Over 2 Mil In Grants Awarded By Richland County Foundation

Over 2 Mil In Grants Awarded By Richland County Foundation

  • 6/11/2019 9:56:29 AM
  • Sartaj Singh
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - The Richland County Foundation has awarded over $2 Million in grants to non-profit organizations. 

The grants that total $2,141,608 were approved during the foundation's June Meeting. Projects such as The Village of Bellville purchasing playground equipment for Charles Palm Park, Mansfield City Schools installing a social-emotional learning program with Mind Body Align, and the Richland County Regional Planning Better Block Program will be funded by the grants. 

The Board of Trustees have approved grants from donor-advised funds to the following organizations:

American Red Cross – Richland County

Ashland University

Avon Theatre Film Center, Inc.

Booth Museum of Western Art

Buckeye Council Boy Scouts of America

Children’s Cupboard

Denison University

Domestic Violence Shelter

Downtown Mansfield Inc.

Friendly House

Friends of Gorman Nature Center

Fun Center Chordsman

Harmony House

Lucas Community Center

Lucas Local Schools

Mankind Murals

Mansfield Area Y

Mansfield Art Center

Mansfield City Schools

Mansfield Memorial Museum

North End Community Improvement Collaborative

North Central State College

Ohio Bird Sanctuary

Ohio State University at Mansfield

People Helping People of North Central Ohio

Pioneer Career and Technology Center

Plymouth-Shiloh Local Schools

Raemelton Therapeutic Equestrian Center

Richland Community Development Group

Reinhardt University

Renaissance Performing Arts

Richland Academy

Richland County Children’s Auxiliary

Richland County Youth and Family Council

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio

Shelby Local Schools

St. Peter’s Parish

United Way of Richland County

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