Ohio Philanthropy News - January 18, 2019

Friday, January 18, 2019

Saint Luke's Foundation announces $4.4 million in grants.
 
Marietta Community Foundation receives $5.5 million donation.
 
Kenmore Neighborhood Alliance awarded $150K from CareSource Foundation to help local moms secure well-paying culinary jobs.
 
Pfizer gives Foundation for Appalachian Ohio $500,000 to bolster program helping youths who've lost hope.
 
Tom Sieber to receive Muskingum County Community Foundation’s Dick Johnson Leadership Award.
 
Erie Community Foundation awards grants.
 
United Way of Greater Cincinnati lands major donation.
 
Central Ohio students hear Glenn Close urge openness about mental illness; organized by the New Albany Community Foundation.
 
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture promotes local art & artists.
 
Wynford grad Peck wins The Community Foundation for Crawford County’s Samuel Neff Fellowship for International Studies.
 
County EMS, other nonprofits receive Coshocton Foundation grants.

Retiring PNC executive Paul Clark leaves a legacy of good deeds.
 
Stephen Stranahan (1934-2019): Businessman was local civic leader, philanthropist.

Penguins’ ‘Pink Out’ game supports Mercy Health Foundation Mahoning Valley’s Abdu Center.

Akron Community Foundation receives $100,000 gift.
 
United Way of Summit County posts another record for volunteer participation.
 
United Way of Lake County giving free milk to residents in need. 


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