Ohio Philanthropy News - October 5, 2018

Friday, October 5, 2018

United Way launching census of Central Ohio's LGBTQ community.
Cleveland Foundation awards $8 million in grants to support arts, youth services, education, job training and development.
People's Liberty grantee recognizes these Cincinnati companies for gender equity.
Land Bank, neighborhood group, combat blight with help from The Raymond John Wean Foundation’s Neighborhood Success fund.
The Defiance Foundation is encouraging and supporting the community.
Community Foundation for Crawford County celebrates Good Neighbor Day in New Washington.
Troy Foundation awards 20 grants.
A Picture's Worth: New nonprofit tells stories through the power of photos and audio with the contribution of a $7,500 grant from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr., US Bank Foundation.
S. Theresa Carter, president of OMNOVA Solutions Foundation, to receive Greater Akron Chamber’s H. Peter Burg Award.
Youngstown Foundation awards $1.2M in grants.
Wapakoneta Area Community Foundation shows community's pride with annual grants.
Ohio State Bar Foundation announces 2018 annual award winners.

JPMorgan Chase grants to help tackle Ohio's affordable housing shortage, promote development in targeted neighborhoods.
On the Table serves up discussion on improving Akron-area communities with the help from The Akron Community Foundation and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Southeast Canton park renovated thanks to Peoples Baptist Church, Skyline Terrace Apartments, Stark Community Foundation, Sisters of Charity, John Pavlis Construction, city of Canton and individuals Roland Burns, David J. Elliot, Canton Parks and Recreation Director Doug Foltz and Canton Councilwoman Chris Smith.
Clark County Fairgrounds receives truck from Ohio Edison FirstEnergy Foundation.
Cleary fills in as CEO at the Barberton Community Foundation.
Grants to fund AG-career exploration projects from the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation.
2018 Barnesville Community Foundation Brad Detling Memorial Scholarship recipients named.

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