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In 2019, Bath Community Fund awarded grants totaling $26,250 to 12 nonprofit organizations:

See a complete history of Bath Community Fund grants

  • Hale Farm Gatehouse Welcome Center

    A grant to Western Reserve Historical Society supported the creation of an orientation space in the new Gatehouse Welcome Center.

    Apollo's Fire, the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, to provide free and discounted concert tickets for students and senior citizens in Bath Township, $1,200

  • Bath Park Board, to support the construction of an additional restroom at Bath Community Park, $3,500
  • Bath Township, for landscaping at the Heritage Corridors of Bath Wayside Exhibit, $1,000
  • Bath Volunteers for Service, to support digital marketing and community outreach efforts for the 2020 Bath Tour of Distinctive Homes, $1,000
  • Crown Point Ecology Center, to build an outdoor classroom for environmental workshops and youth education programs, $3,500
  • Embracing Futures, to support an oral health education program for third graders at Bath Elementary School, $900
  • 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
  • Stewart’s Caring Place, to provide support services for Bath residents on a cancer journey, $2,000
  • University of Akron Field Station, to create a bird identification guidebook for students and visitors of the Bath Nature Preserve, $3,850
  • Victory Gallop, to support three annual horse shows, where children with special needs and life-threatening illnesses can demonstrate their riding skills, receive recognition for their accomplishments, and practice good sportsmanship, $1,800
  • Western Reserve Historical Society, to create an orientation space in the new Gatehouse Welcome Center at Hale Farm & Village that educates visitors about the museum’s history, $4,500
  • Western Reserve Playhouse, to build a new basement entryway to improve access to the theater’s acting classroom, $2,000
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