Ohio Philanthropy News - January 4, 2019

Friday, January 4, 2019

Following foundation funding in Ohio, citing Philanthropy Ohio data.
 
Local charities see increased donations through year, into holidays; including a record year for the Dayton Foundation.
 
At 90, Dick Pogue remains one of Greater Cleveland’s most important civic leaders.
 
The Community Foundation for Crawford County doles out grants as 2018 comes a close.
 
Community Foundation of Lorain County to give $1M to 51 groups.
 
CareSource Foundation gives to Ohio nonprofits.
 
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland, in partnership with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank lunch program, feeds at-risk children during holiday break.
 
Troy Foundation awards grants.
 
Youngstown Foundation awards $1.2M in grants.
 
New MetroHealth collaboration recognizes that good food is medicine for the body; an initiative supported by Citizens Bank, the Mt. Sinai Healthcare Foundation, The Reinberger Foundation and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.
 
Foundation funds from The Youngstown Foundation and the Mahoning Valley Hospital Foundation to help create special-needs camp.
 
Dominion Foundation gives $5K to Second Harvest Food Bank.
 
Award-winning Make Safe Happen app, funded by the Nationwide Foundation, puts home safety advice at parents’ fingertips.
 
Mt. Sinai hires new program officer.
 
WCPO, Scripps Howard Foundation and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation sponsor $100,000 grant for childhood literacy programs.
 
United Way of Greater Lorain County renames volunteer hub for Ross family.
 
LeBron's foundation unveils renovated Akron gymnasium.
 
Car wash windfall inspires Ken Brott to give back with the Stark Community Foundation.
 
Three Gannett Foundation grants awarded.
 
Mentoring program for young African-American males receives Millennium Grant from the Akron Community Foundation.

Ross Griffin Memorial Foundation awards $150K.
 
TQL tops $3B in sales, shares wealth with local charities.


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