Ohio Philanthropy News - February 8, 2019

Friday, February 8, 2019

Dominion Energy makes contribution to food bank.
 
Muskingum County Community Foundation’s 23rd annual Groundhog Day celebration funds the Spring grant competition.
 
Reading Public Library gets $10,000 grant for technology from the Delaware County Foundation.
 
Marietta Community Foundation receives $5.5M grant.
 
Knox County Foundation achieves national accreditation.
 
Shelter moves into final fundraising phase with support from the Troy Foundation, Miami County Foundation, The Acorn Society and an UVMC Community Benefit Grant.
 
Greater Cincinnati Foundation grants support learning programs for at-risk kids.
 
Youngstown Foundation marks centennial with $5.6m in grants.
 
'Mansfield Rising' plan, commissioned by the Richland County Foundation, receives unanimous City Council approval.
 
Canton Museum of Art installing state of the art storage systems with support from local foundations, The Timken Foundation; Stark Community Foundation, including: The John S. and Jodine S. Duerr Community Fund, The Fernandez Hillibish History Fund, The Brott Foundation, The William J. Lemmon Charitable Fund, The James K. and Carol Luntz Charitable Fund, and The Community Charitable Fund; The Hoover Foundation; and The William and Minnette Goldsmith Foundation.
 
YWCA Mahoning Valley receives $10K from Huntington Foundation.

DP&L awards $1 million in grants. 

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Philanthropy Ohio announces new vision, mission
As a member of Philanthropy Ohio, I am especially pleased that you are part of our journey, from Donor’s Forum of Ohio, to Ohio Grantmakers Forum to Philanthropy Ohio. We’ve changed and adapted and grown because of you, and I’m delighted to share with you the next part of our journey.

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