Ohio Philanthropy News - August 2, 2019

Friday, August 2, 2019

Vacant lot turned into real-life storybook in Cleveland through 'Literary Lots' project funded through grants and donations from groups including the Cleveland Foundation, ArcelorMittal, Slavic Village Development and others.
 
D.A.R.E. program grant from the Defiance Area Foundation.
 
Playhouse Square's Advancing the Legacy Campaign raises $110 million; topping its goal with lead gifts from KeyBank, The Richard J. Fasenmyer Foundation, Christopher and Sara Connor, Pat and John Chapman, The George Gund Foundation and The Kelvin & Eleanor Smith Foundation.
 
EMS receives new chest compression machine thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Coshocton Foundation.
 
Marietta Community Foundation awards grants to three local entities.
 
'Complete to Compete' should be a top policy priority for Ohio says Claudia Herrold, Interim President at Philanthropy Ohio.
 
Students receive scholarships from the Erie County Community Foundation.
 
Licking County Foundation donor profile: Betty and Tom Powell.
 
Pelotonia riders gearing up to help end cancer; with corporate and foundation sponsors including American Electric Power Foundation, Huntington Bank, L Brands Foundation, Peggy and Richard Santulli, Harold C. Schott Foundation, Cardinal Health Foundation, Diamond Hill Capital Management and Nationwide Insurance.
 
West Liberty Town Hall renovation progress made possible by grants from the State of Ohio Facilities Commission, the Mary Eleanor Morris Fund of the Columbus Foundation, contributions from the Village Council and Township Trustees and many individuals.

Charitable Pharmacy plans second location for summer 2020; partners helping to fund the pharmacy include the city of Columbus, United Way of Central Ohio, OhioHealth and Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
 
UnitedHealthcare awards $1.1 million to Northeast Ohio nonprofits. 


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