Ohio Philanthropy News - September 7, 2018

Friday, September 7, 2018

The Big Table: Columbus Foundation brings community together through thoughtful conversations.
 
Cleveland Foundation's Creative Fusion artists will use data to reveal social, environmental issues.
 
The Raymond John Wean Foundation celebrates decade of SUCCESS.
 
Hocking County Community Fund created under the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio.
 
Brinkhaven receives grant for signs from the Community Foundation of Mount Vernon and Knox County.
 
Dayton History unveils Wright Brothers National Museum with the help of the Dayton Foundation, Virginia Toulmin’s fund, and the Berry family.
 
Bike trail connector plans on a roll; funded by Rep. Rick Perales, the Village of Yellow Springs, the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, Miami Township, and Clifton.

Gravity announces 10 local artists to install murals for project’s arts initiative with help from the Greater Columbus Arts Council.
 
Burton D. Morgan Foundation receives $3.75 million for scaleup initiatives from the Richard J. Fasenmyer Foundation.
 
Trumbull Memorial Health Foundation awards scholarships.
 
Goal of group: Build every child in need a bed; funded through donations from Kohl’s Cares, Lowe’s, River Church in Liberty Twp., Middletown Community Foundation.


New Blog Post

Deadline nears for annual philanthropy awards
It’s the time of the year that we celebrate the best of the best in philanthropy.
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Local Engagement Group - Infant and Maternal Mortality Crisis in Our Community
Tuesday, September 11
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