Ohio Philanthropy News - October 11, 2019

Friday, October 11, 2019

Playground dedicated at Quinby Park with funding from the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley’s William Swanston Charitable Fund.

August Napoli of the United Way of Greater Cleveland announces Impact Institute, calls racism root of poverty.

Baldwin Wallace breaks ground on new $25 million STEM building with gifts from the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation, OEC, the Harding Family Charitable Trust, FirstEnergy Foundation and FirstEnergy Corporation.

Dominion Energy offers $110,000 in Community Impact Awards to Ohio nonprofits.

Helping those held back by racial inequality advances our entire community says Ellen Katz, president and CEO of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

Community Foundation for Crawford County recognizes outgoing board members, Brad Starkey and Annie Carter.

Meet the people who raised $5 million for victims of the mass shooting and tornadoes, donated to funds established by The Dayton Foundation.

Toledo Community Foundation rebrands as something 'greater.'

Four aspiring Fairfax writers prepare to take on Cleveland with their stories, supported by The Cleveland Foundation.

Oak Hill begins Digital Inclusion Week with 3D printing, supported with a $20,000 grant from The Youngstown Foundation.
Stark Community Foundation’s Women’s Fund awards 2019 grants at annual gathering.

Susan G. Komen unveils $26M investment in researching metastasis, new treatments.

United Way of Summit County opens Family Resource Center at Robinson CLC. 

New Blog Post

Celebrating philanthropy in 2019
In Cincinnati last month for Philanthropy Forward ’19, we were thrilled to announce and applaud the 2019 Philanthropy Award winners. 

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