First Distributions Made From Katherine R. Smith Funds for Youth

First Distributions Made From Katherine R. Smith Funds for Youth

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audience: Toledo Community Foundation | last updated: 27 July 2017
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The Board of Trustees of Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. and the Waterville Community Foundation recently approved grants totaling $31,840 from the Katherine R. Smith Funds for Youth to support programs in northwest Ohio that enhance the lives of young people under the age of 18. Grants were awarded to nine area nonprofit organizations.

AWAKE – a $5,000 grant was awarded to support drug and alcohol prevention programming in the Anthony Wayne School District.

Bittersweet, Inc. – a $4,000 grant was awarded to support community integration programming for participants with autism spectrum disorder.

Camp Courageous & The Arc of Northwest Ohio – a $4,000 grant was awarded to support summer day camp activities for youth with developmental disabilities.

Children’s Rights Collaborative of Northwest Ohio – a $7,040 grant was awarded to support supervised visitation services between children and their non-custodial parents.

Double ARC – a $3,000 grant was awarded to diagnose and treat children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center – a $2,500 grant was awarded to support the Children’s Advocacy Center and to deliver child abuse awareness and prevention training.

Sunshine Foundation, Inc. – a $1,800 grant was awarded to support the equine program.

Waterville Rotary Foundation – a $1,500 grant was awarded to support Anthony Wayne High School Interact Club activities.

YMCA and JCC of Greater Toledo – a $3,000 grant was awarded to support three family events in Waterville, Monclova and Whitehouse.

The Katherine R. Smith Funds for Youth provide support for programming that enhances the lives of young people up to age 18, with an emphasis on serving children with developmental disabilities or those who have been abused. Any organization with services benefitting youth residing in Lucas or Wood Counties are encouraged to apply, with preference given to those that serve residents of Waterville and the Anthony Wayne Local School District. Going forward, there will be an annual application deadline of January 31. You can view the guidelines for this funding opportunity under Upcoming Funding Opportunities here: http://www.toledocf.org/main/grants-module/

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