Ohio Philanthropy News - November 16, 2018

Friday, November 16, 2018

Osteopathic Heritage Foundations announces new VP.
Donna Decker honored with Ben Franklin Award by the Wayne County Community Foundation.
Chamber honors community members including the 2018 Outstanding Educator of the Year Irene Imboden who was presented with a $1,000 grant from the Troy Foundation.
Save a Warrior secures dollar matching donation up to $500,000 with help from the Columbus Foundation.
Ashland County Community Foundation awards mini-grants.
Akron's Truly Reaching You program gives former inmates skills for success in work, life with support from United Way of Summit County, Gov. John Kasich's Faith Based and Community Initiatives, Cuyahoga Falls' JAH Foundation, and Hudson's PEGS Foundation.
Program helps low-income families find nicer homes, better schools, learn life skills with support from the Columbus Foundation, the United Way of Central Ohio, the Columbus Realtors Foundation, and Fifth Third Bank.
$100k grant to help convert former downtown Marion cigar shop to healthy food market from Marion Community Foundation.

Community Foundation for Crawford County celebrates an Evening of Philanthropy in Galion.
Dayton Foundation offers non-profit grants.
Local family focuses on power of kindness and positivity as one of the 2018 People's Liberty grant recipients.
Their Mission: healthier communities; Mercy Health Foundation initiatives.

Executive VP, COO of Charles F. Kettering Foundation announced.
Lakeland Community Foundation gives $1M in assets to Lorain County Community Foundation.
Fayette County Board of DD creates endowment fund with Greene Giving.
Zipping toward the goal at Defiance Elementary School thanks to a donation from the Defiance Area Foundation.

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture extends its reach with approval of $12 million in grants.
Soap Box Derby receives $20,000 Akron Community Foundation grant.
Vibrant new sculpture installed in Canton’s Music Block thanks to Stark Community Foundation. 

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With National Philanthropy day coming up next week, I’m excited to recognize a number of individuals and organizations receiving awards – including our own annual awards that we presented recently – for the contributions they make every day to improve communities and lives in Ohio. Read more. 

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