Ohio Philanthropy News - November 22, 2019

Friday, November 22, 2019

Courtney McNaull joins Ashland County Community Foundation as communications director.
 
Pam Siegenthaler honored for community service with JoAnn Dutton award from the Richland County Foundation.
 
The George Gund Foundation announces a change at the top of its board of trustees.
 
United Way of Greater Cincinnati is working to close the gap in childhood education.
 
Grant from The Stranahan Supporting Organization of the Greater Toledo Community Foundation to fund gardening program at mental health center.
  
Marietta Community Foundation celebrates its 45th anniversary.
 
Family announces Tamir Rice Legacy Fund at Cleveland Foundation.
 
Fifth Third Foundation awards annual grant to local community development organizations.
 
Three Arches Foundation awards over $1.1 million in grants.
 
Knox County Foundation commits $60,000 toward bridging the skills gap.
 
Clovernook Center helps Contemporary Arts Center make exhibit accessible for people who are blind and visually impaired, funded by a $25,000 grant from the Louise Taft Semple Foundation.
 
Community Foundation for Crawford County names five new board members.
 
Delaware County Foundation hands out several awards.
 
Wayne County Community Foundation announces 2019 fall grants.
 
Toledo solar project will power car part manufacturer and fund The Greater Toledo Community Foundation.

Akron schools join Cleveland Browns Foundation’s initiative to improve attendance.
 
The village of Ney received a $10,000 grant from the Defiance Area Foundation.
 
University of Findlay received a grant provided by the AEP Foundation.
 
Bryan Area Foundation grants $10,000 to Bryan Kiwanis for playground equipment.
 
Greater Columbus Arts Council to move to historic downtown building.
 
Fifth Third Foundation donates more than $400,000 to Dayton-area causes.

Pelotonia raises 11-year-total of more than $207 million for cancer research with additional news that multi-year pledges for funding support from Huntington Bank and the L Brands Foundation have been renewed.

United Way Services of Northern Columbiana County campaign kicks off after receiving a grant of $30,000 from the Salem Community Foundation

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President Reagan declared November 15 National Philanthropy Day back in 1986 and the tradition of celebrating philanthropy has grown worldwide and here in Ohio.
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