Ohio Philanthropy News - October 25, 2019

Friday, October 25, 2019

‘Seen Unseen’ exhibit at Artists Archives in Cleveland highlights African-American artists, known and unknown supported by the Cleveland Foundation and the Ohio Arts Council.
Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge has three new fishing docks thanks to support from the Ottawa County Community Foundation, Sandusky County Communities Foundation, the Greater Toledo Community Foundation - Anderson's Supporting Organization Fund, Union Sportsmen's Alliance, Friends of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge and Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Aquatic Education Grant.
Little Village models Sweden for safe, stimulating play, supported by The Andrew Jergens Foundation and the Ohio Children's Foundation.
Governor Mike DeWine’s Lead Advisory Committee, which includes Marcia Egbert, The George Gund Foundation, holds first meeting in Cleveland with presentation from Dan Cohn, Mt. Sinai Healthcare Foundation, on the progress of the Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition.

Franklin County Commissioners to give $2M to Greater Columbus Arts Council to bolster arts funding.

2019 Cuyahoga Community Health Needs Assessment shows need for eliminating structural racism, reducing substance abuse; the United Way of Greater Cleveland is a 2019 partner on this assessment.
Funding, multi-million restoration plans announced for Newark's historic Sullivan Building through the Licking County Foundation.

Bryan Area Foundation holds annual meeting.

$1.32M raised for Catholic education at an event organized by the Catholic Community Foundation.

Duke Energy Foundation grants over $250,000 to aid in Greater Cincinnati environmental efforts
Susan G. Komen gives portion of research funding to OSU breast cancer doctor.
United Way of Central Ohio’s campaign “Volunteer United”.
Middletown Community Foundation's Woof-A-Palooza returns.
United Way of North Central Ohio, Marion Public Health and The Ohio State University Extension, Marion are the organizations at the forefront of the Marion Housing Coalition.
Cleveland Eye Bank Foundation makes grants to Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute and University Hospitals Eye Institute.
Donald H. Messinger receives Ohio State Bar Foundation’s Ramey Award. 

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