Grants

Main Street Portsmouth In Bloom Receives Money for Park Fence

In October, the Scioto Foundation Board of Governors awarded Main Street Portsmouth in Bloom $4,200 from the Ed & Helen to help pay for their “Play Safe Perimeter” project, the installation of a safe and durable fence to surround the new playground at York Park. The fencing will ensure that children remain safe at the

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City of Portsmouth Receives $25,000 for Wayfinding

In the spring of 2022, the Scioto Foundation Board of Governors awarded the City of Portsmouth a grant for $25,000 from the Margaret Anne Strehle Fund, the Ed & Helen Fannin Fund and the Calvin & Martha Johnson Fund to underwrite expenses associated with the manufacturing of signs and banners to be placed along Chillicothe,

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Watch Me Grow Ohio receives $7,000 for concrete work and site excavation

In the fall of 2021, the Scioto Foundation Board of Governor’s awarded the Watch Me Grow Ohio $7,000 for concrete work and site excavation for their Watch Me Grow Fellowship Garden. This garden will teach future generation how to grow various vegetables and spices. If you are interested in becoming a vegetable or pollinator sponsor,

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Update on “Providing Housing Stability for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care” grant

In the summer of 2022, the Scioto Foundation Board of Governors awarded Shawnee Mental Health, Inc. $15,000 from the Bertha T. Johnson Fund and the Ed & Helen Fannin Fund for “Providing Housing Stability for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care”. This grant provided partial funding to help furnish apartments and a communal area within

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Economic and Community Development Institute, Inc. receives $6,000

In early 2023, the Economic and Community Development Institute, Inc. was granted $6,000 from various unrestricted funds to support the 2023 Makers Market project. The Makers Market, which is held over six weekends in the winter and spring, offers “maker” entrepreneurs in the area an opportunity to sell their products, find new customers and increase

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South Central Ohio Educational Service Center – Art Show

The Scioto Foundation Board of Governors awarded South Central Ohio Educational Service Center $7,525 from the Virginia Smith Wolfe Fund for partial funding support for county school programs in the Arts and Humanities including the Scioto County Honors Music Festival, the Visually Literate High School Art Show at Shawnee State University, the Youth Art Month

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