GCF Invests $1.7 Million in Local Nonprofits
(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) CINCINNATI, July 9 -- The Greater Cincinnati Foundation issued the following news release:
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation recently awarded more than $1.7 million in grants to build a more prosperous Greater Cincinnati region. Thanks to the Foundation's generous donors, it's able to support needs identified by the region's nonprofit sector and support thriving people and vibrant places.
The 36 grants include the following examples:
In the area of Educational Success (http://www.gcfdn.org/CommunityInvestment/EducationalSuccess/tabid/194/Default.aspx), the Urban League of Greater Cincinnati (http://www.gcul.org/) received $90,000 for after-school programming at Rockdale Academy and South Avondale Elementary Schools.
In Health & Wellness (http://www.gcfdn.org/CommunityInvestment/HealthWellness/tabid/196/Default.aspx), GCF awarded $70,000 to Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio(http://ccswoh.org/) for health care access for Hispanic/Latino immigrants through and outreach and education program.
GCF granted $50,000 to The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky, Inc(http://thepointarc.org/). toward the purchase of a group home residence. This grant is under GCF's Economic Opportunity (http://www.gcfdn.org/CommunityInvestment/EconomicOpportunity/tabid/193/Default.
BLOC Ministries, Inc. (http://blochead.org/) received a $40,000 grant toward the restoration of four blighted buildings in Lower and East Price Hill. This grant is in the Strong Communities (http://www.gcfdn.org/CommunityInvestment/StrongCommunities/tabid/197/Default.aspx) category.
In the area of Cultural Vibrancy (http://www.gcfdn.org/CommunityInvestment/CulturalVibrancy/tabid/192/Default.aspx), GCF awarded $50,000 to a new full-time community outreach coordinator to the College Conservatory of Music (http://ccm.uc.edu/).
The Corporation for Findlay Market (http://www.findlaymarket.org/) received a $50,000 grant toward support for a shared, commercial kitchen for the region's community of food entrepreneurs. This is under the GCF's Job Creation (http://www.gcfdn.org/CommunityInvestment/JobCreation/tabid/375/Default.aspx) area.
In the area of Environmental Stewardship (http://www.gcfdn.org/CommunityInvestment/EnvironmentalStewardship/tabid/195/Default.aspx), the Green Partnership for Greater Cincinnati (http://www.green-cincinnati.org/) received a $50,000 for phase two of a rainwater harvesting project for indoor, non-potable use.
See below for a complete list of grants:
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation - Spring 2014
Unrestricted & Community Funds Grants By Funding Category
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati
$80,000 grant toward after school programs at Roll Hill Elementary and Taft Elementary Schools.
Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission
$75,000 grant toward renovation of Eastside Child Development Center.
Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio
$90,000 grant toward after school programming in Rockdale Academy and South Avondale Elementary Schools.
YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
$80,000 grant toward programmatic support in five after school programs serving CPS Schools.
Health & Wellness
$40,000 grant toward Family Peer Support program at the Academy for World Languages.
CASA for Kids of Kenton and Campbell County, Inc.
$30,000 grant toward program expansion.
Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio,
$70,000 grant toward health care access for Hispanic/Latino immigrants through an outreach and education program.
Children's Hospital Medical Center
$50,000 grant toward Cradle Cincinnati, a community-wide initiative focused on reducing the infant mortality rate and improving birth outcomes in the region.
Easter Seals TriState
$75,000 grant toward program support that addresses health disparities among individuals with development disabilities.
Lindner Center of HOPE
$50,000 grant toward comprehensive assessment and diagnostic program for adolescents.
$35,000 grant toward new roof.
Wesley Community Services
$30,000 grant toward purchase of walk in cooler.
Association of FundRaising Professionals
$10,000 grant toward diversity program for fundraising careers
Children's Hunger Alliance
$40,000 grant toward improved access to nutritious meals for low-income students.
Cincinnati Center City Development (3CDC)
$100,000 grant toward the purchase, renovation, and construction of new Drop Inn Center.
Housing Opportunities Made Equal
$50,000 grant toward housing stability to reduce student mobility project.
Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled, Inc. (LADD)
$50,000 grant toward Phase One of Community by Design, Valuing All People and Abilities campaign.
Mercy Neighborhood Ministries, Inc.
$100,000 grant toward expansion and quality improvement of Home Care Aide Training program.
The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky, Inc.
$50,000 grant toward purchase of group home residence.
Supports to Encourage Low-income Families (SELF)
$32,560 grant toward the Individual Development Account Program.
Welcome House of Northern Kentucky
$65,000 grant toward Continuum of Case Management Services project.
BLOC Ministries, Inc.
$40,000 grant toward restoration of four blighted buildings in Lower and East Price Hill.
Cincinnati Police Partnering Center
$9,000 grant toward consultant services
Over-the-Rhine Community Housing
$44,000 grant toward capital improvements of four historic, affordable housing properties in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.
Urban League of Greater Cincinnati
$10,000 grant toward support for 2014 national conference in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Art Museum
$25,000 grant toward systems integration.
Cincinnati May Festival
$15,000 grant toward strategic alliance between the May Festival Chorus and the Vocal Arts Ensemble.
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
$50,000 grant toward support of musician expenses associated with the LumenoCity 2014.
College Conservatory of Music
$50,000 grant toward support for a new full-time Community Outreach Coordinator.
Cincinnati Union Co-op Initiative
$30,000 grant toward development of a network of diverse, worker owned businesses.
The Corporation for Findlay Market
$50,000 grant toward support for a shared, commercial kitchen for the region's community of food entrepreneurs.
$45,000 grant toward support of new full-time program administrator.
Cincinnati Nature Center
$50,000 grant toward renovation of Groesbeck Lodge.
Cincy Bike Share, Inc.
$50,000 grant toward installation and start-up of a new City bike share system.
Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage
$35,000 grant toward renovation and upgrade of physical facilities that will enable expansion of food production capabilities.
Green Partnership for Greater Cincinnati
$50,000 grant toward Phase two of rainwater harvesting project for indoor, non-potable use.
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