The Greater Cincinnati Foundation awarded a $50,000 Cultural Vibrancy Grant to Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park to help fund its Diverse Voices program, bringing residents together around arts experiences.
Nine students received new laptops as part of the University of Cincinnati Medical Mentor Program, or Med Mentors. The laptops were made possible by a gift from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
The Center for Addiction Treatment and Cintrifuse received $150,000 grants from Bethesda Inc. to develop programs that could lead to breakthroughs in health care delivery.
High school juniors have the opportunity to participate in the annual Students of Integrity Scholarship program.
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation will help ensure student preparedness for post-high school success with an $80,000 grant. The Louis & Louise Nippert Charitable Foundation will assist CYC mentoring services with a $20,000 grant.
The grants this year will bring Impact 100’s total philanthropic investment in the Greater-Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region to more than $3.6 million. Impact 100 empowers women to dramatically improve lives by collectively funding significant grants intended to make a lasting impact on the community.
Over the past 63 years, the Montgomery Woman’s Club has given more than $1 million toward schools, equipment and scholarships, while also supporting the Sycamore Student Cultural Series.