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December 2, 2021

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Giving Tuesday CEO Talks about Campaign, Younger Donors

In the past 10 years, charities have made splashy fundraising appeals and raked in billions in donations on GivingTuesday, which takes place the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

Last year, American donors gave nearly $2.5 billion amid growing needs brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the nation’s racial reckoning. How much money will flood into charities this Tuesday is anyone’s guess.

The giving campaign was launched in 2012 as a way to get people to donate to charity at a time when they were already spending money on the holiday shopping season. The 92nd Street Y, a community center in New York City, came up with the idea and developed it until two years ago, when a separate organization called GivingTuesday took up the mantle to organize the giving day.

Charities typically host fundraisers, events, and use the hashtag on social media to garner donations, which have increased throughout the years. But it’s not a fundraising day — it’s a generosity movement, said Asha Curran, the CEO of the organization that promotes the campaign.

Curran says people are gearing up to participate in ways that don’t involve giving money. For example, she says more than 40,000 young people worldwide have indicated to GivingTuesday’s youth-oriented GivingTuesdaySpark program they’re doing “acts of giving and acts of kindness” on Tuesday.

The AP recently talked with her about the campaign, younger donors and other things. The interview was edited for clarity and length.

Q: The campaign is marking its 10th year. Do you feel like it’s accomplishing what it initially set out to do?

A: I think it’s accomplishing a great deal more than it set out to do. In 2012, the idea was really a relatively simple one: a hashtag to encourage people to think about giving back after two days of consumption. It was very U.S. and fundraising focused.

Today, there is an official country movement in 81 countries, the most recent being Peru, South Sudan, Greece and Nepal. People around the world are meeting generosity efforts and using the day as an opportunity to be creative, and think about generosity in very expansive ways. None of those are things that we could have foreseen in the beginning.

Q: Do you believe the level of giving that was seen last year will be sustained? Read more...
Sponsor Insight from Gilman Partners

Are You Ready for a Career Change to Nonprofit?

By Barry Elkus, Partner and Co-Leader of the Nonprofit Leadership Practice at Gilman Partners

It’s no secret that the pandemic has led many of us to reflect on our priorities and consider new career paths. For some, this has led to exploring the nonprofit sector. “Maybe I can find something that has more meaning and still leverages my skillset.”

We’ve seen many professionals make successful transitions from a corporate career to key leadership roles at a nonprofit. Chances are they’ve been asked several of these questions along the way:

• Do you have an authentic connection to the organization’s mission? Have you volunteered or have a personal story that connects you to their work? Follow your passion.

• Can you afford a lower salary or forgo an annual bonus? Nonprofit salaries are usually lower and bonuses are usually smaller or not available. Chances are, you’ll work harder and make less.

• Do you consider yourself scrappy and resourceful? Can you wear many hats and offer to help outside your area of expertise? All hands on deck.

• Are you available to work occasional evenings and weekends? Board meetings, networking events, and fundraisers can make for a busy week.

• Are you comfortable asking others for money? Even if you’re not in the development department, many roles have a fundraising component as donations are the lifeblood of most nonprofits.

• Have you worked in a diverse and inclusive organization? Can you embrace a culture that values diversity and is working to be equitable and inclusive in hiring, staff development, and at the Board? DEI is more than a passing trend at many nonprofits.

• Have you been a volunteer or served on a nonprofit Board? These can be great ways to see if an organization is a good potential fit and to demonstrate your commitment.

Many nonprofits are looking for talent to fill important leadership positions. Are you ready?
People on the Move
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati is pleased to announce the addition of several new team members over the course of the year. Joining the team is Jessica Romer, CFRE, Senior Philanthropy Officer; Sarah Reynolds, MBA, Communications and Marketing Officer; Steve Herndon, Construction Director (not pictured); and Laura Fagin, Development Operations Coordinator. In addition, Emily Nickolas was promoted into the role of Philanthropy Officer.
Cynthia Walters has joined the Green Umbrella staff as the Green Schoolyards Coordinator.
Last Mile Food Rescue welcomes Aaron Moore to the team as a dispatch driver to help get more food to those who need it most.

Xavier University announces the appointment of Rachel Chrastil, PhD, as the next provost and chief academic officer. 
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Central Clinic Behavioral Health has received a $10,000 grant from Western & Southern Financial Fund. Building upon Central Clinic Behavioral Health's current health screening program, this funding will allow the Adult Services division of Central Clinic to provide an enhanced experience for our patients, clients and clinical personnel.

