Ohio Philanthropy News - September 20 ,2019

Friday, September 20, 2019

Next week, we will be at Philanthropy Forward '19! The next issue of Ohio Philanthropy News will be out on October 4. See you in Cincinnati!

Cleveland Jewish News introduced the 18 Difference Makers of 2019; including, August “Augie” Napoli, United Way of Greater Cleveland, President and CEO.
 
Holy Name High School unveils new chemistry lab and science-based Anatomage Table thanks to funding from The Lubrizol Foundation.
 
Middletown schools program receives $15K grant to help students when leaving the district from the Westfield Insurance Foundation as part of the Westfield Legacy of Caring program.
 
Three Athens County residents honored for service to others with 2019 Jenco Awards, conferred by the Jenco Foundation Fund and the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio.
 
Foundations on list, including The Cleveland Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, KeyBank Foundation and Peg's Foundation, post 10.6% increase in giving.
 
New Albany Community Foundation in focus: businesses embrace New Albany’s culture of giving.
 
Cleveland philanthropist Mort Mandel of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation receives honorary doctorate from Tel Aviv University.
 
New public art database creates searchable inventory of public art in Columbus and Ohio, produced by the Greater Columbus Arts Council and supported by the Ohio Arts Council.
 
Defiance Area Foundation celebrates 40th anniversary.
 
United Way of Greater Lorain County's annual report shows strides in education.
 
Stark Community Foundation gives $1M for food hub.

United Way of North Central Ohio kicks off annual fundraising campaign.
 
The Russell and Mary Gimbel Foundation donates $1,500 to Hospice of North Central Ohio.
 
Akron Community Foundation awards new round of grants.
 

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