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In 2020, Bath Community Fund awarded grants totaling $29,020 to 13 nonprofit organizations:

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A grant to the University of Akron Field Station will develop an outdoor classroom space at the Bath Nature Preserve.

  • Apollo's Fire, the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, to provide free and discounted concert tickets for students and senior citizens in Bath Township, $1,000
  • Bath Township, for trail markers at the North Fork Preserve of Bath, $2,500
  • Crown Point Ecology Center, to build an outdoor classroom for environmental workshops and youth education programs, $2,000
  • Crown Point Ecology Center, to support a new vegetable garden dedicated to providing fresh, organic produce to the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank and other local agencies feeding those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic, $2,420*
  • Girls on the Run Northeast Ohio, to support a running-based youth development program for girls in the Bath community that combines physical activity with lessons about social and emotional well-being, $1,000
  • Revere High School PTSA, to support the BREATHE Initiative, which provides stress-management tools for students and staff at Revere High School and Revere Middle School, $1,000
  • Revere Power Pack Program, to provide food to children and families in need in the Revere school district, $2,000*
  • Stewart’s Caring Place, to provide emergency cancer wellness services for Bath residents, $3,000
  • Summit County Astronomy Club, to repair a telescope mount at the Fairlawn Rotary Observatory in the Bath Nature Preserve, $2,000
  • The University of Akron Field Station, to develop an outdoor classroom space and nature exploration station at the Bath Nature Preserve, $2,000
  • Victim Assistance Program, to increase awareness of support services for Bath residents who have been impacted by crisis, violence or trauma, $600
  • Victory Gallop, to support therapeutic horseback riding programs for children with special needs and life-threatening illnesses, $2,500
  • Western Reserve Historical Society, to restore the pottery kiln and demonstration shed at Hale Farm & Village, $2,500
  • Western Reserve Playhouse, to purchase equipment to professionally video stream the theater’s performances and classes, $2,000
  • Western Reserve Playhouse, to develop new online arts education programs as a safe alternative to summer camps and workshops during the COVID-19 pandemic, $2,500*

 *Awarded through Akron Community Foundation’s Community Response Fund For Nonprofits

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