Philanthropy and the entrepreneurial spirit of the community have a surprising connection that has allowed University Circle institutions to flourish for the past 150 years. The philanthropy of the past, present, and future of the community has provided Northeast Ohio with rich and diverse cultural offerings. It is also their own entrepreneurial spirit and agility to a changing economic environment that has allowed these institutions to survive and thrive. Hear from multigenerational family foundations and private donors on the future of philanthropy in Northeast Ohio, the evolution of stewardship, and what it means to nonprofit institutions today. RSVP by October 3 to: education@wrhs.org or 216-721-5722 x1502 or the linked website.

Pricing: This event is FREE and open to the public.

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