Join Santa Maria Community Services as we celebrate 121 years of helping families help themselves! You don’t want to miss this annual event filled with great food and drinks, raffles, a silent auction, music, and more! Proceeds from the fundraising event benefit Santa Maria’s programs and services. This year’s event will honor Meghan Cummings, Executive Director The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation with the Sister Blandina Award, and ProBono Partnership of Ohio with the Organizational Award.
Date: Sunday, December 2, 2018
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Private facility in Clifton, Ohio
Cost: $50, includes brunch and two drink tickets
About our Honorees:
Meghan Cummings, Executive Director of the Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Meghan Cummings brings a broad perspective of leadership and fundraising through her experience with non-profit organizations, a corporate charity and a community foundation. She is passionate about addressing poverty and equity issues by igniting public will and inspiring individuals, companies and foundations to collaborate in new ways.
Cummings previously held positions with OneSight, the Center for Addictions Treatment, and the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati.
She is a past president of the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and has worked extensively on the chapter’s diversity and inclusion efforts including the creation of a diversity pipeline program called New Faces of Fundraising. She was named to the 2014 class of the Cincinnati Business Courier’s Forty under 40. She currently serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors for Beyond Civility, a non-profit dedicated to helping citizens and civic leaders explore the barriers and bridges to effective dialogue.
Meghan earned bachelor’s degrees in political science and journalism from Miami University and a Masters of Business Administration from Xavier University.
Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio
Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio provides free business legal services to local nonprofit organizations like Santa Maria Community Services. We do this by matching a qualifying nonprofit with one of our 500+ volunteer lawyers who can help with a range of business law matters including corporate structure and governance, contracts, employment law, intellectual property, and real estate. The idea is that if we can help a nonprofit organization with its business legal needs, it will be stronger and better able to fulfill its mission. We provide all our services without charge through the generous support of donors and the volunteer service of members of the legal community.
Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor: