Ohio Philanthropy News - March 6, 2020

Friday, March 6, 2020

United Way of Greater Cleveland to create partner network to address poverty crisis.

HIT Foundation receives grant from CareSource Foundation.

Licking County Foundation reports that Sullivan Building exterior restoration is expected to be finished in May.

Mandel Foundation gift moves Hebrew Academy of Cleveland closer to campaign goal.

Endowment established at the Wayne County Community Foundation to benefit Wayne County Historical Society.

Camp Invention Summer STEM program coming to local areas thanks to Nordson Corporation Foundation, The Boeing Company and ShurTech Brands, LLC.

This annual West Chester event raises more than $100K for local charities, says Erin Clemons, president and CEO, Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty.

$41K given to groups that help Belmont County through the Belmont County Enrichment Fund at the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley.

Ashland County Community Foundation announces $25K ‘Community Choice’ grant opportunities.

Shelby Foundation awards $25K to Imagination District.

Read Across America Day is celebrated with Cleveland Browns Foundation donation to mail free books to East Cleveland kids.

Historic Fort Steuben offers the chance to look at history with the 12-panel display from the Ohio History Connection and the Ohio Humanities Council that celebrates the efforts of women who worked for the right to vote.

With funds raised from The Woman’s City Club of Greater Cincinnati and The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Marian Spencer sculpture is a big step closer to becoming a reality in Cincinnati.

Mansfield/Richland County branding campaign development picks up speed; the effort has various public and private funding sources, including the chamber, Destination Mansfield and the Richland County Foundation.

Deaconess Foundation leader to retire.

Children eligible for free books from Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library; local partners include Nationwide Children’s Hospital, AmeriHealth, Anthem Inc., Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, HNTB Corp., KeyBank, L Brands Foundation and Sedgwick.

Salem Community Foundation funds exercise gear and movie setup for parks.

Why Big Lots is spending $50M to support Nationwide Children's behavioral health efforts.

Phyllis Anderson leaves $1.75M to Middletown Community Foundation to assist medical students.

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