• Sub Slide 1
     
Toledo Community Foundation

Toledo Community Foundation Awards Grants Totaling $415,735 to 14 Nonprofit Organizations

Published on 01/02/2019 by Joanne M Olnhausen

TOLEDO, OHIO, January 2, 2019 – The Board of Trustees of Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. recently awarded grants totaling $415,735 from its Community Funds to 14 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 January 15, 2019. Toledo Community Foundation is the largest philanthropic organization in northwest Ohio, committed to building healthy communities and promoting the responsible stewardship of resources.

Grants were recently awarded to the following organizations:

Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo, Inc. – $23,600 was awarded to support a culinary training program at the Helping Hands of St. Louis outreach center.

Council of Michigan Foundations, Inc. – $5,000 was awarded to support the Great Lakes Funders Collaborative.

Foundation Center Midwest – $3,500 was awarded to support programming for nonprofits in northwest Ohio.

Frederick Douglass Community Association – $35,000 was awarded to support the expansion of the Social and Environmental Trauma program.

Habitat for Humanity of Wood County Ohio – $25,000 was awarded to support a Home Building/Repair Program expansion.

Imagination Station – $14,275 was awarded to support enhancements to the Idea Lab program.

Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio – $73,462 was awarded to support the expansion of the Employer Resource Network program.

Mareda, Inc. – $10,850 was awarded to support the Bridging the Digital Divide program.

St. Paul's Community Center – $50,998 was awarded to support the Community Health and Housing Coordinator project.

The Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio – $30,000 was awarded to support the expansion of the Pathways HUB program.

The University of Toledo Foundation – $50,000 was awarded to support the Partners Against Human Trafficking (PATH) Project.

TutorSmart – $59,350 was awarded to support a tutoring pilot project.

Waterville Historical Society – $8,700 was awarded to support the Student Advisory Council program.

• In addition, Cherry Street Mission Ministries was awarded $26,000 through the Community Funds Accelerator grant program to support an evaluation of the Ready for Life program.

Fund for Islamic Understanding

The Board of Trustees of Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. also recently awarded two grants from The Fund for Islamic Understanding, Education and Dialog:

Children’s Theatre Workshop – $2,400 was awarded to support the Muslim Voices youth theater program.

Inclusive for Women, Inc. dba Women of Toledo – $2,400 was awarded to support the World Hijab Program.

Learn about other grant opportunities at www.toledocf.org/main/grants-module/

Contact Us

300 Madison Avenue
Suite 1300
Toledo, OH 43604
P     419.241.5049

Connect With Us

Find Us On Facebook Watch Us On YouTube Follow Us On LinkedIn

Receive Our Newsletter

CF Standards