Ohio Philanthropy News

Our weekly news digest compiles philanthropy news from across the state.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - December 4, 2020


    RemotEDx is funded by $15M in CARES Act money and is a collaboration between the Ohio Department of Education, the Management Council, Philanthropy Ohio, the Ohio Distance Learning Association, Ohio’s Educational Service Centers, INFOhio and Ohio’s Information Technology Centers.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - November 6, 2020


    The Dayton Society of Natural History received a $5K grant from Ohio Humanities, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the federal CARES Act of 2020.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - September 11, 2020


    The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, in partnership with the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville, is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity intended to address the social, economic, educational and health challenges faced by young people in Appalachian Ohio.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - September 4, 2020


    The Browns delivered a social justice message prior to practice at FirstEnergy Stadium, including a focus on expanding the work of the Cleveland Browns Foundation by improving resource equity and closing the digital divide.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - August 21, 2020


    Ideastream partnered with All-Star Plain Dealer alums to report on the effects of COVID-19; the project is funded by Third Federal Foundation and University Settlement.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - August 14, 2020


    Funding for safe, affordable child care must be a priority for lawmakers, according to Moira Weir, president and CEO of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Chara Fisher Jackson, executive director and CEO of Cincinnati Preschool Promise and Mark Lawson, president and CEO of Cincinnati-Hamilton County United Action Agency.