Ohio Philanthropy News - October 18, 2019

Friday, October 18, 2019

Mike and Stephanie Reardon recognized by Wayne County Community Foundation for quiet philanthropy.
Community Foundation for Crawford County holds annual meeting.
Salvation Army to open West Side outreach center for human-trafficking victims; donors include the city of Columbus, the Columbus Foundation, Osteopathic Heritage Foundations, the Reinberger Foundation, Worthington Industries and the West Side Community Fund.
Healthy Lakewood Foundation holds first community meeting.
New exhibit at Fort Steuben explores Ohio River’s importance; this exhibit has been produced in part with a grant from the Ohio Humanities Council.
Cleveland Foundation $40 million donation tops Say Yes to Education scholarship contributions.
Burton D. Morgan Foundation awards over $1 million in entrepreneurship, education grants.
BLINK brought the largest crowds ever to Cincinnati with support from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation and ArtsWave.
Three area nonprofits honored for community impact by the Greater Toledo Community Foundation and The Blade.

Finalists chosen in pitch competition for funders' grants; The Butler Foundation, The Charles H. Dater Foundation, The R.C. Durr Foundation, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky, The Scripps Howard Foundation, The Elsa Heisel Sule Foundation and United Way of Greater Cincinnati are supporting this program.
Dayton Foundation awards grant for disaster relief, Oregon District funds.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati names Fortune 500 company CEO as campaign chair.
Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors given to area fire departments thanks to the State Farm Fire Safety Fund of the Licking County Foundation.

Marietta Morning Rotary donates over $1,200 to reading program through the Marietta Community Foundation’s Imagination Library.
Cleveland businessman, philanthropist Morton Mandel of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation, dies.
Rotary Club honors Marion County's Dynamic Dozen, including Amber Wertman and Leslie Schneider of the United Way of North Central Ohio, Inc

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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