Ohio Philanthropy News - August 24, 2018

Friday, August 24, 2018

Marion train buff's legacy won't run out of steam with $3.45 million he left in a fund with the Marion Community Foundation.
Final tally for Erie Community Foundation’s Erie Gives: $4.45M (a record).
Fairfield County Foundation names local grant recipients.
Fewer students skipping school in Cleveland; CMSD is partnering with the Cleveland Browns Foundation to provide free uniforms, clothing and shoes, all the things that can keep a child at home.
Morgan Park closing for construction; this improvement is made possible through a grant from the Burton D. Morgan Foundation.
Perrysburg Schools’ Hosler receives Martha Holden Jennings Ohio Superintendent Outstanding Performance Award.
Ticket tax proposed by The Greater Columbus Arts Council to pay for arts, Nationwide Arena improvements.
Back-lit Y Bridge is the beginning of canal revitalization, funded by the Rogge Foundation, the Muskingum County Community Foundation, and other local organizations.
United Way names headquarters Thomas and Lisa Mandel Community Center following $1 million gift.

United Way of Greater Lima awards innovation grants.
United Way of Greater Lorain County kicks off annual campaign.

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