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Ohio: The State of Homegrown Philanthropy

October 1, 2007

Ohio's philanthropic landscape is also one of homegrown innovation, where people and organizations work together to craft new solutions to complex problems and issues. Homegrown might be used more often in reference to corn and soybeans and to Ohio industries, universities and colleges, but it also has a place in describing Ohio philanthropy.This year's report marks a special anniversary, as it is the tenth in Ohio Grantmakers Forum's (OGF) series of annual giving reports. To mark the occasion, this report provides a look back at the last decade of Ohio's charitable giving with a special "Then and Now" section.OGF's report presents a comprehensive review of data from 2005 and 2006, the most recent years for which complete IRS information is available. Additionally, we provide a snapshot of giving in the health funding area -- courtesy of responses received from the OGF Foundation 100, our purposeful sample of the state's grantmaking foundations -- and highlight some of Ohio's amazing scholarship funds that increase access to education and training for thousands of Ohio young people.

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Ohio: The State of Philanthropy, 2006

October 1, 2006

In this year's report, Ohio Grantmakers Forum provides the most current data available on giving in Ohio and also takes a look at the first five years of the new century, discerning giving trends and patterns while also presenting new perspectives on philanthropy's valued tradition. The ninth in a series of such reports, it includes a comprehensive review of data from 2004 and 2005, the most recent years for which complete IRS information is available. Current giving trends are reported in this mono - graph, as a result of responses received from the OGF Foundation 100, a purposeful sample of the state's grantmaking foundations.

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