Ohio Philanthropy News - June 21, 2019

Friday, June 21, 2019

Several groups are providing free meals to kids this summer, including United Way of Greater Cleveland.

Richland County Foundation awards scholarships to 256 students.

Community Foundation for Crawford County awards $129,000 in local scholarships.

Burton D. Morgan Foundation announces new grants.

Saint Luke's Foundation awards $3 million in second quarter grants for 2019.

Edison comes together for literacy, including the Erie County Community Foundation, Wightman-Wieber Foundation, NOMS, Teen Leadership Corp., Milan Rotary, Berlin Heights Kiwanis, Dominos, Edison elementary and middle school parent clubs, Milan-Berlin Library, and the Edison music and athletic boosters.

Program creates affordable housing for home buyers thanks to a project by the Port Authority and a loan from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

Mentor, Euclid public forums aim to put human face on opioid epidemic with funding from the Ohio Humanities Council.

Fairfield County Foundation announces Rotary Scholarship recipients.

'Forever Benches,' funded by the Ottawa County Community Foundation, let Genoa visitors enjoy the view.

The Columbus Foundation’s crowdfunding platform has passed the $250,000 mark in support for central Ohio nonprofits.

Community groups organize for 2-year tornado rebuilding plan, including, The Dayton Foundation, United Way of Greater Dayton and more.

$1 million gift from Char and Chuck Fowler will support students in need at Cleveland State.

Community Foundation of Lorain County celebrates 2018 success.

Fairview Park’s Nelson Russ Park receives $400,000 upgrade, including $47,990 from the Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital/Community West Foundation.
  
Aultman Foundation announces grant recipients.
 
Cavaliers announce 50th anniversary celebration plan, including a total of $250,000 to be gifted through the Cavaliers Community Foundation to local nonprofit and charitable organizations during the 2019-20 season.

Greater Fostoria Community Foundation awards more than $237,000 in first half of 2019.

Andrew Brooks receives Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation awards.

Oxford Community Foundation hunts for new executive director. 


New Blog Post


Ohio Gives – and generously
With tax filing day here – for both individuals today and then in May for many foundations – my thoughts are turning to discerning the latest charitable giving trends here in Ohio. 

Read more. 

 

 

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