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Ohio Philanthropy News - November 11, 2022

Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb's “listening tour” on education in the city, was funded by $35,000 each from the Cleveland Foundation and billionaires Jimmy and Dee Haslam, the owners of the Cleveland Browns.

Ohio Philanthropy News

Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb's “listening tour” on education in the city, was funded by $35,000 each from the Cleveland Foundation and billionaires Jimmy and Dee Haslam, the owners of the Cleveland Browns.

Ashland City Schools Foundation and Ashland County Community Foundation announced the recipients of their fall semester teacher mini-grants that allow 21 Ashland County educators to implement innovative programs and projects to advance student learning, both in and outside their classrooms.

The Community Foundation for Crawford County's board set aside $35,000 for a second contribution for every donation on Giving Tuesday this year.

Contributors to Habitat for Humanity's and Women Build's 112th house built in the Mid-Ohio Valley included the Marietta Community Foundation

Striving to support even more organizations doing good work, the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley spent 2022 improving community outreach opportunities.

Thanks to a grant the parks division received from the Greater Dayton disaster relief fund at The Dayton Foundation, the City of Beavercreek is replanting trees destroyed by the Memorial Day tornadoes in 2019.

The PNC Foundation awarded $100,000 in grants to the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley and the Youngstown Business Incubator to support financial empowerment to six neighborhoods and increase the level of entrepreneurship to minority and disadvantaged businesses.

Foundation for Appalachian Ohio invites professionals aged 18-35 in the kindergarten-through-12th-grade workforce to apply for its Growing Home Fellowship.

Richland County Foundation Senior Community Investment Officer Allie Watson received the 2022 Emerging Ohio Philanthropist Award at Philanthropy Ohio’s Philanthropy Forward ’22 conference held recently in Cleveland.
 

On Giving Tuesday, The Community Foundation of Shelby County holds its Match Day; this year 25 local charities ask supporters to make a gift to the community foundation that they will match up to a total of $5,000 per charity.

The Charles D. Berry Foundation paid for the cost of new socks and shoes and a supply of shoes for future requests during an event with The House of Bread and Shoes 4 the Shoeless. 

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