (2nd shift), Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries (Posted 5/19/2022) Ohio Valley Goodwill is seeking a reliable, people-oriented individual responsible for providing oversight of dorm residents during second shift. Provides assigned case management duties including intakes and ISP updates, educational group facilitation such as peer support and budgeting skills. Responsible for identifying safety, health, and general property maintenance issues in the dormitory area. Learn more…

Director of Marketing and Communications, ArtWorks (Posted 5/19/2022) ArtWorks seeks a Director of Marketing Communications to lead the planning and execution of marketing and communications to advance the organization's mission to transform people and places through investments in creativity. Learn more…

Chief Financial Officer, Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (Posted 5/19/2022) The Chief Financial Officer will lead an established team of professionals in finance, accounting, and benefits. Genuine commitment to the mission of the Legal Aid Society and the desire and ability to operate in a fast-paced, multi-dimensional environment top the list of requirements. The successful candidate will bring a demonstrated career of 10 years nonprofit accounting experience; academic degree(s) in accounting or related field; strong technology aptitude and proficiency; understanding of payroll systems and employee benefits; knowledge of uniform guidance and government audit standards; experience in project management and leadership; strong communications skills; commitment to and comfort leading and motivating a diverse workforce; bondable; and experience with Abila MIP helpful. Learn more…

Advancement Officer, Grants & In-Kind Giving, Community Matters (Posted 5/19/2022) Community Matters exists to create a thriving and more just community by removing barriers to opportunity. We are seeking an Advancement Officer to focus on grant and in-kind giving strategies as part of our small, but mighty Development and Communications Team. Learn more…

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