TOLEDO, June 24, 2019:
Board of Trustees of Toledo Community Foundation, Inc.
recently awarded grants totaling $382,284 from its Community
Funds to 12 area nonprofit organizations.
Grants from the Foundation’s unrestricted funds (aka Community
Funds) are considered two times annually, and are awarded only
to nonprofit, charitable organizations.
The next deadline for receipt of proposals is
August 15, 2019.
Toledo Community Foundation is the largest philanthropic
organization in northwest Ohio, committed to building healthy
communities and promoting the responsible stewardship of
Grants were recently awarded to the following organizations:
Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center – $52,800 was
awarded to support the Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy program, which offers specialized services for child
sexual assault victims and their families.
Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio – $25,000 was awarded to
support the 2019/2020 Lucas County Community Health Assessment.
JumpStart, Inc. – $50,000 was awarded to launch business
technical assistance services and network-building for fledgling
entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Kidney Foundation of Northwest Ohio – $30,000 was awarded to
support educational and awareness activities recommended as a
result of an external evaluation process.
Lott Industries – $10,000 was awarded to support the Healthy
Lucas County Housing Services Corporation – $30,592 was
awarded to support the Bridge to Independence and Success Pilot
Housing Program for young adults.
Metroparks Toledo Foundation – $100,000 was awarded to
support the preliminary engineering plans of the new downtown
metropark in the Marina District.
Pathway Inc. – $18,912 was awarded to support the Pathway
Inc. Sisters United project.
Perrysburg Heights Community Association – $15,000 was
awarded to support afterschool academic programming.
Social Services for the Arab Community – $10,000 was awarded
to support the ADVANCE program that helps limited English
speaking Arab immigrants and refugees connect to employers and
Toledo Museum of Art – $20,000 was awarded to support the
expansion of the Teens Leaders program.
Water for Ishmael – $19,980 was awarded to support the
Childcare Workforce Training project.
Toledo Community Foundation, Inc.
is a public charitable organization created to enrich the
quality of life for individuals and families in our area. In
existence since 1973, the Foundation has more than 860 funds
with assets of approximately $300 million. The Foundation
provides philanthropic services for individuals, families,
businesses and corporations to meet their charitable giving
For more information about Toledo Community Foundation, visit
www.toledocf.org or follow
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