Ohio Philanthropy News - July 30, 2021

Friday, July 30, 2021

The Community Foundation for Crawford County announced Katlyn Stull as the 2021 recipient of the Stan and Carolyn DeGreve Scholarship.
The dissolution of the Fred E. Scholl Charitable Foundation will provide approximately $2M in scholarship funds for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio members through a fund endowed by The Cleveland Foundation and managed by College Now.
The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio is proud to support the region’s students, from Clermont to Ashtabula counties, in pursuing post-secondary education.
The Ohio Arts Council board approved over $18M in grants to support Ohio artists, arts and cultural organizations, students, educators and public arts programming.
The Community West Foundation, Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital and Rock-In-Roll City Harley-Davidson hosted an event to raise money and collect toys for the pediatric unit at Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital.
The Community Foundation of Lorain County awarded $1M during July to 36 non-profits.
The John W. and Edna McManus Shepard Fund, affiliated with the Columbus Foundation, awarded more than $19K to organizations serving Cambridge and Guernsey County.
Charter Communications partnered with The Cleveland Foundation and other organizations to distribute a total of around $500K to several local nonprofits.
The KeyBank Foundation announced that it will donate $1.5M to help pay for construction of the Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s new distribution facility in the city’s Collinwood neighborhood.
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation and the David and Inez Myers Foundation announced a combined $20M investment in nonprofit wireless internet provider DigitalC and its efforts to combat Cleveland’s digital divide.
The George Gund Foundation made a $1.7M gift to Karamu House.
Grants from the Fifth Third Foundation, Local Initiatives Support Corporation and the Association for Enterprise Opportunity helped Black women-owned businesses survive and thrive during the pandemic.

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