Ohio Philanthropy News - December 20, 2019

Friday, December 20, 2019

Barberton Community Foundation awards $48,375 in grants.
 
The 2019 Bridgestone Senior Players Championship and Ambassador of Golf Event presented by FirstEnergy Foundation generated $825,000 in charitable funds, tournament officials announced.
 
Talawanda Recreation Incorporated Center turns weight room into teen center thanks to gifts from The Oxford Community Foundation and Butler Rural Electric.
 
Raymond John Wean Foundation renews support for Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp. and Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership.
 
Donors establish fund to endow downtown flowers through the Ashland County Community Foundation.
 
Slavic Village neighborhood groups rally behind schools with P-16; the partnership is headed by the Third Federal Foundation.
 
The Schooler Family Foundation announces 2019 grants.
 
Troy Reinvestment Fund established at the Troy Foundation.

Preschoolers to be given free books each month; members of the port authority, the St. Clairsville Area Chamber of Commerce, Belmont County Department of Job and Family Services, area libraries, the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley and the Books with Badges Program are getting involved to help with enrollment and fundraising.
 
Community Foundation of Lorain County increases mini-grant.
 
Opera Western Reserve receives $2,000 contribution from The Warren P. Williamson Jr. Fund, through the Youngstown Foundation.
 
Water bill assistance available through the Delaware County Foundation Del-Co Water Community Fund.
 
The Dayton Foundation says bundling charitable donations can equal tax savings.
 
The Community Foundation for Crawford County touts free money for college.
 
United Way of Summit County announces 2020-21 grant recipients.

Ohio State Bar Association announces new public legal video series funded by the Ohio State Bar Foundation.

United Way of Greater Lorain County renews commitment to South Lorain students.
 
Peoples Bank Foundation gives $47K to United Way offices in Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky. 


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