Seven nonprofits are finalists for Impact 100 grants. Members of Impact 100 will have a chance to evaluate the finalists during presentations at the annual Awards Celebration.
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Governing Board approved $2 million in Community Fund grants in its second quarter. During the grant cycle, the foundation invested $815,000 in programs that improve the self-sufficiency of area families.
Great Parks Foundation received an anonymous donation to create the Caleb Simpson Scholarship Fund. Simpson, 23, died in a canoeing accident in May.
The Physicians Charitable Foundation of Mercy-Anderson Hospital gave $15,000 in college scholarships to seven students, as well as $2,500 in awards. U.S. Rep. Brad Wenstrup joined the physicians in announcing the winners.
Two nonprofits have received $500 awards from the Zonta Service Fund of Cincinnati as part of a new grant program. Find out who and how you apply for their next round of grants…
Northern Kentucky University has offered to give New Life Furniture all furniture from a dorm that is being redecorated. But volunteers are needed!
TriHealth announced a landmark $100 million, multi-year investment to expand and enhance its cancer care capabilities throughout Greater Cincinnati – starting with a $62 million investment in a new Comprehensive Cancer Care Center at Bethesda North Hospital.
Martha and Carl H. Lindner III have committed $500,000 to United Way of Greater Cincinnati for the Child Poverty Collaborative’s One to One Family Initiative.
Their gift will be recognized as part of United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s 2017 annual campaign and, outside of United Way, is the largest and most long-term of all contributions toward the Child Poverty Collaborative.
Bethesda Inc. has given a $85,000 grant to Every Child Succeeds to evaluate and publish the results of a pilot program to pair home health visitors with community health workers to improve the health and well-being of at-risk mothers and their babies.