The Abington Foundation was established to support organizations which promote community health, welfare and education, primarily in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Primary Program Areas: Education, Health care –– with an emphasis on geriatrics and nursing; Economic independence –– the promotion or sustaining of individual and family self–sufficiency Cultural activities. Deadlines: December 1, May 1, September 1.
Akron Community Foundation
Only one grant from the Foundation's Community Fund can be awarded to your organization per fiscal year, which runs April 1 through March 31. Grants are awarded to programs in the following categories: arts & culture, education, health & human services, civic affairs.
The Althans Foundation supports established organizations in Cuyahoga County that serve the broad range of personal care, development and enrichment needs of at–risk children, birth to age 18. Within these broad categories, the Foundation places primary emphasis on 2 distinct areas: Literacy Promotion and Support Services for the Visually Impaired. The Althans Foundation will focus on organizations based in Cuyahoga County. However, applications from...
Ann Sherry Foundation
The Foundation focuses its charitable and educational efforts in three areas. The first is education, where the Foundation is interested in providing funding for innovative and technological approaches to public education. The second is international and cultural exchange, where the Foundation seeks to promote world peace by contributing to a better understanding among America and its world neighbors. The third is to address community social problems, wher...
Ashland County Community Foundation
The Ashland County Community Foundation administers an extensive grants program at both the community and educational levels. A variety of community grants are available as well as grants for teachers in Ashland County schools. Areas of funding interest include Community Grants, Teacher Mini Grants, Women's Fund Grants, Scholarships.
The mission of the Athens Foundation is to enhance the quality of life for the people of our region through building endowments, awarding grants, and providing leadership on key community issues now and for generations to come. The Athens Foundation focuses on providing funding for education, health, social services, animal welfare, public affairs, recreation, the environment and arts, women, culture and humanities.
The mission of The Athens Foundation is to enhance the quality of life for the people of our region through building endowments, awarding grants, and providing leadership on key community issues now and for generations to come. The Athens Foundation focuses on providing funding for education, health, social services, animal welfare, public affairs, recreation, the environment and arts, women, culture and humanities.
Bahmann Foundation - Senior Citizens
The Bahmann Foundation's mission is to reduce isolation of low–income, older adults through technology. This is accomplished by granting funds to non–profit, charitable organizations that provide applicable services in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. Foundation grants help fund programs and purchase equipment that stimulate mental and physical activity in elderly adults.
Barberton Community Foundation
The Barberton Community Foundation areas of funding interest include education, public health, public recreation and to lessen the burden of government. The Foundation also has a scholarship program for Barberton High School students.
In general, one–half of the Bicknell Fund grants are made for Social & Human Services to help the needy, homeless and disadvantaged in the Cleveland area. More than one–quarter of our grants are for Education. The Bicknell Fund distributes roughly 65% of their grants to Human and Social Services, 30% to Secondary and Special Education, and the rest to Civic and Public Affairs, as well as the Arts and Humanities.