Ohio Philanthropy News - March 5, 2021

Friday, March 5, 2021


Cuyahoga Arts & Culture helps artists shine their brightest.
The Cleveland Foundation promoted Lillian Kuri to the newly created position of executive vice president and chief operating officer.
After 30 years in education, Darla Stitzlein will retire from her position as executive director of the Holmes County Education Foundation.
Ashtabula Foundation nears their campaign goal.
Greater Toledo Community Foundation approved grants to help the Junction neighborhood.
Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague announced the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio project proposal is Pay for Success appropriate and ready through the ResultsOHIO program.
Licking County Foundation donors help North Fork students.

The Bryan Area Foundation, Joyce Reader Foundation and Newlyn Quest collectively raised about half the cost of 100 new robes for the Bryan choir program and 80 new raincoats for the band program.

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