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To assist donors and others in strengthening and improving our community for the benefits of all its residents.
1234 East Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43205-1453
Phone: 614/251-4000
The Cleveland Foundation
The Cleveland Foundation has helped citizens give back to their community since 1914. Still, many societal ills remain, and some are worsening. We must develop new ways of educating, creating jobs and wealth, and solving problems we have only begun to comprehend.
1422 Euclid Avenue, Suite 1300, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF)
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) helps people make the most of their giving to build a better community. We believe in the power of philanthropy to change the lives of people and communities.
200 West Fourth St.Cincinnati, OH 45202
Catholic Community Foundation
Dedicated to enriching the lives of others by encouraging faithful philanthropy, the Foundation supports the mission of the Diocese of Cleveland to provide for the spiritual, educational and charitable needs of people throughout Northeast Ohio
1404 East Ninth Street | Cleveland OH 44114
P: (216) 696-6525 or (800) 869-6525 | F: (216) 348-0740
The L Brands Foundation
Going hand-in-hand with our efforts to help improve education is our commitment to enriching the cultural arts. We believe that vibrant cultural arts are synonymous with dynamic and diverse communities - exposing us to new works and different perspectives that not only entertain, but educate and challenge us to think about how we live.
Three Limited Parkway, Columbus, OH 43230
The Nationwide Foundation
Through Nationwide’s Community Impact Model, the foundation assesses the needs in our community and awards grants that support organizations that provide emergency and basic needs, crisis stabilization, personal and family empowerment and community enrichment.
Mathile Family Foundation
The Mathile Family Foundation is a multi-generational philanthropic foundation established by MaryAnn and Clayton Mathile. The Foundation serves children and families in need throughout the Miami Valley by providing grants to organizations whose programs align with the Foundation’s mission and focus areas.
P.O. Box 13615,Dayton, OH, 45413-0615
(937) 264-4600
The George Gund Foundation
The George Gund Foundation Fellowship provides an opportunity for promising professionals to work inside the Foundation, a philanthropic organization that plays a vital role in supporting the civic life of Greater Cleveland and in various national policy deliberations that impact our community. The Fellowship is a two-year, full-time commitment beginning in summer 2016, requiring residence in Northeast Ohio during the term of engagement.
1845 Guildhall Building, 45 Prospect Avenue, West Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Phone 216 241.3114, Fax 216 241.6560
 Jack, Joseph, & Morton Mandel Foundation
The Mandel Foundation was established by Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel, of Cleveland, Ohio. Its primary mission is to help provide outstanding leadership for the nonprofit world. The Foundation supports leadership education programs in its own institutions and at selected universities and organizations.
1000 Lakeside Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Tel: (216) 875-6523, Fax: (216) 875-6550
The Dayton Foundation
We provide unmatched services, resources, support and counsel to help individuals achieve their charitable giving goals; we assist other nonprofits by funding important initiatives and offering our expertise to help them operate more effectively; and we’re helping build a better Dayton by identifying important issues and bringing together the people and organizations who can solve them.
40 N. Main Street, Suite 500, Dayton, Ohio 45423
(937) 222-0410
Keybank Foundation
The Foundation’s mission is to support organizations and programs that prepare individuals for thriving futures and is advanced through the two funding priorities of thriving students and a thriving workforce.
800 Superior Avenue, 1st floor, Mailcode OH-01-02-0126
The Macy's Foundation
Grants in our HIV/AIDS focus area included sponsorship of awareness walks and runs, as well as funding for meals and nutrition programs, housing programs, and research and counseling initiatives. We contributed to environmental programs covering both conservation and preservation, including sponsorship of Earth Day activities, plant programs for children at botanical gardens, and animal preservation and awareness programs at zoos and aquariums.
7 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. US Bank Foundation
The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation is an independent family foundation dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for residents in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. We are concentrating our efforts and resources in areas about which Carol and Ralph were most passionate: Arts and Culture, Community Development, Education, and Human Services.
425 Walnut Street, CN-OH-W11F, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Saint Luke's Foundation of Cleveland, Ohio
Saint Luke’s Foundation, a private hospital conversion foundation located in Cleveland, Ohio, is dedicated to improving and transforming the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities.
2721 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Cleveland, OH, 44104
(216) 431-8010
The Kroger Co. Foundation
Through The Kroger Co. Foundation, we award millions of dollars in grants every year to local organizations that have been recommended by our retail operating divisions. In addition to supporting food banks, breast cancer organizations, and other organizations that help individuals achieve their full potential, the Foundation has provided financial support to a variety of other worthy grant recipients
1014 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-1100
Toledo Community Foundation, Inc.
In addition to that of responsive grant maker, the Foundation plays a variety of other civic roles such as educator, catalyst or convenor on key community issues and makes available the expertise of its professional staff to a wide range of community efforts.
