Kay Bouyack

Four New Nonprofits Join Scioto Gives

Four new local nonprofit organizations serving community causes ranging from the visual and literary arts to social services benefitting disabled youth and providing basic needs are joining the Scioto Foundation’s annual Scioto Gives program this year. The Trillium Project, Scioto Literary, Special Olympics and St. Francis Catholic Outreach and Charitable Giving, along with 44 previous […]

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New Future for Scioto County Scholarship Fund

Written by Kay Bouyack The Scioto Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Future for Scioto County Scholarship Fund created by Ohio State University senior Austin Meyers for the benefit of local students throughout Scioto County.  A 2020 graduate of Wheelersburg High School, Meyers is one of a number of young people in the

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Appalachian Marketing and Media Scholarship

By Kay Bouyack The Scioto Foundation is pleased to announce the creation of the new Appalachian Marketing and Media Scholarship Fund, established by Audrey and Ryan Schiesser who are making the scholarship available to students who are interested in pursuing a career in marketing or business.  To be eligible for the Appalachian Marketing and Media

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The Friends of Adams County 4-H & Extension Endowment Fund

Written by Kay Bouyack A new organizational fund, The Friends of Adams County 4-H & Extension Endowment Fund, has been established at the Adams County Community Foundation in partnership with the Scioto Foundation. The Friends of Adams County 4-H & Extension was established as a 501c3 in February of 2021. The new fund has been

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4th Quarter Grant Awards Total $94,446

The Scioto Foundation has announced the funding of grants for six local community nonprofit organizations totaling $94,460 for the fourth quarter of 2022. Projects funded included the fields of economic development, education, natural resource conservation, healthcare, art/cultural and honoring war casualties. A grant of $6,000 from various unrestricted funds was given to the Economic and

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