Ohio Philanthropy News - March 20, 2020

Friday, March 20, 2020

Ottawa County Community Foundation named the Economic Development Partner of the Year.

Muskingum County Community Foundation receives re-accreditation for transparency and integrity.

Mike Batchelor, president of the Erie Community Foundation, plans to retire after 30 years at the foundation.

Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley recently partnered with the Ohio Association of Foodbanks to distribute grants to 12 food pantries.

Emergency response fund started by the Ashland County Community Foundation for Ashland City Schools lunch program.

The United Way of Greater Cincinnati is helping with the coronavirus outbreak.

Anonymous $1M donation to The Emergency Response Fund at The Columbus Foundation will support local nonprofits.

A $50K donation from the Cleveland Foundation allowed the school district to offer bagged meals to adults who come in with kids at the school pick-up.

The Dayton Foundation and United Way of the Greater Dayton Area, along with a coalition of philanthropic, government and other individual partners, have joined together to establish the COVID-19 Response Fund for Greater Dayton.

Marietta Community Foundation approves $12K grant to help seniors.

Licking County Foundation donated $25K to the United Way of Licking County’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund.

The Greater Toledo Community Foundation established a COVID-19 Response Fund to help support northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan nonprofits.

Philanthropic community including The Abington Foundation, The Bruening Foundation, City of Cleveland, Cleveland Cavaliers and Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse organization, Cleveland Foundation, Cleveland Indians Charities, Cuyahoga County, The George Gund Foundation, HealthComp Foundation, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation, KeyBank Foundation, Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation, Reinberger Foundation, Saint Luke's Foundation, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, Third Federal Foundation, United Way of Greater Cleveland and The Thomas H. White Foundation, a Key Trust, rallies to create $3.95M Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund.

Knox County Foundation to provide emergency nonprofit funding due to COVID-19.

Community Foundation of Lorain County grants $250K to Second Harvest Food Bank.

Village of Anna Endowment Fund awards grants.

United Way of Central Ohio is launching a fund to help Central Ohioans affected by COVID-19.

Akron Community Foundation creates $100K fund to help mitigate impact of the coronavirus outbreak.

Stark Community Foundation, in partnership with the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton and other local funders, have activated the foundation’s Immediate Impact Alert Fund.

Thrive is working to help Southern Lorain County residents stay healthy thanks to support from the United Way of Greater Lorain County.

United Way of North Central Ohio creates community fund in response to coronavirus.

Middletown Community Foundation approves $50K fund to help with coronavirus impact.

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