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Medina County Community Fund Grants

In 2014, the Medina County Community Fund awarded grants to 14 area organizations totaling $30,523:
A grant to the Medina County Arts
Council supported the countywide
Arts Week Festival.
  • Battered Women’s Shelter, for domestic violence support groups in Medina County, $2,000
  • Brunswick Educational Foundation, to support the BEAT Video Program, in which student “backpack journalists” create print, Web and video stories about Medina County initiatives for broadcast by Northeast Ohio media outlets, $3,000
  • Children’s Center of Medina County, to increase the awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse by purchasing educational materials to distribute to families and professionals in Medina County, $1,823
  • City of Wadsworth, for landscaping surrounding the Boy with the Leaky Boot Statue, which was built in honor of the city’s bicentennial celebration, $1,500
  • Cornerstone of Hope, for grief counseling and education programs in Medina County, $2,000
  • Matthew 25 Coalition, to provide fuel and auto repair vouchers to rural residents in poverty who need transportation to their jobs, school or medical appointments, $3,000
  • Medina County Art League, to host the 37th Ohio Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibition and bring award-winning art to Medina County, $1,200
  • Medina County Arts Council Inc., to support free performances and arts programs throughout Medina County as part of the 2014 Arts Week Festival, $1,000
  • Medina County Veterans Memorial Hall, for renovations to expand and modernize the Veterans Memorial Hall in Medina, $1,500
  • Medina Health Ministry, to provide free preventative care and health education to uninsured, working women in Medina County, $6,000
  • Oaks Family Care Center, to support a mediation program that helps couples in crisis resolve parenting and financial conflicts, $3,000
  • ORMACO Inc., for the Jazz Under the Stars free concert series in Medina’s public square, $1,000
  • RePlay for Kids, to support toy adaptation workshops in Medina County high schools, where students use STEM skills to adapt toys for local children with disabilities, $2,000
  • Suicide Prevention Education Alliance, for suicide prevention and depression awareness programs at Brunswick, Buckeye, Cloverleaf, Highland and Medina high schools, $1,500

Exciting changes are coming to MCCF's grantmaking

Terry Pfleiderer
 Terry Pfleiderer, MCCF Grants Committee chair

Last spring, during the Medina County Community Fund’s grant distribution meetings, many of our committee and board members expressed a desire for more structure around our grant-making process.

Over the past few months, we and our friends at Akron Community Foundation have discussed making some changes that would allow us to move the needle in one specific area by giving a larger, more impactful grant.

This grant will focus on one of three priority areas, which are housing, transportation and health. These three areas were identified by our Grants Committee members as some of the most critical needs in our community.

We realize by doing this that we will have less to give away to all of the other great and worthwhile organizations in Medina County, but this new approach to grantmaking will allow us to really tackle one of our community’s most pressing issues.

Grant deadline

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

In addition to this impact grant, we will also award smaller grants during our upcoming grant cycle. All grant proposals will be accepted Feb. 1 to March 1. Decisions will be announced in June. To learn more about this new and exciting funding opportunity, join us at our grant information session in February.


Terry Pfleiderer
MCCF Grants Committee Chair

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