Ohio Philanthropy News - October 26, 2018

Friday, October 26, 2018

15 teachers in 4-county area get mini-grants from The Turning Foundation and The Raymond John Wean Foundation.
 
Cincinnati getting electric-assist bicycles with help from the city, Duke Energy and $100,000 from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation.
 
Trumbull County looks to diversify economy after manufacturing’s decline; Shari Harrell of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley has been working on building a cohesive community and good jobs in the Mahoning Valley.
 
3 in 10 Ohioans do not believe addiction is a disease according to a poll sponsored by Interact for Health.
 
All-In Cincinnati: New report details costly impact of racism, offers recommendations for change; coalition supported by the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.
 
Local non-profit partners comment on $40 million investment commitment from Erie Community Foundation.
 
New CHS media center opens thanks to $15,000 grant from the Ashtabula Foundation.
 
United Way of Greater Cincinnati adds to C-suite.
  
Gateway Film Center lends local artists space, resources for film-related art, funded by grant money from the Puffin Foundation West and the Greater Columbus Arts Council.

Hispanic Fund, an Affiliate Fund of the Community Foundation of Lorain County, celebrates community and philanthropy with grants for Lorain County.
 
Saint Luke's Foundation announces $1.6 million in grants.
 
Artist plans 456 portraits to explore environmental risk of sexual violence in Cleveland as part of the Cleveland Foundation's Creative Fusion residency.
 
Smoke and CO detectors given to area fire departments by State Farm Fire Safety Fund of the Licking County Foundation.
 
Donation helps Pennridge FISH aid those in need from the Parker Hannifin Foundation.
 
Bryan Area Foundation increased assets by $1.4M last fiscal year.
 
Mathile Family Office names new president.
 
Early childhood literacy an 'enormous driver' for Tipp City Foundation.
 
Summit Senior Coalition launches GettingWiser.org for Summit County seniors, disabled residents funded by Akron Community Foundation. 

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