300 Madison Ave. Suite 1300, Toledo, OH 43604
Telephone: (419) 241-5049
The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati
Interact for Health improves the health of people in the Cincinnati region by being a catalyst for health and wellness. We accomplish our mission by promoting healthy living through grants, education, and policy. Interact for Health is an independent nonprofit that serves 20 counties in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Rookwood Tower, 3805 Edwards Road; Suite 500, Cincinnati, OH, 45209-1948
Eaton Charitable Fund
Each year, we contribute approximately $5 million to nonprofit organizations in support of community improvement, education, and arts and cultural programs. A significant portion of our charitable contributions are designated to United Way, matching the generous support of our employees Eaton's employees embody the spirit of volunteerism and have a significant influence on how Eaton's charitable funds are distributed.
4900 Tiedeman Rd, OH,Brooklyn, OH, 44144
The GAR Foundation
Through the years, GAR has awarded over $225 million in grants  to nonprofit organizations who advance our strategies in the areas of education, basic needs and independence, arts and culture, and civic enhancement. Our mission is to invest in Greater Akron to promote quality of life, education, and economic opportunities for its people, in a culturally vibrant community.
277 East Mill Street, Akron, OH 44308
Phone: 330.576.2926, Fax: 330.294.5315
Akron Community Foundation
we are committed to:Serving Akron and surrounding areas with creative, visionary and sensitive grants that address the evolving needs of an area experiencing rapid economic and social change, Devoting special emphasis to programs that enrich the community in the following distinct areas: arts and culture, education, health and human services, and civic affairs and Advising fundholders in areas of charitable concern and helping them achieving the highest likelihood of beneficial results
345 West Cedar St., Akron, OH 44307
The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation
The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation seeks to assist Greater Cleveland's organizations and leaders to improve the health and well-being of the Jewish and general communities now and for generations to come. Funds are available for Health of the Jewish Community, Health of the Urban Community, Academic Medicine & Bioscience and Health Policy
Allen Memorial Medical Library Building, 11000 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106-1714
Stark Community Foundation
We believe that there are three essential ingredients to a healthy and vibrant community: economic development, education, and strong neighborhoods. Our major focus areas concentrate our attention on these essential ingredients.
400 Market Avenue N., Ste. 200
Canton, Ohio 44702
The Hamilton Community Foundation, Inc.
Today we are the largest community foundation in  Butler County  helping our donors transform their passions into powerful giving. We are the trusted steward of more than  500 individual funds ranging in value from $5,000 to $1 million, established by area families, private foundations, corporations and area philanthropists. We carefully invest these funds and the income is used to make grants that strengthen our community.
319 North Third Street ~ Hamilton, Ohio 45011
(513) 863-1717
The Nord Family Foundation
The Nord Family Foundation, in the tradition of its founders, Walter and Virginia Nord, endeavors to build community through support of projects that bring opportunity to the disadvantaged, strengthen the bond of families, and improve the quality of people's lives.
747 Milan Avenue, Amherst, OH, 44001
(440) 984-3939
The FirstEnergy Foundation
The FirstEnergy Foundation traditionally provides funding to: Help improve the vitality of our communities and support key safety initiatives, Promote local and regional economic development and revitalization efforts, Support FirstEnergy employee community leadership and volunteer interests, Advance an educated workforce by supporting professional development and literacy, and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education initiatives
FirstEnergy Foundation, 76 S. Main Street
Akron, OH 44308-1890
Stranahan Foundation
The Stranahan Foundation is a family-governed foundation headquartered in Toledo, Ohio.  We consider grant requests twice annually.  A small sampling of our grant-funded programs, pictured above, illustrates how the organizations we support benefit individuals, families and communities in diverse and meaningful ways.
4169 N. Holland-Sylvania Rd. #201, Toledo OH  43623
The Lubrizol Foundation
The mission of The Lubrizol Foundation is to complement and support the interests, values and vision of The Lubrizol Corporation by awarding financial support to educational institutions and charitable organizations in communities primarily within the United States where Lubrizol operates major facilities.
29400 Lakeland Blvd.
Wickliffe, OH 44092-2298
Tel:  +1 440-347-1797
The Scripps Howard Foundation
We promise our communities to build and improve their quality of life. Through educational programs, grants and scholarships we advance that cause. You will find our focus is on journalistic excellence and thriving communities. It’s our belief the free press is vital to all of our futures, and serving those around us, serves us all.
312 Walnut Street, 28th floor
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202
The Burton D. Morgan Foundation
A free enterprise society that supports entrepreneurship and cultivates economically independent citizens who contribute to the improvement of their communities.
22 Aurora Street
Hudson, Ohio 44236
(P) 330-655-1660, (F) 330-655-1673
Barberton Community Foundation
The Barberton Community Foundation (BCF) has been committed to improving the quality of life for Barberton residents since 1996, through the continual giving power of the original endowment and through funds established by donors with their hearts focused on Barberton.
460 W. Paige Avenue
Barberton, OH 44203
(330) 745-5995
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