Richland Gives, an online giving event hosted by the Richland County Foundation, raised $356,820 for 83 Richland County nonprofit organizations. Since its inception in 2015, Richland Gives has raised $1,435,869.
Richland Gives, an online giving event, will start at 7 a.m. on November 16 and culminate on December 1 at 7 p.m.
Did you know that the nonprofit organization, Friends of the Gorman Nature Center, provides financial support to more than just the Gorman Nature Center? It also includes partial funding for the Richland B&O Bike Trail and the newly acquired Flem
WMFD-TV's Focus on North Central Ohio recently featured the Foundation. Chelley Kemper interviewed President Brady Groves and Chief Advancement Officer Maura Teynor about COVID-19 Response, Richland Gives, and the Women's Fund.
The Richland County Foundation email system recently was infected with a virus/malware.
Family and Friends of the Emily Campbell Brown and Dr. Charles Gailey Brown First Generation to College Fund held a fundraiser on September 3. Scholarship recipients, local educators, and others talked about the impact of the scholarship fund.
The JoAnn Dutton Volunteer Community Service Award celebrates and honors women who devote a significant amount of time and energy in a meaningful way to local charitable organizations which makes our community a better place to live.
The Richland County Foundation is supporting summertime programs focused on children. The Summertime Kids Committee Chaired by Foundation Board of Trustee member Jotika Shetty along with members from the community awarded $44,556 in Summertime Kid grants.
The Regional Manufacturing Coalition Ohio recently established a donor-advised fund to further its mission which is to support North Central Ohio manufacturers through education, training, and networking. RMC serves Richland, Ashland, Crawford, Huron, Knox and Morrow counties.
We are built for this. That was my response to a reporter who asked how the Richland County Foundation was going to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in Richland County.
With most of the corporations that provided financial support and volunteer board leadership to the non-profit sector now having been gone for decades; what is the new reality of philanthropy in Ohio in smaller legacy cities?
Katy Ault Phillips was a very giving person and now a memorial scholarship fund has been set up to remember her. Katy passed away in 2012 at the age of 30 from melanoma.
Brigette Burnell and her husband, Scott Evans, like to include their children in the conversation about why giving is important.
Longtime Shelby residents Michael and Tina Bennett wanted to do something to give back and help their community. That was their motivation in establishing a donor-designated fund to benefit Shelby Help Line Ministries at the Richland County Foundation
Allie Watson, Senior Community Investment Officer, accepted the Richland County Regional Planning Commission’s Planning Excellence Award for the Mansfield Rising Plan on behalf of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees and the SXSW419 team.
(Photo: A Richland Gives Leader Board Watch Party was held at Idea Works in Mansfield December 3 to celebrate the donations raised online by 92 Richland County nonprofit organizations.) Richland Gives, an online giving event hosted by the Richland County Foundation, raised $316,049 for 92 Richland County nonprofit organizations. Since its inception in 2015, Richland Gives has raised $1,041,049.
(Photo: Women's Fund Advisory Committee; L to R front row: Susan Gentille, Jodie Dees, Lori Sjostedt, Heidi Jones, Edie Humphrey, Deanna West-Torrence, Kristine Lindeman; second row; Brigitte Coles, Carol Payton, Jill Haring, Linda Smith, Krist
The Mansfield Reformatory Preservation Society wants to make sure the historical prison is around forever. That is why the Executive Director and the Board of Directors recently established an endowed fund to benefit the Mansfield Reformatory Preservation Society. The Mansfield Reformatory, also known as the Ohio State Reformatory, was saved from the wrecking ball by a small group of local historic preservationists in 1994.
The Third Street Family Health Services established two funds with the Richland County Foundation to help it meet its long-term strategic goals. (Photo left to right: Chief Financial Officer Barbara Sullinger, Chief Operations Officer Nicole Williams and CEO Jared Pollick)
The Women’s Fund of the Richland County Foundation is accepting nominations for the JoAnn Dutton Volunteer Community Service Award. The award celebrates and honors women leaders who devote a significant amount of time and energy in a meaningful
Richland County nonprofit organizations can register for Richland Gives, the local day of giving hosted by the Richland County Foundation. Registration is free but nonprofits must register each year by October 31. To register click here.
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The Women Fund of the Richland County Foundation is accepting grant applications from nonprofit organizations for programs that support women and girls.
The board awarded over $300,000 in grants during its August board meeting.
You’re not the only one wondering What’s Going on with Mansfield Rising?The short answer is, “We’re working on it.”The long answer is there are meetings upon meetings discussing the nitty-gritty details not found in the 68-page plan. The Mansfield Rising Plan includes overviews of 39 projects and programs to help continue downtown Mansfield’s positive trajectory. The nitty-gritty wasn’t included but is now surfacing.
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Patricia Adair, wife of Brian Arthur Adair, along with their children, Katherine Adair Truitt, and Matthew Adair, established a donor-advised fund as a way to memorialize him. Brian passed away unexpectedly in February following a brief illness.