Ohio Philanthropy News - January 10, 2020

Friday, January 10, 2020

The Montgomery Foundation and the Coshocton Foundation sign affiliation agreement.
Springfield Foundation grants will buy new books for Clark County Public Library.
Free professional development workshop available for teachers in Mansfield thanks to the generous sponsorship of Charles P. Hahn of Cleveland Financial Group, KeyBank Foundation and additional support from the Ohio Arts Council.
Sam Barone announces June 30 retirement as Knox County Foundation director.
Mussels in the Classroom program growing Ohio River Foundation’s outreach with support provided by the Charles Dater Foundation, Elsa Heisel Sule Foundation, Ashland, Inc., Toyota, Inc., Duke Energy Foundation, International Paper, The Sutphin Family Foundation, PNC-Schroth Charitable Trust and Valvoline, Inc.
Money raised by #DaytonStrong IPA contributed to Dayton Foundation for Memorial Day storm victims.
United Way of Greater Cleveland supports groups fighting hunger year round.
Richland County Foundation’s Connections Fund to announce grant awards.
Lake County Free Clinic increases its dental services; the clinic was able to upgrade its computer network and hardware, making full use of its electronic health record through a capital grant from The Lubrizol Foundation.

Jewish Federation of Cleveland buses to New York for solidarity march.
The Marietta Community Foundation had a record-setting year in 2019.
These Dayton projects received millions from Fifth Third in 2019.
Free ACT prep courses offered by The Muskingum County Community Foundation.
Troy Foundation donates $100K to Vets Museum.
Funding from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation to help with educator training.
Clinton County Foundation has received its accreditation of national standards.
Bowling Green Community Foundation awards $43K in grants.
Sisters Health Foundation awards grants.
MOCA Cleveland and Twelve Literary Arts receive $50K grants from the Joyce Foundation

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