Ohio Philanthropy News - March 13, 2020

Friday, March 13, 2020

Former CEO of Greater Cincinnati Foundation dies at 77.

Community Foundation of Shelby County’s Prime the Pump Fund offers new opportunities.

Lorain County Complete Count Committee plans next big steps for the census including hiring a temporary census coordinator, funded by The Community Foundation of Lorain County and the Nord Family Foundation.

Imagination Library program to potentially start in Preble County thanks to The Dayton Foundation and Preble County United Way.

Susie Nelson, executive director of the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley, was elected Chair for the National Community Foundations board.

United Way of Richland County is closer to its annual fundraising goal with Dash to the Goal, Richlandopoly and a check presentation of $50,000 from Richland County Foundation on behalf of a foundation donor.

The Community Foundation for Crawford County sees an increase in education attainment.

Muskingum County Community Foundation is offering open house hours this month for “March Scholarship Madness."

EntrepreNEW, an entrepreneurial education program developed by Woodridge Local School District, in partnership with the city of Cuyahoga Falls, Burton D. Morgan Foundation and the Six District Educational Compact, will start in the next school year.

A joint project in Toledo by the port authority, the Greater Toledo Community Foundation and local industry earmarks profits for community needs.

Excellence in teaching: Greenon teacher helps students solve real world problems; the awards program is sponsored by the Springfield Rotary Club, Ohio Edison, The Springfield Foundation and The Chamber of Greater Springfield.

Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation appoints officers and new board member.

United Way of Union County honors Workplace Champions.

Akron Community Foundation announces nearly $3.6 million in grants.

Cleveland Museum of Art will receive its largest gift in 60 years; the Keithleys, prominent local philanthropists, have donated more than 100 artworks valued at more than $100 million in total.

Lorain County Recorder's Office receives United Way of Greater Lorain County's Caring Cup award.


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