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Friday, February 12, 2010
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Ohio Grantmakers Forum workshop for nonprofits

Ohio Grantmakers Forum (OGF) is hosting a discussion for funders and nonprofits to explore "Cleveland 2010: What You Expect, Need and Plan To Do" February 12 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Minter Conference Center, 1422 Euclid Avenue. George Espy, OGF president, and John Begala, executive director of the Center for Community Solutions, will present the grantmaking outlook for 2010, provide a snapshot of community needs and lead an interactive discussion on how both grantmakers and nonprofits are adjusting to and coping with the economic downturn.

The program is free to Greater Cleveland nonprofits, but to ensure a diversity of nonprofits, registration is open to only one representative from each organization. To register, call Gail Anderson at 216-861-6223.

Ohio Grantmakers Forum (OGF) is hosting a discussion for funders and nonprofits to explore "Cleveland 2010: What You Expect, Need and Plan To Do" February 12 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Minter Conference Center, 1422 Euclid Avenue. George Espy, OGF president, and John Begala, executive director of the Center for Community Solutions, will present the grantmaking outlook for 2010, provide a snapshot of community needs and lead an interactive discussion on how both grantmakers and nonprofits are adjusting to and coping with the economic downturn. The program is free to Greater Cleveland nonprofits, but to ensure a diversity of nonprofits, registration is open to only one representative from each organization. To register, call Gail Anderson at 216-861-6223.

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