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In 2022, the Medina County Community Fund awarded grants totaling $33,700 to 15 nonprofit organizations:

  • Two artists work with an inmate at the Medina County Juvenile Detention Center

    A $3,000 grant will allow Access the Arts to expand its programming at the Medina County Juvenile Detention Center to include digital arts.

    Access the Arts, to provide digital arts classes for youth at the Medina County Juvenile Detention Center, $3,000

  • Discover Church, to provide food, clothing, personal health care items, cleaning supplies and paper products to families in Medina County, $1,000 
  • Forever Amber Acres Animal Shelter, to expand equine therapy services for Medina County veterans and military spouses, $2,500
  • Habitat for Humanity of Medina County, to support the construction of affordable housing for families in Medina County, $1,000 
  • Integrated Community Solutions, to provide social and educational enrichment programs for Medina County residents with developmental disabilities, $1,500 
  • Leadership Medina County, to support an annual diversity and inclusion program that will build a culture of belonging within the Medina County community, $1,000 
  • Live Inspired, to provide books and educational toys to economically and educationally disadvantaged Medina County families with young children, $1,000 
  • Matthew 25 Coalition, to provide rent and mortgage assistance to asset-limited families in southwest Medina County, $4,000 
  • Medina Cares Inc., to upgrade the organization’s answering system and expand financial assistance to more adults experiencing a medical crisis in Medina County, $2,500 
  • Medina County Arts Council, to support performances, activities and classes during Arts Week 2022, $1,200 
  • Newbridge Place, to provide safe and affordable housing for low-income veterans with disabilities at the Newbridge Veterans Place in Lodi, $3,500 
  • Operation Homes, to provide shelter and food for homeless individuals in Medina County as they work toward permanent housing and independence, $5,000 
  • Recovery Center of Medina County, to support individuals and families affected by substance abuse by creating equal access to recovery support services, $2,500 
  • Stewart’s Caring Place, to provide support services and wellness programs for Medina County residents impacted by cancer, $2,000 
  • Tri-County Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates, to provide academic intervention and career pathway programming for at-risk and low-income Medina County students, $2,000  
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