Ohio Philanthropy News - August 30, 2019

Friday, August 30, 2019

Vectren delivers $600K for tornado home repairs.

Shelby teacher selected as a Jennings Action Research Fellow at The Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.

The Foodbank, partners with CareSource Foundation, distributes food in Greene County.

Holmes County Education Foundation celebrates 30 years, $9M in scholarships given.

$2M raised in donations to The Dayton Foundation for victims of the Oregon District shooting.

Court-appointed lawyers for poor tenants in housing cases level the playing field; United Way of Greater Cleveland will take the lead in managing the program.

Westfield Insurance presents $10K grant to Mid-Ohio Youth Mentoring.

RTA sells Midtown property to The Cleveland Foundation for mixed-use development.

Local jobs study, prepared for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Partners for a Competitive Workforce, Strive Partnership, United Way of Greater Cincinnati and the Women's Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, has good and bad news.

Students, local leaders talk gun violence at the Columbus Foundation’s The Big Table event.

Defiance Area Foundation recently awarded a grant of $1,000.      

United Way of Central Ohio is helping people meet their basic needs.

Ohio libraries offer new, free legal resource; the website is guided by the Supreme Court of Ohio, the Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation, the Ohio State Bar Foundation and the Ohio Library Council.

Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation donates $25,000 toward Soap Box Derby scoreboard.

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