Ohio Philanthropy News - April 24, 2020

Friday, April 24, 2020

Yellow Springs Community Foundation is providing help for local tenants and landlords.
 
Musician and native Mariettan to perform a virtual orchestra thanks to the financial support of the Marietta Community Foundation.
 
The Troy Foundation approved over $277K in grants to 23 organizations.
 
Front-line Licking County organizations receive relief grants from the COVID-19 Relief Fund, established by the Licking County Foundation, United Way of Licking County and several community partners.
 
Timothy L. Tramble Sr. named president and CEO of Saint Luke's Foundation.
 
Foundation for Appalachian Ohio assists nonprofits with emergency response fund.
 
Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund awards nearly $500K in the fourth round of coronavirus grants.
 
Richland County Foundation funds COVID-19 rapid response grants.

Shelby County United Way provides COVID-19 emergency funding and joins with the Community Foundation of Shelby County to help start the Recovery 2020 Fund.
 
Paul G. Duke Foundation, a supporting foundation of The Columbus Foundation, supports The Troy Foundation’s Troy Emergency Response Fund.
 
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation gave $1M to Greater Cleveland Food Bank.
 
Amy Acton received The Columbus Foundation’s Spirit of Columbus Award and a $50K donation will be made in her honor to the Star House.
 
The Dayton Foundation and the United Way of the Greater Dayton Area’s COVID-19 Response Fund awards additional $111K to local nonprofits.

Curbside Concerts is bringing live music to seniors throughout the Columbus area thanks to The Columbus Foundation, Smart Columbus, Greater Columbus Arts Council and Douglas and Monica Kridler.
 
Fairfield County Foundation and the United Way of Fairfield County create COVID-19 Relief Fund.
 
Arts groups will receive $1.6M from The Columbus Foundation and $200K from Greater Columbus Arts Council's COVID-19 emergency relief fund to help cope with COVID-19's impact.
 
Upper Arlington Community Foundation reports its Good Neighbor Fund has experienced an increase in monetary donations and gift cards in the past month.
 
Swagelok Foundation kicks in $100K for 6 local nonprofits on front lines of global pandemic.

The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation and the United Way of Hancock County gave $115K from their emergency fund.


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