TOLEDO, OHIO, December 20, 2022 - The Board of Trustees of Greater Toledo Community Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $364,598 from the Community Funds Impact and Builder Grants programs to seven organizations.
- Habitat for Humanity – Maumee Valley – $91,058 was awarded to support a new neighborhood-oriented strategy to addressing housing needs that features deeper collaborations with grassroots organizations.
- Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio – $80,219 was awarded to support the Advanced Care Planning program.
- Leadership Toledo – $25,000 was awarded to support the SPARK program which connects emerging Toledo-area philanthropists with local nonprofits through immersive learning experiences.
- Lucas Housing Services Corporation – $25,000 was awarded to pilot a new landlord liaison program.
- Perrysburg Heights Community Association – $75,000 was awarded to scale-up services in response to increased programmatic space and community partnerships.
- The Gap Toledo – $15,000 was awarded to provide temporary housing and placement assistance to individuals experiencing addiction crisis.
- Toledo Zoological Society – $53,321 was awarded to support the Diversity in Field Conservation career exploration program which provides high school students with paid experiences in STEM-related jobs.