Ohio Philanthropy News - December 14, 2018

Friday, December 14, 2018

Mt. Sinai OKs $500,000 security grant to Federation.
Cleveland Browns join Lorain City Schools to launch 'Titan Pride Uniform Program'.
How freelancing and remote work can revive our legacy cities - citing a study by the Cleveland Foundation.
Glow Games provide an opportunity for students to have fun while helping the community hosted by the Marietta Community Foundation youth advisory council.
Upgrading playground equipment thanks to donation from the Dayton Foundation.
Bryan Area Foundation celebrates anniversary with grant program.
The Raymond John Wean Foundation grants total $79,838.
Athens County Foundation announces $195k in local grants.
Menzer receives The Licking County Foundation Everett D. Reese Award for volunteer work.
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture announces new grants to support local artists in 2019.
Cleveland art exhibit takes on redlining in the city - “A conversation that can be uncomfortable,” said John Gest with Philanthropy Ohio.

Columbus Foundation to mark its 75th anniversary with free bus rides, museum admissions.
Do Good: Millennial Philanthropy – “Millennials want to get their hands dirty, as opposed to solely doling monetary support,” says William Winans, vice president of brand strategy and marketing for the United Way of Greater Cleveland.
Magnet, Greater Cleveland Partnership named manufacturing intermediary for Workforce Connect; the effort is supported by the Cuyahoga County Workforce Funders Group, which includes the city of Cleveland, the Cleveland Foundation, the Deaconess Foundation, the Fund for Our Economic Future, the Greater Cleveland Partnership, the George Gund Foundation, the Cleveland/Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Board, Team NEO and United Way of Greater Cleveland.
$5 million boosts plan to reduce Cincy child poverty - by putting parents to work – plan by the Child Poverty Collaborative which the United Way has been managing.
Nonprofits benefit most from corporate, individual gift giving this time of year.

Karamu House receives $1.5 million gift from The George Gund Foundation.
The Richland County Foundation approves the Mansfield Rising Plan.
Corporate Citizenship: A look back at the region's most-generous companies (and how we'll track them in 2019).

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland raises close to $33 million in campaign.
Lakeland Community Foundation Walkway at Lorain Mercy highlights hospital's history.
Cleveland Legal Aid enters a new chapter.
Akron Community Foundation announces $2.3 million in distributions, including first-ever capital grants.
Sisters Health Foundation holds luncheon to honor community groups.

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