Ohio Philanthropy News - June 5, 2020

Friday, June 5, 2020

Greater Toledo Community Foundation creates second fund to aid with coronavirus efforts.
Honda donates 10,000 face shield kits to Kettering Health.
Salvation Army in Marietta continues to help those in need with help from the Marietta Community Foundation.
Greater Cleveland Rapid Response Fund announces new grants.
Midview Schools recognized with national award; a $65K grant from the Nord Family Foundation gave Midview the ability to expand its Project Lead The Way curriculum to all grade levels.
Richland County Foundation offers support for children’s summer activities.
Erie County Community Foundation helps residents through scholarships and grants.
Cleveland Foundation grant ensures promising future for rising scholars.
Summer camps for all ages are sponsored by The Troy Foundation, Friends of the Library and the Troy Lions Club.
Ashland County Community Foundation boosts scholarships for Class of 2020.
Jewish Federation of Cleveland issues statement in wake of George Floyd’s death and protests.
Greater Columbus Arts Council deploys artists to turn plywood into messages of hope.
Wayne County Community Foundation funds emergency grants.
Hundreds of Central Ohio business leaders, including Deborah Aubert Thomas of Philanthropy Ohio, sign on to support declaring racism a public health crisis.
LISC of Greater Cincinnati unveils Housing Our Future strategy with support from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.
Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp. progresses on fundraising for monastery building with a $30K donation from the Youngstown Foundation.
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation has committed $5M to the Lead Safe Home Fund.
Amy Miller is the new Bryan Area Foundation President/CEO.
River Valley's Gemma Starrs wins first Stevens scholarship through Marion Community Foundation.
The Community Foundation for Crawford County created a Program Related Investment Fund in conjunction with the Crawford Partnership to provide emergency loans to small businesses in Crawford County.
Cleveland City Council declares racism a public health crisis, launching community-wide effort to tackle inequities; United Way of Greater Cleveland and others have voiced their support.

The Stouder Memorial Foundation approved a $12K grant to Health Partners Free Clinic to alleviate the cost of follow-up care related to COVID-19 survivors.
New Albany Community Foundation donors are providing coronavirus assistance.     
Community West Foundation awards Harbor Court a $1K grant for their generosity.
Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty is built on community pride.
Akron Community Foundation approves nearly $120K for nonprofits assisting with the coronavirus crisis.
United Way of Greater Lorain County offers free tax preparation at Lorain library.
Edison seniors earn scholarships and awards from the Bergholz Community Foundation, Charles and Thelma Pugliese Charitable Foundation and others.

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