Ohio Philanthropy News - March 15, 2019

Friday, March 15, 2019

Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation endows chair for urological cancer research at Cleveland Clinic.
Hispanic Business Center announces art entrepreneurs project funding program in partnership with Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
15th year for CBC / Vectren Lead The Way Scholarship.
Raised beds soon to boast bountiful harvest; supported by Mary Rutan Foundation and Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.
Jewish Federation of Cleveland takes new approach to security.
Excellence in Teaching is sponsored by the Springfield Rotary Club, Ohio Edison, the Springfield Foundation and the Chamber of Greater Springfield.
Donations come in, including from the Community Foundation of Lorain County and the Nord Family Foundation, but more needed for Let's Get Real.
Honoring women’s contributions to diversity: event sponsors included the International Institute, a component fund of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, and Nancy K Morris Endowment Fund.
Project LIFT to help Tri-State families escape poverty by connecting them to resources; partners include Job & Family Services, The Community Action Agency, Cincinnati’s Metropolitan Housing Authority and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.
Details on the Cleveland State - Parker Hannifin program

A $500K donation from the Howard and Gwyn DuBois Family Fund of Oxford Community Foundation will help this Butler County city continue its aggressive bike path plan.
Lutheran Social Services, ProMedica earn grants from the Citi Foundation and Local Initiatives Support Corporation joint Bridges to Career Opportunities initiative.
Ohio Soybean Council Foundation awards $44,000 in scholarships. 

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