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Archive for September 2016

News

Healthy Food Initiatives Grow in Youngstown, Warren

Grants Stretch Food Dollars at Farmers’ Markets Low-income residents in Youngstown and Warren have responded positively to efforts that encourage them to buy and eat locally grown, healthy food. The Western Reserve and Trumbull Memorial health foundations have recognized the importance of these initiatives by providing grants to neighborhood non-profit organizations in both cities.  The …

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Fund for Women and Girls Picks Up Steam

 Leadership Group in Place, First Grant Announced The fledgling Fund for Women and Girls, established and administered by the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, has gained momentum with the organization of a leadership group, the announcement of its initial grant and the success of its first networking event. The fund has established a Guiding …

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WRHF Grant Supports Safe School Routes, Exercise

The Western Reserve Health Foundation is playing a key role in a multi-year effort to make it easier – and safer — for Youngstown students to walk or ride their bicycles to school. A recent $30,000 grant from the WRHF enabled the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp. to hire a coordinator for its Safe Routes to …

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Attorneys, Accountants Welcome at Continuing Ed Seminar on Ethics

The Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley is inviting local attorneys and accountants to a free October continuing education seminar on professionalism and ethics. Titled “The Ethics of Fairness in Client Interaction and Representation,” the seminar is scheduled for 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27 in the President’s Suite in Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley …

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Community Foundation Unveils New Logo

The Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley today unveiled its new logo, which features​ connected elements that emphasize the interconnectedness of the community it serves. “Our new logo conveys the close relationships that unite those working for good across Mahoning and Trumbull counties,” said Shari Harrell, president of the Community Foundation. “It reflects the foundation’s …

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