Ohio Philanthropy News - February 1, 2019

Friday, February 1, 2019

Second Harvest gets grant from The Community Foundation of Lorain County to help those affected by shutdown.
bi3 grants initiative to transform health.
New Health Education Campus boasts world class learning facility; donors include: Cleveland Foundation, Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation and the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation.
Lake Girl Scout troop awarded FirstEnergy STEM grant.
Spherion Mid Ohio 13er donates $17,000 among 3 local agencies – the Richland County Foundation, the Richland B&O Bike Trail and the Star Fish Project.
Franklin County joins national business-development network with the Columbus Foundation, the Columbus Partnership, Rev1 Ventures and Forward Cities.
People’s Liberty project 'Experience Sankofa' takes people back in time to experience the Harlem Renaissance and birth of hip hop.

Federal workers, contractors can sign up for gift cards; donors include: Aim MRO, Butler Foundation, Castellini Foundation, Fifth Third Bank, First Financial Bank, Frisch’s, Horan & Associates, Horizon Community Funds, ITW Group, The Kroger Co., Michelman, Park National Bank, Procter & Gamble, St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Target (Colerain and Western Hills), Terry Horan, Worldpay and United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
Portsmouth’s first off-leash dog park could open this spring with a recently rewarded grant of $7,600 grant from the Scioto Foundation.
Museum celebrates MLK Jr. Day through art, sponsored by PNC, the Kathy Moses Salem Philanthropic Fund of the Akron Community Foundation, the R.C. Musson and Katharine M. Musson Charitable Foundation and the Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation.
Dayton Foundation awards $37M in grants.
Grant from Delaware County Foundation’s Ron Sabatino Family Fund to help secure Delaware County history.
Samantha Peck awarded Samuel Neff Fellowship from The Community Foundation for Crawford County.
Creative Fusion — a partnership between the Cleveland Foundation, the City of Cleveland, and 12 local and international artists – Waterways to Waterways turns our reimagined river into a living work of art.

Painesville City, Riverside elementary students getting 'A Day of the Arts' sponsored by The Lubrizol Foundation.
Lyft partnering with United Way of Greater Cleveland offering free rides to warming centers in Cleveland.
Kent State’s Traveling Stanzas poetry exhibit aims to create connections across borders supported by a major grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Amherst new site of Mercy Health Foundation of Lorain County.
Cincinnati arts build pathways to learning; ArtsWave invests in programs that deliver at different points in a child’s development.
Local award winners named by NASW, including Bill Harper, retiring director of the United Way of Greater Lorain County, was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Katherine Ezawa named 2018 Steel Magnolia Award honoree, administered by the Middletown Community Foundation and funded by the AK Steel Foundation

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