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TOLEDO, OHIO, October 6, 2021 – The Board of Trustees of Greater Toledo Community Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $46,250 from its Community Funds Builder Grants Program. Greater Toledo Community Foundation is the largest philanthropic organization in northwest Ohio, committed to building healthy communities and promoting the responsible stewardship of resources.

The Community Funds Builder Grants Program provides seed money for new, innovative programming that addresses unmet community needs or to support capacity building efforts of existing nonprofit organizations.

Two grants totaling $46,250 were awarded:

Avenues for Autism – $21,250 was awarded to launch the autism navigator program that will connect families with appropriate services.
Partners in Education – $25,000 was awarded to support evaluation activities connected to a four-organization partnership providing aligned tutoring services to 4,000 kindergarten through twelfth grade students in the Toledo area.

The next deadline for proposals from the Foundation’s Community Funds grants program is January 15, 2022. For more details on upcoming grant deadlines, visit the Foundation’s website www.toledocf.org.


About Greater Toledo Community Foundation
Greater Toledo Community Foundation is a public charitable organization created by citizens of our community to enrich the quality of life for individuals and families in our area. In existence since 1973, the Foundation has more than 900 funds with assets of approximately $400 million. The Foundation provides philanthropic services for individuals, families, businesses and corporations to meet their charitable giving needs. For more information about Greater Toledo Community Foundation, visit www.toledocf.org or follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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