Each year, the Wise Temple Congregation cooks and serves the Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners for the homeless guests at St. Francis Seraph Ministries. Christmas Dinner is on Monday, Dec. 20 at 4:30 pm at St. Francis Seraph Ministries, Mother Teresa of Calcutta Dining Room; 1615 Republic Street
Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati.

Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky (ESNKY) announced today that it has been awarded $180,000 in grants from St. Elizabeth Healthcare and Greater Cincinnati Foundation to help expand and further its mission of helping those in need in the Northern Kentucky region.

Visionaries + Voices (V+V) is pleased to announce a $15,000 Grant to our Teaching Artist Program (TAP) from the P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky and Southwest Ohio is grateful to receive three grants to support Mental Health First Aid training in Greater Cincinnati. The training helps individuals how to recognize and respond to symptoms of mental illness and substance use issues. To see if your organization qualifies to host this no-cost training, go to

Another Next Generation Library project from the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library is complete. The public is invited to see the new Deer Park Branch during a grand opening at 10:00am Friday, Dec. 10, at 4020 E. Galbraith Road. The new location is easy to find; it’s just a few hundred feet from the old location in the Dillonvale Shopping Center. 

Nonprofit Funding and Resource Opportunities
American Marketing Association Cincinnati is launching a new service that matches teams of talented marketing professionals with nonprofits and startups on marketing projects. Applications are being accepted for nonprofits, startups, and marketing volunteers right now (through Dec. 6). Applications will be reviewed in December, and the projects will begin in early January. This is a great way to stretch scarce resources and uplift our community. More information here.

GiveCamp is a nationwide effort that brings together a community of volunteers to donate their time and talents to build the technical resources and capacity of local non-profit organizations. The projects have ranged from website rebuilds to iPhone and Android applications. It is estimated that the projects created at Give Camp would typically cost each non-profit $10,000 - $15,000. The efficiencies the solutions create – often reducing the paperwork and staff time needed to complete processes – means Give Camp creates value beyond the market cost of the projects themselves. Southwest Ohio GiveCamp is now accepting non-profit applications. The initial application is a simple form found here along with additional information. 

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 2021 Scholarship Application.

Kentucky Association of Health Plans (KAHP) has announced their “Healthy Together Through Vaccinations” community grant program. The initiative aims to increase COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and access by empowering organizations across KY with grants of up to $25,000 to pursue efforts toward improving vaccination rates. Organizations are eligible to apply for a grant if they serve community members who reside in any Kentucky county. Prioritization will be placed on funding projects in counties with vaccination rates below 40%. Learn more and access an application here.

Does your nonprofit need a new computer, but can't afford high prices? For below market prices, try the nonprofit Cincinnati Computer Cooperative. Guaranteed refurbished computers start at $150. They come with free Office software and a one year guarantee. Nonprofits are eligible for the program, along with schools, students, people over 55 or on any form of public assistance. Call, we love to help! 513.771.3262.

Win more grants for your 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and make a bigger difference with the most up-to-date, complete information about grantmakers and the grants they've made. Get that and more from the powerful search tools in the Foundation Directory Online. Access to the Professional Tier is limited to in-person use at the Downtown Main Library. (Essential Tier access is available online through the remainder of 2021.)

Professional Development
Free on-demand webinar from Blue Avocado: Aligning Nonprofit Management Teams and Boards During a Crisis. Watch here.

Make a Difference
Save the Animals Foundation / STAF is a 100% no-kill shelter for abandoned dogs and cats. STAF is run by volunteers, 400+ volunteers! Volunteer activities include daily care of the animals, obedience training for dogs, socialization of the cats, upkeep of the building and grounds, adoption activities, and working with community groups and schools in promoting humane education. Volunteers also perform all administrative tasks involved in running a financially sound and secure non-profit. Learn more here.

Cincinnati Parks depends on the support of their volunteers. Volunteers assist with the Butterfly Show, Carol Ann’s Carousel, Holiday Crafts at the Krohn Conservatory, and more. Learn more here.

National News
Will congress act to reform philanthropy? While this may surprise those who follow philanthropy’s every move, Congress only rarely passes laws that directly regulate philanthropy. The last truly foundational law regarding philanthropy was passed in 1969. That was the law that mandated a five-percent minimum payout from private foundations, among other provisions (such as prohibitions against self-dealing).

Reducing conflict 17 get a word in edgewise Do you have trouble getting a word in edgewise when dealing with a compulsive talker? Some people have a habit of constantly talking. It may not seem like a big deal, but if you have a compulsive talker in your group, he or she can cause all kinds of problems.

