Ohio Philanthropy News - June 3, 2022

Friday, June 3, 2022

The Marion Women’s Club is providing complimentary mammograms to underserved/uninsured women in their community with OhioHealth’s Mobile Mammogram Unit, thanks to grants from the Marion Community Foundation and OhioHealth.

Three Arches Foundation, a community-focused grantmaking foundation, added two new members to the board of directors and elected current member Becky Starck, M.D., as its new secretary.

The Pickaway County Commissioners granted $500,000 in American Rescue Plan Funds to the Pickaway County Community Foundation to aid nonprofits and provide a county focus on job training assistance.

A companion group of Marietta Community Foundation, the Women’s Giving Circle invested in the initiatives of three local nonprofits.

The Community Foundation for Crawford County awarded over $184,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors and current college students.

Rosanne Potter, senior vice president and chief financial officer for Cleveland Foundation, was honored as one of Cleveland's most accomplished women leaders at the YWCA of Greater Cleveland’s Women of Achievement Awards. 

The Raymond John Wean Foundation hosted the Mahoning Valley Community Development learning visit and offered their Akron peers the opportunity to learn more about the strategic partnership between the Wean Foundation, Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership and Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation. 

The $100,000 effort for Mansfield/Richland County branding gained financial support from the Richland County Foundation, among others. 

An account to support Operation Cloverleaf is at The Troy Foundation, and the money donated is used to replace dead trees and shrubs.

The Springfield Foundation received $40,000 from Springfield's allocation of $44.2 million in American Rescue Plan funding that aims to provide local municipalities relief due to the strains caused by the pandemic.

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