Ohio Philanthropy News - February 22, 2019

Friday, February 22, 2019

$1 million pledged from the Richland County Foundation to two projects in Mansfield's Imagination District along Park Avenue West.
 
Mercy Health Foundation awards $6.4M to fund health care.
 
The Enquirer and United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s Wish List: $60K raised and two families gifted vehicles to ease work, child care duties.
 
Lead Safe Cleveland coalition holds first meeting, commits to summit before July.
 
Cribs for Kids program promotes safe sleep conditions for infants thanks to Miami County Public Health and CareSource Foundation.
 
Toledo Community Foundation announces three winners from Giving Tuesday.
 
Leadership Lorain County honors Difference Makers, including The Nordson Corporation Foundation.
 
Marion Community Foundation’s MarionMade! invites others to help share Marion's good news.
 
Defiance Area Foundation’s youth philanthropy fund inspired by Defiance youngsters.
 
'Sankofa Experience’ time travels into Black History at People's Liberty's Globefront Gallery.
 
Muse Machine receives National Endowment for the Arts grant and funding from the Dayton Foundation, Iddings Foundation and Vectren Foundation.
 
Fund set up to help Troy’s businesses, economy; an initial $1 million for the fund was approved by The Troy Foundation board.

Columbus Foundation highlights the city's latest 'Number Ones' leading their industries.
 
Erie Community Foundation to decide how Kanzius money is distributed.
 
Conneaut Foundation president Joslin named Citizen of Year.
 
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland Young Leadership Division selects cohort of Microgrant Program recipients.
 
Sneakers with a message at YSHS sponsored by the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, The Yellow Springs Human Rights Commission and The 365 Project.

County group seeks to form task force; the program is funded through the donations from United Way, Troy Foundation and Miami County Foundation.

Record donations made to Vandalia-Butler Schools from the Vandalia-Butler Foundation.
 
Company brings STEM programs to schools, opportunities to students with help from Battelle.
 
Butler County residents are more generous to charities in strong economy; The Middletown Community Foundation is one area agency that has seen steady growth. 


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