Ohio Philanthropy News - August 9, 2019

Friday, August 9, 2019

Cleveland Arts Prize 2019 Winners each will receive $2,500 stipends funded by the Cleveland Foundation and Cuyahoga Arts and Culture.
Toledo Community Foundation grants $10,000 to Social Services for the Arab Community for jobs program.
Wayne County Community Foundation awards 294 scholarships to local students.
Cleveland Browns Foundation launches statewide initiative to improve school attendance.
New director to lead United Way of Greater Cincinnati effort in Clermont, Brown Counties.
Walkable experiment begins in Downtown Mansfield; the pop-up project was funded by the Richland County Foundation.
Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership offers free teaching tools for kids, made possible through the support of the William Swanston Charitable Fund and the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley.
Foundation for Appalachian Ohio scholarships granted to Guernsey County students.
Dayton Foundation establishes fund supporting loved ones of victims killed in mass shooting.
Cleveland starts move to 100% renewable energy by 2050; The Cleveland Foundation, the George Gund Foundation and the United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland matched grants for the initiative.
Ohio Arts Council announces new round of funding of 743 grants totaling nearly $15 million.
Bryan Area Foundation Chris and Mary Thaman scholarship awarded.

ArtsinStark unveils “Red” Grange mural; the George H. Deuble Foundation, the Hoover Foundation, the Stark Community Foundation, the Timken Foundation and Hilscher-Clarke Electric contributed to the project.
Purse bingo raises more than $25,000 for United Way of North Central Ohio.
Horses help plow garden at North high school; the project was awarded a grant from the GAR Foundation.

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