Ohio Philanthropy News - January 7, 2022

Friday, January 7, 2022

The Pickaway County Community Foundation awarded $81,000 in grants as part of the first round of funding in 2022.

The Hebrew Free Loan Association of Northeast Ohio will receive $198,000 in grants from the Cleveland Foundation to increase its operational capacity.

The Adams County Community Foundation announced the creation of the Earl and Helen Johnson Scholarship Fund. 

Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices renovations will be paid through local donations and grants, including money from the Coshocton Foundation and the Schooler Foundation

The Scioto Foundation announced the establishment of the West Portsmouth Youth Sports Complex Endowment Fund.

Cuyahoga Arts and Culture will give $11.6 million in grants across 249 organizations as the impact of the pandemic continues.

Lit Youngstown was awarded $50,493 in grants for programming and operating funds from organizations, including the Ohio Arts Council, Ohio Humanities, The Youngstown Foundation and Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley. 

The Wayne County Community Foundation will allocate $21,000 to area nonprofits that focus on mental health and the mental wellbeing of Wayne County residents. 

The Clark County Public Library has been awarded more than $22,000 in grants from The Springfield Foundation.

The founding president of Ashland County Community Foundation reflects on her century in Ashland.

The Community West Foundation handed out $2.6 million in grants in 2021. 

Since 2017, The Dayton Foundation has deployed nearly a dozen highly-skilled older adults into the community to work as Del Mar Encore Fellows.

The Harry C. Wilt Memorial EMS Education Grant has been created and will be administered through the Coshocton Foundation

The American Journalism Project received funding through a series of local and national philanthropies, including the Cleveland Foundation and the Knight Foundation.

Belmont County Sheriff David M. Lucas announced that his office received a $2,635 grant from the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio.

The City of Springfield announced it is collaborating with the Nehemiah Foundation to provide emergency shelter.

Cedarville University received a $1 million grant from The Schiewetz Foundation of Dayton.

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