Ohio Philanthropy News - November 9, 2019

Friday, November 9, 2018

APAC center receives donations from The Troy Foundation and The Robinson Foundation.
 
Study shows Akron blacks are excluded from economic opportunity; the study was conducted by the city of Akron, the county of Summit, Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce and GAR foundation.
 
Team NEO releases new ‘roadmap' on the industrial Internet of Things, supported by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation.
 
Youngstown Foundation to receive Valley Impact Award.
 
Richland Gives campaign announces new incentives, thanks to the generosity of donors at the Richland County Foundation.
 
Women's Fund, an affiliate fund of the Community Foundation of Lorain County, awards over $18,000 in grants to support Lorain County women, children.
 
Nord Family Foundation awards $2.4 million in grants.
 
2019 Lorain County Difference Makers announced, including the 'Excellence in Leadership Award' for the Nordson Corporation Foundation.

13 groups will split nearly $100,000 from Middletown Community Foundation.
 
Bridgestone opens new automotive training lab with Akron Public Schools; supported by the United Way of Summit County.
 
Medical center lands its biggest grant ever to treat patients from SL Gimbel Foundation.

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