Ohio Philanthropy News - January 11, 2019

Friday, January 11, 2019

Community businesses, entrepreneurs honored at annual Chamber of Commerce dinner; including the Knox County Foundation who won the Investor in the Future Award.
 
Logan High School receives grant from the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio to combat substance abuse in community.
 
Hudson Community Foundation has new president.
 
Baker Mayfield, exciting roster spark Browns sales surge for 2019 with the net proceeds from the team shop going to the Cleveland Browns Foundation.
 
Families gather at annual Three Kings Day celebration; sponsored by the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, the Latin-American Motorcycle Association and the Tianos Motorcycle Club.
 
Gazebo, city seal still await new locations; the project has received donations from the Licking County Foundation, Newark Development Partners and State Farm Insurance.
 
Preparing citizens for public office as part the 2018 People’s Liberty Haile Fellowship.
 
Wexner Center for the Arts helps resident artist Mark Lomax II of the Columbus Foundation bring his debut vision to life.
 
Local nonprofits say they haven’t seen decrease; Marietta Community Foundation President and CEO Heather Allender said charitable giving from 2018 increased though, a trend supported by additional donations to the foundation.

A $5,000 grant from the Ashland County Community Foundation for Sullivan Fire Department, .
 
Springfield revitalization includes mural honoring historic artist installed by a committee of community stakeholders, including the Turner Foundation, Chamber of Greater Springfield, the Greater Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Springfield Foundation and Project Jericho.
 
‘Pay for Success’ lead clean-up model fizzles while community groups forge ahead, including the Cleveland Foundation and the Mt. Sinai Healthcare Foundation.
 
Heating assistance available, funded by United Way contributions, grants from Sisters Health Foundation and the Marietta Community Foundation, and gifts from individuals, businesses and churches.
 
Be a philanthropist; The Erie County Community Foundation is working to change the face of philanthropy.
 
NECIC founds African American Leadership Initiative with funding from the Richland County Foundation.
 
Revolving Loan Fund, a partnership of the Conneaut Foundation and the Ashtabula County 503 Corporation, set to help small businesses.

Conneaut Arts Center brings new floor into new year with help from the Ashtabula Foundation.
 
Lorain community groups plan first responders’ banquet with funding help from the Community Foundation of Lorain County.
 
U.S. Bank Foundation contributes to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby & Darke County.
 
PWC receives generous Hamilton Community Foundation grant.
 
HBK launches company-wide philanthropy program.


 

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