Ohio Philanthropy News - May 7, 2021

Friday, May 7, 2021

The Burton D. Morgan Foundation committed a $20K matching grant to the Ottawa County Community Foundation Sustainability Fund.
Springfield Foundation hit a record $100M in assets.
The Richland County Foundation’s Women's Fund encouraged the public to honor someone special for Mother’s Day.
Daniel Cohn, Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation; and Dale Anglin and Leon Wilson, The Cleveland Foundation; discussed community inequities highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Courtesy of the Haslam and Johnson families and the Cleveland Browns Foundation’s Browns Give Back, the Shaw Stadium will mark the 10th high-quality synthetic turf field installed in Northeast Ohio.
Honda of America Marysville gave a $15K grant to provide helmets to children throughout Ohio.
From microgrids to wind farms, the nation’s first community foundation, The Cleveland Foundation, is acting on climate.
Columbus Business First named Doug Kridler of the Columbus Foundation and Lisa Courtice of the United Way of Central Ohio in the top 100 most influential people in Columbus.
Southwestern Energy and the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley are giving over $10K in grants for teachers to support STEM projects in their classrooms.
The Butler County Medical Society donated $5K to the Butler County United Way to fight hunger throughout the county.

The Medina Hospital Foundation awarded $32K in scholarships.
Jewish Federation of Cleveland task force seeks to ease grieving in COVID-19.

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