Combating the great resignation with an invitation conversation HR and business leader responsibilities require that they attack a problem as quickly as possible with the best solution they can find. The term "combating” highlights a first response to problems that many of us have: The need to fix a threat to organizational stability with all speed and force to solve the issue so that normal functioning may prevail.
Nonprofits-Let's Cut to the Chase - a NEW Micro-podcast Series from GC Nonprofit News
A micro-podcast series 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. Each 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

Episode 10: Measuring the Impact of Your Volunteers Please join us as Jane speaks with Aaron Grant, senior project manager at People Working Cooperatively, to discuss measuring the impact of your volunteers. Click to listen.

Episode 9: Nonprofit Partnerships and Collaborations Please join us as Jane speaks with Shannon Starkey-Taylor, CEO of the Learning Grove about nonprofit partnerships and collaborations. Click to listen.

Episode 8: Exploring Benefit Plans for Your Nonprofit Please join us as Jane speaks with Jennifer Homer, Partner at Strategic Benefits, to discuss benefit plans for your nonprofit. Click to listen.
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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. 
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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 Behavioral Health by The Children’s Home is the Tri-State’s most prolific non-profit provider specializing in youth and family therapeutic and behavioral health services. Visit to learn more. Our therapists and counselors work in over 180 community locations and more than 70 partner schools where they are needed most. 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 serves the nonprofit community by providing accessible board education to the public and private sector. Our diverse graduates from these organizations are connected to the nonprofits where board leaders are needed. For more information about the program, please contact Jay Shatz at
Employee Benefits
Strategic Benefits CincinnatiThe Strategic Benefits team of experts understands the impact an organization’s benefit package has on employees, leadership, and the bottom line. Our commitment to our nonprofit clients is to help them make prudent business decisions regarding employee benefit plans. We achieve this by combining innovative products with our outstanding expertise and service to best meet each organization's needs. Please visit our website or contact Jennifer Homer at 513-366-3782 or for assistance with your employee benefits.
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.
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 understand that nonprofits are small businesses trying to reach the community, donors and volunteers with a consistent message and a compelling brand story. We also know the needs of nonprofits can be unique in terms of governance, budgeting and human resources. Our experienced team of nonprofit specialists will listen to your needs and create a plan that encompasses your mission, goals and budget. Visit our website or contact Kelli Tarantino, President or 513-300-4653 schedule a discovery call today.
Video Production
SpotOn Productions: wants to be your trusted video production partner. Our purpose is to show the world your best. Since 1998, we’ve produced more than 1,000 videos using our proven process. The video solutions that we create solve real nonprofit challenges. From donor and community marketing, to fundraising and success stories, we can help you make your mark. We know that through strong video storytelling we can guide the heart to move the mind. We’ve helped dozens of nonprofits in Greater Cincinnati get their message out, raise vital dollars, and recruit volunteers. Visit our website to learn more, or contact Kerry Murray ( or 513-779-4223) to get started.

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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
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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
Development Director, Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum (Posted 12/2/2021) The Development Director generates earned and contributed revenue in support of the Park’s annual operating needs. S/he oversees the Park’s development and marketing activities, ensuring the greatest possible visibility for the Park, the largest possible number of members, and the highest level of sponsorship for Park activities. Learn more...

Director of Advancement, Mercy McAuley High School (Posted 12/2/2021) The Director of Advancement for Mercy McAuley High School is charged with leadership of a team of resource development and alumnae relations professionals for the advancement of the school’s mission. The Director is the chief development and major gift fundraising officer for the school. With the Mercy McAuley president, the director develops a comprehensive fundraising program for private support from individuals as well as organizations, corporations, and foundations. Learn more…

Marketing and Communications Manager, Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati (Posted 12/2/2021) Easterseals is changing the way the world views and defines disability by making profound and positive differences in people’s lives every day. We do this with a focus on building a more diverse and inclusive workforce and community by supporting people living with intellectual and developmental disabilities, veterans and military families, and people facing economic disadvantages. The Marketing and Communications Manager is a critical role in a fast-changing organization. Under the leadership of the Vice President Development & Marketing, this position works closely with program and development staff and executive leaders to advance the Easterseals mission. Learn more…

Chief Financial Officer, Cincinnati Opera (Posted 12/2/2021) Cincinnati Opera is seeking a Chief Financial Officer to oversee the company’s financial operations. The CFO is responsible for Cincinnati Opera’s financial health; for complete, accurate, and timely financial reporting; and for maintaining the highest professional standards. Reporting to the General Director & CEO, the CFO is a key member of the senior leadership team. The ideal candidate will have an exceptional track record and reputation for sound financial management and will also be an enthusiastic supporter of opera, an excellent communicator, and a relationship builder who values diversity. Learn more…

