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Fast Facts

  • $9.4 million awarded.
  • 108 programs awarded.
  • 45 counties.
  • More than 14,000 Ohio schoolchildren impacted.

List of Grant Awardees

A Cultural Exchange

Activities Beyond The Classroom

All THAT - Teens Hopeful About Tomorrow

Artemis Center

Big Bros/Sis Assoc Of Cols

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County

Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Ohio

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie-Seneca-Sandusky Counties

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lorain County, Inc.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mercer/Auglaize County Inc.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Central Ohio, Inc.

Boys & Girls Club Lorain Co

Boys & Girls Club of Wooster

Boys/Girls Clubs Of Gr Cinci

Brown County Chamber

Cac Of Portage County

Catholic Charities Commun Svc Corp

Central Ohio Youth for Christ

Aspire Church (Christ Cathedral)

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

Clermont County Chamber of Commerce Foundation

College Mentors for Kids, Inc.

Columbus Gay Men's Chorus

Columbus Housing Partnership, Inc.

Columbus Urban League

Community Building Institute Middletown, Inc.

Community Refugee & Immigration Services

Consolidated Care Inc.

Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development

Council on Rural Service Programs

Crawford County Education & Economic Development Partnership

David's Challenge Incorporated

D'Light House Family Center, Inc.

Driven Foundation, Easter Seals TriState

Economics Center for Education and Research

Family and Youth Initiatives

Field of Hope Community Campus

First Step Fmly Vlnc Intrvntn

Gertrude Wood Community Foundation

Godman Guild Association

Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley

Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Center Association

Greater Hilltop Area Shalom Zone

Groundwork Cincinnati

Health Partners of Western Ohio

Healthy Visions

Helping Hands Community Outreach

House Of Emmanuel

I Know I Can

Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley, Inc.

Junior Achievement of North Central Ohio

Kent State University

Lake County YMCA

Lead the Way Learning Academy

Life Smart Education

Marietta Community Foundation

NE Ohio Univ-Coll Of Medicine

Neighborhood Leadership Institute

North End Community Improvement Collaborative

Ohio Guidestone

Ohio-West Virginia Youth Leadership Association

Orrville Area Boys and Girls Club

OSU Chabad House Inc

Parity, Inc.

Parma Area Chamber of Commerce

Partners In Education-Toledo

Partnership for Innovation in Education

Project GRAD Akron

Salvation Army-NEOSA

Save Our Children

Scioto County Community Action Organization

St Charles Preparatory

Starfish Alliance

The African American Male Wellness Walk

The Lettuce Work Foundation, Inc.

The Mentoring Network, Inc.

The Nehemiah Foundation

The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital

The University Church

Tiffin-Seneca United Way

Together We Can Make A Difference Initiatives

TOPS Advantage Mentoring

United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland, Inc.

United Way of Central Ohio

United Way of Clark

Champaign and Madison Counties

United Way of Greater Stark County

United Way of Greater Toledo

United Way of Ross County

University Area Enrichment Association

University Of Akron

University Of Cincinnati

Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio

US Together, Inc.

Vineyard Community Center

Wright State University

Young Men's Christian Association of Marion County

Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber

 “The program at Goshen High School is a great success! Both students and mentors I speak with share nothing but positive feedback. Students are getting great advice, a sounding board for ideas about their futures and another set of eyes (and ears) on the challenges they face. Mentors are providing extra one-on-one time that teachers (and parents) don't always have the luxury of providing and are bringing their "real-world" experience into the discussions they're having with students. I believe the key to our success is the deliberation with which we paired students and mentors, ensuring that mentors and mentees had something in common — whether that be a hobby, academic interest or other curiosity/enthusiasm — giving them a connection and a place from which to begin their ongoing conversations.” - Teacher, Goshen High School