The Richland County Foundation Board of Trustees approved a plan to invest in downtown Mansfield called Mansfield Rising during its December meeting.
When local nonprofits are operating at an optimal level, grants made by the Richland County Foundation make the most impact.
Close to 70 nonprofit organizations are participating in Richland Gives this year. Last year a community of donors contributed over $200,000 on the day of giving. #RichlandGives
The Richland County Foundation has embarked on a new and exciting path to fund investment in Downtown Mansfield. It started with an idea to send 15 individuals who live, work, and play in the city to the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference in Austin, TX.
We have a job opening for a Community Investment Officer.
Registration is open to Richland County nonprofit organizations for Richland Gives, a day of giving, hosted by the Richland County Foundation. It is free but nonprofits must register each year to participate via RichlandGives.org. Registration will close October 30.
Foundation awards grants to local teachers Foundation awards grants to local teachers MANSFIELD – The Richland County Foundation awarded $57,493 in educational program grants for the upcoming school year to local teachers for their creative or supplemental programs not covered by school funding. The grants are given to K-12 teachers in public or private Richland County schools to encourage them to develop new programs, projects, or events for their classrooms. The following grants were selected by a committee comprised of Richland County Foundation board members, teachers and community volunteers.
The Tax Cut & Jobs Act (Tax Reform) almost doubles the size of the standard deduction from $6,350 to $12,000 for single taxpayers. For couples filing jointly the standard deduction increases from $12,700 to $24,000. so what are your options for charitable giving? IRA rollover, Charitable Gift Annuity, tax bunching are options you should discuss with your tax professional.
Do you have a fantastic idea for a new business or product? You can enter it in the Richland Idea Audition.
The Malabar Farm Foundation recently established an endowed fund at the Richland County Foundation. The fund is to help plan for the future of the beloved Malabar Farm State Park.
#SXSW419 Team Plans for Downtown Mansfield gathering input from the public
Blackfork Commons Amphitheater: The Black Fork Commons Park opened in Shelby in 2015 in an area susceptible to flooding. The City of Shelby acquired the property and the Shelby Park Board contracted a consultant to develop the park which has attracte
I do not have enough money to open a fund at the foundation, no matter what my financial planner said. Janny Nauman grew up in a middle class family so she questioned whether she could. She did.
Protecting nature preserves is the mission of a new fund at the Foundation
Dr. Stephen Alan Hill Memorial Fund was established by his wife, Cyndi, established a donor-advised fund as a way to memorialize her late husband.
The Mary Ann Nore Donor Advised Fund was established by an anonymous donor as a way to honor Mary Ann Nore.
To ensure a long-term, stable source of funding, the Rotary Club of Mansfield has established three endowed funds over the years at the Richland County Foundation.
People tell stories about when it was scary to walk downtown, when crime was high and the lights were low, when there were more bars and massage parlors than restaurants and attractions. My memory does not go back that far. I can remember when the Carrousel was being built.
Merris and Jean Welge are behind local law enforcement 100%. To help support police officers in our community they have established two designated funds, one for the Ontario Police Department and one for the Mansfield Police Department.
On Thursday March 8 of this year 41 local citizens -- with the support of the Richland County Foundation -- are gonna take a big step forward in the re-imagination of Mansfield's central business district.
You love giving. You don't love paying taxes. The new tax structures may hold some good news for you. The answer may lie in a donor-advised fund.
The scholarship season is upon us once again. One of the many things I get to do here at the foundation is to coordinate scholarships. When I arrived last year I was shocked to find out how easy it is to apply: There are no essays, there are no personal statements, you don't need 1,000 hours of community service and there is no age restriction.
As the year draws to an end, many people are consumed with holiday plans and shopping. You might want to include a plan for charitable giving.
My job on Giving Tuesday is to be supportive, smile and direct traffic. That's it. Seriously. Smile and wave.
The opportunity is today during Richland Gives. Our local day of giving coincides with the international day of giving, #GivingTuesday.
CACY-Community Action for Capable Youth is a nonprofit agency with the mission of providing education to prevent substance abuse, bullying, and problem gambling in youth and to promote a safe and healthy community for all ages.
The Ohio Genealogical Society sees Richland Gives as an opportunity waiting to happen. What do we mean by that? The first year, we saw less than five donors. The second year, spurred by a $1,000 match by the Richland County Foundation, our pool of benefactors jumped to 20.
For over 25 years, Richland Academy of the Arts has nurtured local creative talent through an environment of safety, respect, learning, and imagination. We provide quality programming in both the Arts and Education and Development.