Ohio Philanthropy News - August 16, 2019

Friday, August 16, 2019

Richland County Foundation awards over $300,000 in grants in August.

Six Washington County students receive 2019 Foundation for Appalachian Ohio scholarships.

‘Walk Youngstown’ uses signs to encourage people to walk the city as part of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley’s Healthy Community Partnership Initiative.

These nine individuals are transforming 21st-century philanthropy including Morton L. Mandel of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation.

The Dayton Foundation raises over $725,000 for shooting victims.

Muskingum County Community Foundation awards $1,500 each to two local organizations.

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announces 2019 Arts Challenge Akron finalists.

The Bryan Area Foundation’s Spangler Continuing Education Scholarship awarded.

Junior League hosts Cincinnati exhibition to showcase community impact funded in part by the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation.

Huron School District installs drinking water stations sponsored in part by a $250 grant from the Erie County Community Foundation.
United Way of Greater Lorain County and PolyOne build Little Free Libraries.

The Dayton Power and Light Foundation awards over $320,000 in grants.

Susan G. Komen More Than Pink walk in Northeast Ohio raises thousands of dollars to find cure for breast cancer.

The LeBron James Family Foundation unveils new facilities at I PROMISE School in Akron.

Stark commissioners approve funding for Strengthening Stark Office from The Gessner Family Foundation, Fund for Our Economic Future, Stark Educational Services Center/RG Drage and Stark Community Foundation

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