Ohio Philanthropy News - August 17, 2018

Friday, August 17, 2018

Introducing ‘Recovery Corner,’ supported by The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation, OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital, and the Athens Foundation.
Improved 21st Street Bike Park opens at Flory Park, a partnership of the city, the Licking County Family YMCA, and the Licking County Foundation.
Guernsey County Education Assistance Grant Fund, a community fund of the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, announces 2018 scholarship recipients in Guernsey County.
New nonprofit, Champaign Foundation, to raise funds for projects in Champaign County with guidance from the Springfield Foundation.

Mercy Health Foundation’s School at Work helps graduates achieve their dream careers.
Officials enthused about development partnership plan between the Conneaut Port Authority and Conneaut Foundation.
Cleveland State awarded $300K to study NE Ohio economy from The George Gund Foundation.
GAR Foundation awards more than $1.7 million in grants to Akron-area nonprofits.
$50,000 in grants available for local 'innovative' teachers from The Turning Foundation and The Raymond John Wean Foundation.
Oakwood’s Wright Memorial Public Library to show off restoration funded by a $250,000 gift from The Jack W. And Sally D. Eichelberger Foundation of the Dayton Foundation.

Akron’s first parklet unveiled, sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
'SkateAble vs. Non, Pt. II' at the People's Liberty Camp Washington Globefront invites you to skate on the art, funded by a Globe Grant from People's Liberty.
Muskingum County Community Foundation launches new campaign.
Many sprinting toward Komen Race For The Cure here in Cleveland.
Erika Rudin-Luria named next Jewish Federation of Cleveland president.
Hospice of NCO receives grant from the Richland County Foundation.
Knox County Landmarks Foundation unveils new public mural thanks to the Ariel Foundation.
Riverside educators participate in the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, thanks to a $20,000 grant from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.

Erie Community Foundation’s Erie Gives Day 2018 brings in more than $4 million.

Cleveland Orchestra receives $9.3 million gift from Taber estate; recent large gifts include $5 million from Alexander and Sarah Cutler, $10 million from The Cleveland Foundation, $15 million from Richard and Emily Smucker, and $20 million from the Maltz Family Foundation.

United Way celebrates 100th birthday at Bold Future Ball.
Medina County Arts Council hands out grants.

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