Driving Connectivity

Our Chair Brian Frederick, president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Lorain County, is featured in this short video put together by the Greater Cleveland Partnership for its annual meeting in June 2017, to talk about its strategic focus on driving connectivity and improving worker mobility. 

Wanted: Innovative Ideas to Fight Poverty

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland launches new fellowship to help fight poverty through innovation.

Fund for Our Economic Future Takes Aim at Regional Economic Growth

Smart Business talks to our President Brad Whitehead about our work and the transformational opportunity in front of us, one that will "require fundamental changes in the industry mix, how innovation is thought about and promoted, how the workforce is prepared and how infrastructure connects firms, people and opportunities."

Who's Who in Northeast Ohio

Leaders from many of our members, grantees and partners, as well as our President Brad Whitehead, are highlighted in Crain's Cleveland Business' 2017 Who's Who list.


Making Effective Collaboration Possible

Using our Fund's Collaboration Handbook, "you can actually walk through whether the right preconditions exist for a collaboration to be possible and how, if it is, to make sure it’s successful," writes Mark Samolczyk, president and CEO of Stark Community Foundation and vice chair of our Fund, on the Philanthropy Front and Center-Cleveland blog. 

Personal View: Job Hubs Offer Shared Approach

In this Personal View piece for Crain's Cleveland Business, Director of Civic Innovation and Insight Peter Truog writes about the powerful potential of civic leaders across multiple sectors all using the same definition of job hubs to guide future decision making. 


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