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Ohio Philanthropy News - May 19, 2023

Greater Cincinnati Foundation announced Matthew Randazzo as its new president and CEO, replacing Ellen Katz.

Ohio Philanthropy News

Greater Cincinnati Foundation announced Matthew Randazzo as its new president and CEO, replacing Ellen Katz.

The University of Dayton will receive a $450,000 grant from The Dayton Foundation to fund education, research and community outreach to help improve prevention, treatment and rehabilitation for traumatic brain injuries.

During Richland County Foundation's annual meeting, president Brady Groves reported the foundation granted $8,805,272 in 2022.

Jill Miller, president and CEO of bi3, said they made a $9 million investment at TriHealth to integrate behavioral health services throughout adult and pediatric primary care.

The Muskingum County Community Foundation awarded $69,934 in grants to 20 local organizations through the spring grant competition.

The Cleveland Foundation has given $2.5 million as a capital-building grant to Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET), a Cleveland nonprofit consulting group leading the hiring push for manufacturing job openings.

Goodwill Easterseals Miami Valley will receive a $35,000 grant from CareSource as part of their $2.55 million donation to Easterseals in late 2022.

Dr. Marissa Miller was selected as the Shelby Foundation’s new board chairperson.

Homeless Hands of Zanesville received funding from the Dale Hileman Legacy Fund through the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio

Athletes with the NIL Collective, Cohesion teamed up with the Lindy Infante Foundation to collect new and gently used sports and playground equipment to provide an affordable and accessible option to under-resourced youth groups.

The Marietta Community Foundation distributed $141,825 to local nonprofits from the 2023 Spring Grant Cycle.

Thanks to financial support from the Knox County Foundation, the Richland County Foundation and friends of the university, a limited number of scholarships for summer academic camps at Mount Vernon Nazarene University are available for those with financial needs.

The annual Lakota Educator of Excellence Awards, co-sponsored by the Northern Cincinnati Foundation, recognize two teachers and a school building administrator in a long-time tradition each school year for Butler County’s largest school system.

The Piqua Community Foundation awarded $67,684 to organizations serving Piqua residents.

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