Ohio Philanthropy News - January 31, 2020

Friday, January 31, 2020

Columbus Museum of Art lands $200K grant from the Columbus Foundation to restore renowned local artist's home.
 
Nord Family Foundation Executive Director Tony Richardson elected to the Center for Effective Philanthropy Board.
 
The Shelby Foundation Traveling Pizza Parlor Exhibit is now at Marvin Memorial Library in Shelby.
 
Ohio Valley Athletic Conference starting a ‘preservation foundation’ through the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio.
 
Richland County Foundation Connections Fund awards 6 grants.
 
Scioto Foundation grants over $100K.

TLC Inc. works toward literacy for all with funding for educational material coming primarily through grants from The Troy Foundation, Altrusa International Foundation, the Dollar General Foundation, the Miami County Foundation and individual donors.
 
Licking County Foundation donor profile: Emergency Warming Center Task Force.
 
Solar field to revitalize Overland Industrial Park neighborhoods through the Greater Toledo Community Foundation's unrestricted grants.
 
Erie Community Foundation awards grants.
 
Two Ashland High School Female Athlete of the Year recipients are working to raise $11K to establish the AHS Female Athlete of the Year Scholarship Fund with Ashland County Community Foundation.
 
United Way of Greater Cincinnati names first female CEO.
 
The Cleveland Foundation, George Gund Foundation, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, Cleveland Votes and the Children's Defense Fund-Ohio are the recipients of a $250K grant given by The New Venture Fund to support efforts to count hard-to-count populations in Ohio for the 2020 census.
 
Smucker pledges $1 million to LeBron James Family Foundation.
 
United Way of Summit County provides healthy snacks at 14 Akron Public School District sites.

Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library program launched in Tuscarawas County with funding from Eric Kimble, Tuscarawas County Community Foundation, Dover Hydraulics and the Rotary clubs of Dover, New Philadelphia and Dennison and with program administration from the United Way of Tuscarawas County.
 
United Way of Stark County offering free tax-filing service for residents.
 
United Way of Greater Lorain County in partnership with MOVE Lorain County and with funding from the Ohio Department of Transportation begins mobility management program. 

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