Ohio Philanthropy News - February 7, 2020

Friday, February 7, 2020

Cincinnati Chamber unveils 2020 'We Are Making Black History' campaign honorees including Dora Anim, chief operating officer at the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.
Woodsfield Savings Bank makes donation to Monroe County Community Foundation endowment fund in partnership with the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio.
The Witness Project collaborators are supported by the Cleveland Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, The Center for Community Solutions, the Akron Community Foundation and the Knight Foundation.
Muskingum County Community Foundation holds 25th annual Groundhog Day Celebration.
The Bounce course, a partnership with MORTAR, had an $80K licensing fee paid for by the GAR Foundation and the Burton D. Morgan Foundation.
The Paul G. Duke Foundation, a supporting foundation of the Columbus Foundation, welcomes new trustee.
Tournament raises funds for youth for the Tyler Arts Legacy Fund established by the Oxford Community Foundation.
Stouder Memorial Foundation, an affiliate fund of The Troy Foundation, awards grants.
The Dayton Foundation awards $48M in grants.
Foster Grandparent program gives seniors and children a chance to bond; the program is federally funded and the Cleveland Foundation grant allowed them to add 20 more seniors to their roster.

In 'landmark' school study, conducted by Success by 6 within United Way of Greater Cincinnati and a research arm of Cincinnati Children's Hospital, states kindergarten success is linked to achievement a decade later.
Friends of Portsmouth receive grant from The Scioto Foundation.

Coshocton Foundation gives $74K to community organizations.
Jack Brace to retire from Bryan Area Foundation.
Brigid’s Path will begin $350K expansion project this week thanks to grants from The Dayton Foundation and The Virginia W. Kettering Foundation.
Final funding plan for Galion recreational facility in the works with donations from the Community Foundation for Crawford County, the Timken Foundation and a private donor.
Stark Community Foundation celebrates year of impact.
United Way of Hancock County drive nets $2.9M.

ArtsWave sets 2020 campaign goal. 

New Blog Post

What's ahead for philanthropy in 2020?

Regardless of how you answer the question of whether 2020 starts a new decade or ends the old one, there’s something about the symmetry of 2020 that particularly encourages me to look ahead and think about what the year might bring that relates to the work we do at Philanthropy Ohio. Read more. 


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