President, Cincinnati Scholarship Foundation (Posted 11/25/2021) The Cincinnati Scholarship Foundation (CSF) is looking to hire our next President to lead the organization into our next 100 years. CSF administers over 130 need-based scholarship funds and awards over 1,000 scholarships per year on behalf of individuals, businesses and organizations. The President is the key management leader of Cincinnati Scholarship Foundation and is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Learn more…

Accounting Specialist, Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati (Posted 11/25/2021) Bring your skills and expertise to an organization with national recognition and resources, and a local focus on the specific needs of our community. Discover a rewarding career that makes profound and positive differences in people’s lives every day. As part of the Accounting Team for Easterseals you will perform a variety of accounting and administrative duties in the maintenance of accurate fiscal records and reports associated with federal and small grant funded programs including but not limited to reporting, budgeting, fiscal compliance, analysis and billing. Learn more…

Development and Communications Coordinator, Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (Posted 11/18/2021) This is an opportunity to provide administrative support in a dynamic, goal-oriented unit that creates effective fundraising campaigns, and develops high-impact digital communications to reach partner agencies, funders, donors, volunteers, and clients. Learn more…

Food Donor Relationship Manager, Last Mile Food Rescue (Posted 11/18/2021) Last Mile Food Rescue is a Greater Cincinnati food rescue organization on a mission to save good food and get it to those who need it most. By using the power of volunteers fueled by technology, we connect Food Donors with Nonprofits Agencies who serve the region’s food insecure with volunteer drivers, fighting food waste and helping to end the hunger. We are expanding our internal team to support this growth and success. The Food Donor Relations Manager is responsible for on-boarding 40 area Kroger stores into the LMFR operation and managing this major relationship on an on-going basis. Learn more…

Director of Communications and Marketing, ArtWorks (Posted 11/18/2021) 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…

Program Coordinator, Ronald McDonald House of Greater Cincinnati (Posted 11/18/2021) We are currently seeking a Program Coordinator who must be exceptionally talented, driven, detail-oriented and – most importantly – passionate about people and helping others succeed. The Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Program Manager in scheduling and follow up of volunteer groups that provide meals, snacks, activities and other service to our House and guest families. Learn more…

Program Director, Alumni and Donor Experiences, The University of Cincinnati Foundation (Posted 11/18/2021) The Program Director, Alumni and Donor Experience is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating programs that strategically engage and provide tangible benefits to graduates and donors of the College of Medicine to build affinity for the University of Cincinnati, the College and the UC Alumni Association. The position supports the UCAA’s College & Constituent Relations team and is responsible for developing and executing programs and events that promote alumni and donor engagement campus wide. Learn more…

2nd Shift Residential Educator, Boys Hope Girls Hope (Posted 11/18/2021) Boys Hope Girls Hope serves motivated young people in need to become well-educated, career-ready, men and women for others. Our Residential Educators are responsible for supporting the development of the full child through educational assistance, well-being, house management, and record-keeping. Learn more…

Early Childhood Education Specialist – Outreach, 4C for Children (Posted 11/11/2021) Are you passionate about making a difference in the life of a child? We're expanding our service reach! As a Children's Services Hub Specialist, you are part of a quality support team and will work alongside state and local agencies as we navigate supports for foster families, PSCAs and the children they serve. Learn more…

Development Coordinator, Bethany House Services (Posted 11/11/2021) Looking for rewarding work? If you have a passion for helping others and want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable populations Bethany House has an opportunity for you! Come join our work as we empower homeless and at-risk families with the solutions to achieve housing stability and long-term self-sufficiency. Bethany House is looking for a Development Coordinator who will be primarily responsible for administering, maintaining and updating the Raiser’s Edge donor database system for the agency. Learn more…

Coordinator, Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation (Posted 11/11/2021) The Women's Fund of Greater Cincinnati Foundation leads our community in ensuring the economic self-sufficiency of women in our region. The Coordinator ensures that the Women’s Fund is running at full capacity to achieve its mission by providing comprehensive administrative and donor services support to the team and by working with internal and external parties to coordinate and execute the various tasks needed to initiate, run and conclude projects. Learn more…

