Ohio Philanthropy News - November 8, 2019

Friday, November 8, 2019

Columbus State opened a food bank for low-income students; The Market was supported by Cardinal Health Foundation, which gave a $700,000 grant; Kroger and Wasserstrom provided in-kind support of grocery equipment.
Pataskala teachers declared 'Leaders for Learning' by Licking County Foundation.
Richland County Foundation’s Richland Gives launched and may top $1 million in fifth year.
Sculpture fundraising nears completion thanks to The Troy Foundation, Duke Foundation and the Robinson Foundation.
Dayton-area grant-awarding foundations including The Troy Foundation, The Dayton Foundation, The Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty, The Turner Foundation, The Community Foundation of Shelby County, Mathile Family Foundation and The Kettering Family Foundation boost funding efforts.
Stambaugh Youth Concert Band receives $10,000 donation from The Monday Musical Club Fund of The Youngstown Foundation.
“There is no manual.” Inside The Dayton Foundation's response to a mass shooting.
Accelerator guides musicians on how to make a living from their art, backed by People’s Liberty and ArtsWave.
Akron's Devil Strip magazine aims for greener grass in co-op model, supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Drug Free. Hire Me! Rally draws more than 600 teens, sponsored by the Marion Community Foundation and OhioHealth.
The Paul G. Duke Foundation, a supporting foundation of the Columbus Foundation, awards grants.

Boat ramps and the Village of Fairport Harbour funded by a $60,000 grant from The Cleveland Foundation.
Greater Cleveland Food Bank will offer financial coaching to 40 families thanks to funding from Citizen’s Bank.
Deborah Barnett named local census coordinator; her salary is funded by the city, the county and the Greater Toledo Community Foundation.
Three Arches Foundation welcomes new board member.
The Raymond John Wean Foundation, Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, Youngstown Foundation and Mercy Health Foundation advance the region’s quality of life.
Williamsport and Deercreek EMS receives grant from The Pickaway County Community Foundation and the Yamarick Family Fund.
The Tinora Music Boosters was awarded a grant of $4,000 from the Defiance Area Foundation.
Kent State hosts THINKBIG conversation, organized by Stark Community Foundation, to help strengthen Stark. 

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