Student Philanthropy Project - Award Ceremony - 2010

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Student Philanthropy Project - Award Ceremony - 2010

  1. 1. Student Philanthropy Project Awards Ceremony Thursday, May 13, 2010 “You can spend a lot of time making money. The tough time comes when you have to give it away properly.” How to give something back, that’s the tough part in life. Lee Iacocca
  2. 2. Student Philanthropy Program History • 1999 The Mayerson Student Philanthropy Program is developed at Northern Kentucky University. • 2002 Inspired by this program, Mr. Roger Grein expands program to other colleges and universities. There are currently over 25 participating institutions. • 2008 Mr. Grein begins developing the program at the high school level. • 2008/9 Eight local school are invited to participate in the Pilot Program. • 2009 The collegiate program receives a multi-million dollar grant for colleges in Ohio, Kentucky and Michigan. Over 160 college courses will now incorporate Philanthropy education. • 2009/10 The High School program grows to 13 schools. Planning for future of program begins.
  3. 3. 2009 – 2010 High School Program Bishop Brossart – Suzette Glaab Cincinnati Country Day – Deborah Floyd Deer Park – Tim Hubbard Finneytown – Lynn Volz Hughes Center – Jenifer Ray McAuley – Chris Pastura McNicholas – Sam Roflow Mount Notre Dame – Todd Forman Notre Dame Academy –Mike Meadows Purcell Marian – Jerry DiCristoforo Roger Bacon – Julie Vehorn Seton – Al Kovacic / Sr. Sandy Howe Wyoming – Angela Arengo
  4. 4. Bishop Brossart
  5. 5. Cincinnati Country Day Linden Grove's mission is to serve K-8 grade children, who benefit from a unique learning environment which integrates academics, social skills, and therapies, working in partnership with families, to help the whole child achieve his or her greatest potential.
  6. 6. Deer Park Meeting needs. Promoting independence. Serving the Cincinnati area since 1967, Cincinnati Area Senior Services (CASS) is the recognized leader in providing essential services for the elderly in Southwest Ohio.
  7. 7. Finneytown FACES without PLACES generates awareness and funds to keep children and youth experiencing homelessness connected to their education.
  8. 8. Hughes Center Offering blind and visually impaired people the opportunity to seek independence.
  9. 9. McAuley Down to the final six…
  10. 10. McNicholas St. Joseph Orphanage is a comprehensive children's mental health, educational, and residential treatment agency that helps abused, cognitively challenged, and/or emotionally disturbed children and their families on the road to recovery and success.
  11. 11. Mt. Notre Dame
  12. 12. Notre Dame Academy Bethany House Services collaborates with others to provide a full range of housing, education, and assistance programs to homeless and disadvantaged women and children.
  13. 13. Purcell Marian
  14. 14. Roger Bacon Pregnancy Center East provides pregnancy testing, ultrasound, peer counseling, referrals, and parenting classes.
  15. 15. Seton The Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is committed to fighting and preventing child abuse and neglect. It combines the many activities at Cincinnati Children's that focus on child abuse into one coordinated effort. The mission of Stepping Stones Center is to increase independence, improve lives and promote inclusion for children and adults with disabilities.
  16. 16. Wyoming CIWC was established in March 2005 to help mobilize, educate and organize low wage and immigrant workers. These efforts are designed to give low-income workers from all walks of life the opportunity to creatively challenge the power relationships with their employers and improve their working terms and conditions.
  17. 17. • Develop a Board of Directors • Identify financial partners and “investors” • Expand reach to more high schools • Develop educational partnerships w/non-profits • Develop better educational materials • … and more.

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