Ohio Philanthropy News

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


  • Ohio Philanthropy News - May 18, 2018

    May
    18

    Bloch Family Foundation doubles down on Saint Luke's with new $13M gift
    bizjournals.com
    The Marion and Henry Bloch Family Foundation committed $13 million to the Saint Luke's Foundation on Thursday.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - May 11, 2018

    May
    11

    Akron-area artists receive Ohio Arts Council grants
    ohio.com
    Six Akron-area artists have received 2018 “Individual Excellence” grants from the Ohio Arts Council.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - May 4, 2018

    May
    04

    Beaver Creek Wetlands Association members visit Bath Township meeting
    fairborndailyherald.com
    “We have a grant from the Dayton Foundation for additional signage in the wetlands for educational purposes,” said Dr. Jim Amon.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - April 27, 2018

    Apr
    27

    Lorain elementary students learn about theater, feelings
    morningjournal.com
    The Nordson Corporation Foundation sponsors the CARE program for all of Lorain City Schools’ first-grade classrooms.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - April 20, 2018

    Apr
    20

    Three Westlake teachers picked as Fund for Teachers fellows
    patch.com
    Since 2001, Martha Holden Jennings Foundation’s Fund for Teachers has invested nearly $30 million in nearly 8,000 teachers.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - April 13, 2018

    Apr
    13

    Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland awards $345,000 in first quarter
    crainscleveland.com
    "There's been incredible momentum toward our goal of ending chronic homelessness, and we are looking forward to continuing this journey and sustaining these results long-term," said Susanna Krey, president of The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - April 6, 2018

    Apr
    06

    Winners of 2018 Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards announced
    cleveland.com
    The Cleveland Foundation announced the winners of the 83rd annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards on Thursday at the Maltz Performing Arts Center at Case Western Reserve University.

  • Ohio Philanthropy News - March 30, 2018

    Mar
    30

    Travel grant to send Heights teacher to Slovenia, Greece
    newarkadvocate.com
    Representatives of the Licking County Foundation dropped by to tell Sean McCullough he’d been selected for a grant that will fund his travels to Europe.

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