Grants Manager, Bethany House (Posted 11/11/2021) Bethany House is looking for a Grants Manager who is responsible for the achievement of annual revenue goals from private and governmental sources – enabling Bethany House Services to fulfill its mission to empower homeless and at-risk families with the solutions to achieve housing stability and long-term self-sufficiency. This position is responsible for identification of potential funding sources, stewardship of relationships with funders, data collection and preparation of interim and final reports to funders and to the Board. Learn more…

Operations Coordinator, Queen City Angels (Part-time) (Posted 11/11/2021) Queen City Angels (QCA) is an angel investment organization of more than 140 members. We provide capital, and on-going counsel for the success of early-stage companies. The Operations Coordinator will be involved in business, operations, administrative, marketing/social media, and membership development tasks. The ideal candidate should be entrepreneurial-minded and have a keen eye for project management. Learn more…

Homework Club Director, Washington United Church of Christ (Part-time) (Posted 11/11/2021) Part-time position for director of after-school tutoring program at Washington United Church of Christ. Homework Club, a non-religious outreach program, matches low-income students with volunteer tutors. Learn more…

Business Manager, Cincinnati International Wine Festival (Part-time) (Posted 11/11/2021) The Business Manager for The Cincinnati International Wine Festival (CIWF) will be responsible for bookkeeping, record keeping, preparation of financial statements, managing ticket platform and reporting, assisting with event management and donor relations, as well as a variety of office operations and administrative duties. The Business Manager is a part-time in-office position (3 days /24 hours per week), and reports to the Executive Director. Learn more…

Human Resources Director, Bethany House Services (Posted 11/11/2021) Bethany House is looking for a Human Resource Director who will be primarily responsible for performing all aspects of the Human Resource function to include recruitment/retention, termination, benefits, compensation, certain training and development. Ensures legal compliance, develops and administers personnel policies and procedures, and maintains recordkeeping. Learn more…

Community Development Team Leader, Girls Scouts of Western Ohio (Posted 11/11/2021) Drive membership growth using methods that reflect the strengths of our communities; lead your team to develop and execute girl/adult membership recruitment and retention plans; increase Girl Scouts visibility and engagement in our communities through networking and collaboration; provide ongoing coaching to team on volunteer program management to ensure excellent customer service, and lead project team work that provides support to Council strategic initiatives. Learn more…

GEAR UP Advisor, Cincinnati Youth Collaborative (Posted 11/11/21) The GEAR UP Advisor helps students aspire to, prepare for, enroll in, and find resources to pay for postsecondary education. Based on specific school assignments, this is mainly accomplished via individual student meetings, classroom workshops, group sessions, presentations, and parent meetings. The Advisor will work with students in grades 7 – 12. Learn more…

Director of Development, Life Learning Center (Posted 11/4/2021) The mission of Life Learning Center is to deliver a holistic, integrated continuum of education and care to equip our at-risk citizens step to their highest potential. The Director of Development will work closely with the President and Board of Directors to design, lead cause and manage comprehensive resource development strategic plan for effective fundraising. Learn more…

Attorney, Northern Kentucky Children’s Law Center (Posted 11/4/2021) Children’s Law Center, Inc. (CLC) is hiring an attorney in its Covington office to represent children adversely impacted by the opioid crisis. This position is part of a pilot project funded until September 30, 2022, by the Office of Victims of Crime in collaboration with the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet, with potential for project continuation. Learn more…

Strategic Media Consultant, 4C for Children (Posted 11/4/2021) 4C for Children is seeking a driven and dynamic Strategic Media Consultant to help further our mission and our brand in the community. For nearly 50 years, 4C for Children has been supporting everyone who cares for young children, from parents to child care providers, to ensure high-quality early education and care for all children. Learn more…

Compliance Coordinator, Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati (Posted 11/4/2021) IHNGC serves 350+ families, or approximately 1,500 individuals, experiencing homelessness annually. The Compliance Coordinator provides support for the administrative, financial, and record-keeping aspects of the agency to ensure that programs run smoothly and in concert with each other, as well as in compliance with the government regulations that administer them. Learn more…

Childcare Director, Learning Grove (Cincinnati) (Posted 11/4/2021) The Program Director oversees all activities necessary to ensure successful family and child outcomes on a daily basis and works closely with Learning Grove leadership to ensure consistent family support. The Program Director assists and implements policies, goals, objectives, and educational philosophy through oversight of the program. Learn more…

Childcare Director, Learning Grove (Covington) (Posted 11/4/2021) The Program Director oversees all activities necessary to ensure successful family and child outcomes on a daily basis and works closely with Learning Grove leadership to ensure consistent family support. The Program Director assists and implements policies, goals, objectives, and educational philosophy through oversight of the program. Learn more…

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