Skip to main content

Ohio Philanthropy News - March 22, 2024

American Electric Power makes a $30K donation to the West Ohio Food Bank.

Ohio Philanthropy News

American Electric Power makes a $30K donation to the West Ohio Food Bank.

The Youngstown Foundation contributed $250K toward the $3.4M goal for a 1.5-acre project with The Friends of Fellows Riverside Gardens.

The Knox County Foundation provides scholarship support for Knox County residents with financial needs to attend the Mount Vernon Nazarene University’s Academic Summer Camps.

The Salem Community Foundation is donating $10M to construct the proposed new K-8 school in the Salem City School District, following the passing of the levy.

The Muskingum County Community Youth Foundation is gearing up for a celebration of hope and support with the return of the You Matter 5K race this spring.

Community West Foundation awards over $900K to nonprofits in Lorain and Cuyahoga counties.

Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation offers over $30K in academic healthcare scholarships.

The United Way of Tuscarawas County thanks volunteers and supporters after another record year of giving, raising over $770K for their 81st annual campaign.

Other Member News

The Dayton Foundation has reached a record level of giving, with more than $1.37B awarded to charities since its inception in 1921. 

The Tipp City Foundation will award a record-breaking amount of grants this year, nearing $175K.

Richland County Foundation college scholarship applications must begin by April 1.

The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District announced a groundbreaking new partnership with the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, which has a $5M endowment.

Latest NewsMore News

How Ohio Gives

Ohio has a strong tradition of charitable giving, starting with the creation of the first community foundation in the world as well as thousands of private foundations, federated
Upcoming EventsMore Events
April 30

Designing Tomorrow's Library Today

Learn about the Cleveland Public Library’s ongoing efforts to reinvest in city neighborhoods by reimagining and reinventing branches throughout the system as placemaking anchors.