The Richland County Foundation awarded educational program grants for this school year to local teachers across Richland County for their creative or supplemental programs not covered by school funding.
Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb announced the city will match ten $5,000 grants to help support small business restaurants struggling to find staff since the COVID-19 pandemic; the initial $50,000 was made possible by an investment from The George Gund Foundation.
Cleveland will receive a $2.5 million grant from KeyBank to support home repair programs for residents.
The Pickaway County Community Foundation distributed their beef to local food pantries as part of their yearly project that purchases beef raised by local youth participating in 4-H programming at the fair.
The Howley Foundation gave the Cleveland Clinic over $12 million, allowing the nurse scholars program to double enrollment to 50 students from Cleveland-area high schools annually.
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