Ohio Philanthropy News - January 17, 2020

Friday, January 17, 2020

The Charles H. Dater Foundation wins 2020 Governor's Award for the Arts.

New Over-the-Rhine museum hopes to depict the lives of early immigrants by recreating their apartments; most of the purchase price came from the Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation and the Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts at Fifth Third Bank.

WKYC Studios' Margaret Bernstein named trustee of The George Gund Foundation.

Jewish Federation of Cleveland chooses new, young leaders.

Community Foundation of Lorain County hosts financial seminar for nonprofits.

Central Clinic Behavioral Health receives grant from the CareSource Foundation.

Marion Community Foundation has supported Marion for decades.

OCA Greater Cleveland to produce documentary on history of AsiaTown and Chinese immigrants after receiving $15,000 from the Cleveland Foundation’s Minority Arts and Education Fund.

Area schools benefit from Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center grant from The Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.

United Way of Greater Cincinnati finalizes 2019 campaign results.

Richland County Foundation wins planning excellence award for Mansfield Rising Plan from the Richland County Regional Planning Commission.

Jim and Bobbi Lepi to receive to receive the Muskingum County Community Foundation’s Dick Johnson Civic Leadership Award.

Six county organizations among grant recipients for more than $22,000 awarded from the Gulfport Energy Fund at the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio.

Ashland County Community Foundation announces challenge grant opportunity for non-profits in celebration of their 25th anniversary.
Stark County Community Redevelopment Fund established, which is made up of funds from the George H. Deuble Foundation, Hoover Foundation, Stark Community Foundation and Timken Foundation.

Fostoria's Tree & Beautification Committee has been awarded a $12,000 grant from the Greater Fostoria Community Foundation Fund to develop a downtown parkette. 

New Blog Post

Making the Case and Space for Play
How Cleveland Residents & Organizations are Leading the Development of Public Recreation Spaces

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