Ohio Philanthropy News - April 9, 2021

Friday, April 9, 2021


The People for Trees campaign received $200K from The Cleveland Foundation.
 
Marietta Community Foundation is nationally accredited again by the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations for its operational integrity.
 
The Scioto Foundation announced the establishment of the Paul White/Lowell Shope Scholarship Fund.
 
Kingwood Center Gardens Storybook Trail will feature a new book for spring with support from the Mansfield Richland County Public Library, the Keyser Library Fund and the George and Barbara Keyser Donor Advised Fund of Richland County Foundation.
 
The Ashtabula County Civic Development Corporation met its 2020 fundraising goal thanks to support from the Ashtabula Foundation, Robert S. Morrison Foundation and an anonymous donor.
 
Lindsey Loftus is running the 100-mile Burning River Ultramarathon to raise awareness for the Portage Foundation.

John Dayo-Aliya shines as the Cleveland Public Theatre's Nord Family Foundation Playwright Fellow.
 
HealthPath Foundation of Ohio awarded $84K in grants for healthy lifestyle initiatives to Ohio nonprofits.
 
The Women’s Fund Steering Committee of Ashland County Community Foundation announced that the fund will focus on expanding access to high-quality and affordable childcare for the area.
 
Ohio Humanities grant will help Green Lawn Cemetery add footnotes to its history.
 
The Greater Toledo Community Foundation and Waterville Community Foundation will distribute over $41K in grants from the Katherine R. Smith Funds for Youth to support young people in northwest Ohio. 
 
The Cleveland Orchestra received a $1M gift from Jane Nord.
 
Salem Community Foundation marked 55 years of community aid.

The Shelby Foundation Emergency Support Fund Grant, Park National Bank and Nationwide Children’s Hospital supported 200 Buckeye Bags.

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