The Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding $3.8 million to Strategies to End Homelessness and Lighthouse Youth Services to support efforts to end youth homelessness by 2020.
The Scripps Howard Foundation, which is based in Cincinnati, distributed $800,000 in community grants in Greater Cincinnati, with most going to nonprofits battling heroin addiction and improving the lives of people in poverty.
The Zonta Service Fund of Cincinnati – the Zonta Club of Cincinnati’s nonprofit arm – is accepting grant applications from area nonprofit organizations for service projects.
University of Cincinnati alumni Margaret and Michael Valentine have donated $5 million to benefit the Fifth Third Arena renovation project – the largest gift to the project to date.
The Andrew Jergens Foundation, a private foundation client of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, has reached a milestone – $20 million granted to the community since its inception in 1962.
“Shark Tank” has nothing on the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. The Jewish Innovation Funds recently awarded $80,000 in start-up capital to four innovators.