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Another chance to support your favorite idea!

Big Idea Giving Challenge runs through Dec. 9

We're excited to announce a surprise phase of the Big Idea Challenge. The Big Idea Giving Challenge will help the seven winners get more support for their projects.

The Big Idea Giving Challenge begins at 12:01 a.m., Tuesday, December 3, and runs for seven days. Visit www.gcfdn.org/bigidea to make a secure online donation to YOUR favorite project. GCF is putting up an additional $35,000 in grant funds to be divided among the seven winners in proportion to the amount of money they raise from the public during the Giving Challenge.

The Giving Challenged ends Monday, December 9, at 11:59 p.m. See "Winners" above for a full description of each winning project.

 

Big Idea Challenge Winners Announced!

On Tuesday, Oct. 22, an enthusiastic crowd gathered at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's downtown headquarters to applaud all seven category winners and hear the Big News. 

The grand prize winner selected from among the category winners is “Cincinnati Preschool Promise ‘Little Kid Gig,’” submitted by Jennifer Dauer. The “Little Kid Gig” creates a highly visible public art project to bring attention to the critical need of better preparing all our children to succeed by giving them access to a quality preschool experience.

To see all the photos from the announcement, check out our Flickr slideshow.

Stay connected with us on Facebook for post-Challenge updates.

 

 

Another chance to support your favorite idea!

Big Idea Giving Challenge runs through Dec. 9

We're excited to announce a surprise phase of the Big Idea Challenge. The Big Idea Giving Challenge will help the seven winners get more support for their projects.

The Big Idea Giving Challenge begins at 12:01 a.m., Tuesday, December 3, and runs for seven days. Visit www.gcfdn.org/bigidea to make a secure online donation to YOUR favorite project. GCF is putting up an additional $35,000 in grant funds to be divided among the seven winners in proportion to the amount of money they raise from the public during the Giving Challenge.

The Giving Challenged ends Monday, December 9, at 11:59 p.m. See "Winners" above for a full description of each winning project.

 

Big Idea Challenge Winners Announced!

On Tuesday, Oct. 22, an enthusiastic crowd gathered at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's downtown headquarters to applaud all seven category winners and hear the Big News. 

The grand prize winner selected from among the category winners is “Cincinnati Preschool Promise ‘Little Kid Gig,’” submitted by Jennifer Dauer. The “Little Kid Gig” creates a highly visible public art project to bring attention to the critical need of better preparing all our children to succeed by giving them access to a quality preschool experience.

To see all the photos from the announcement, check out our Flickr slideshow.

Stay connected with us on Facebook for post-Challenge updates.

 

 

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Another chance to support your favorite idea!

Big Idea Giving Challenge runs through Dec. 9

We're excited to announce a surprise phase of the Big Idea Challenge. The Big Idea Giving Challenge will help the seven winners get more support for their projects.

The Big Idea Giving Challenge begins at 12:01 a.m., Tuesday, December 3, and runs for seven days. Visit www.gcfdn.org/bigidea to make a secure online donation to YOUR favorite project. GCF is putting up an additional $35,000 in grant funds to be divided among the seven winners in proportion to the amount of money they raise from the public during the Giving Challenge.

The Giving Challenged ends Monday, December 9, at 11:59 p.m. See "Winners" above for a full description of each winning project.

 

Big Idea Challenge Winners Announced!

On Tuesday, Oct. 22, an enthusiastic crowd gathered at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation's downtown headquarters to applaud all seven category winners and hear the Big News. 

The grand prize winner selected from among the category winners is “Cincinnati Preschool Promise ‘Little Kid Gig,’” submitted by Jennifer Dauer. The “Little Kid Gig” creates a highly visible public art project to bring attention to the critical need of better preparing all our children to succeed by giving them access to a quality preschool experience.

To see all the photos from the announcement, check out our Flickr slideshow.

Stay connected with us on Facebook for post-Challenge updates.

 

 

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