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Pillars of Giving Circle

In 2021, the Medina County Community Fund created the Pillars of Giving Circle to maintain continued sustainability of the fund and increase its grantmaking impact to improve the lives of Medina County residents, particularly in the fund’s four focus areas or "pillars" of funding: arts and culture, community service, education, and health. The circle welcomes gifts and pledges of $1,000 or more, and all donations support the fund's mission to improve the lives of Medina County residents both now and in the future. To learn more about the Pillars of Giving Circle, please contact Renee Scherick.

Give Online     Pledge Form      MCCF Grantees

For online gifts, please select "This is a campaign gift" on the giving form. You may also choose to set up a payment plan for up to three years by selecting "Contact me about recurring billing." A member of our finance team will reach out to you to set up your payments.

 

Through its first pillar of giving, the Medina County Community Fund supports local arts and culture programs such as the Medina Arts Council & ORMACO.

Through its second pillar of giving, the Medina County Community Fund supports local community service programs such as Medina Cares & Big Brothers Big Sisters of Summit, Medina & Stark Counties.

Through its third pillar of giving, the Medina County Community Fund supports local educational programs such as Child Guidance & Family Solutions & Friends of Medina County District Library.

Through its fourth pillar of giving, the Medina County Community Fund supports health programs such as Medina Health Ministry & the Recovery Center of Medina County.

 

Pillars of Giving Circle Donors

Mark Dorman
Barbara Dzur
Brian Gale
Bill Heck
Nobby Lewandowski
Denise Testa

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