Ohio Philanthropy News - March 1, 2019

Friday, March 1, 2019

These college classes are going to work, thanks to a $340,000 Citizens Bank grant to refurbish the trailer as a classroom.
 
Foundation for Appalachian Ohio awards grants.
 
United Way's Dash To The Goal closing in on 2019 objective with a donation from an anonymous donor totaling $50,000 presented by The Richland County Foundation.
 
Rural community now offers addiction help, fully funded by the Morgan Family Foundation.
 
Bryan Area Foundation presents Dream Launcher grants.
 
Burton D. Morgan Foundation announces $3.5 million in grants for initiatives to support entrepreneurship in NE Ohio.
 
Amherst Nord Family Foundation names Anthony Richardson executive director.
 
An inside look at Cuyahoga Arts & Culture scene.
 
United Way of Greater Cleveland and United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland’s Collaboration.
 
Accelerate 2019′s winning civic pitch aims to help teen-refugees make new friends, presented by Cleveland Leadership Center with support from Citizens Bank, Nordson, Social Venture Partners, Westfield and The Lubrizol Corp.

Bridges of Hope receives $50,000 grant from The Dayton Foundation.
 
Bikur Cholim honors Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation and its president, Mitchell Balk.
  
First major grant announced by Isabelle Ridgway Foundation, a supporting organization of The Columbus Foundation.
 
United Way of Knox County announces campaign goal reached.
 
Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation reaches grant milestone.
 
Rite Aid Foundation brings Prescription Drug Safety program to Akron-area schools.
 
Local agencies receive grants from Allstate Foundation


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Before I leave
As I end my tenure leading Philanthropy Ohio at the end of February, I‘ve reflected on the experience and gathered some thoughts and reflections from my time here.

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