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Medina County Community Fund Grants

In 2016, the Medina County Community Fund awarded grants to 11 area organizations totaling $25,750:

Kids with police officers
A grant to the Medina Community Police Activity League will provide monthly meals for area youth.
  • Faith in Action Medina County Caregivers, to provide free transportation to and from medical appointments for elderly and disabled Medina County residents, $4,000  
  • Feeding Medina County, to provide healthy food for elderly and disabled Medina County residents living in low-income housing, $2,500
  • Marian’s Closet, to purchase new socks and underwear for Medina County families in need, $1,550
  • Matthew 25 Coalition, to provide fuel and auto repair vouchers to impoverished residents in rural areas of Medina County who need transportation to their jobs, school or medical appointments, $4,000
  • Grant deadline

    Medina County Community Fund grant applications open online Feb. 1 and are due by March 1. 
    Preview the application questions.

  • Medina Community Police Activity League, for monthly dinners and summer school lunches that build trust between police officers and youth, $1,500
  • Medina County Arts Council Inc., to support free performances and arts programs throughout Medina County as part of the 2016 Arts Week Festival, $1,200
  • Medina Health Ministry, to provide free laboratory testing for underinsured Medina County residents who cannot afford to pay their health insurance deductibles, $5,000 
  • ORMACO Inc., for the Jazz Under the Stars free concert series in Medina’s public square, $1,000
  • Rebuilding Together Northeast Ohio, to purchase materials for home repairs and safety modifications for low-income, elderly, disabled and veteran homeowners in Medina County, $1,500
  • RePlay for Kids, to provide adapted toys to low-income families with children with disabilities in Medina County, $1,000
  • Society for Handicapped Citizens of Medina County Inc., to loan home medical equipment to residents recovering from surgery, accidents or an illness, $2,500