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CareSource Foundation Provides $287,500 of Funding for 37 Ohio Organizations
Date:12/19/2013

Dayton, Ohio (PRWEB) December 19, 2013

Holiday Season Grant Awards total $287,500

The CareSource Foundation recently awarded its final round of quarterly grants for 2013. The Foundation provides grants to organizations in health and human services domains with a focus on children’s health, issues of senior adults, community health, special needs populations and strategies to address the medically uninsured throughout the state of Ohio.

The CareSource Foundation was created to fund nonprofits that share the Foundation’s mission of advancing the health and well-being of underserved people in the communities they serve by providing innovative solutions and funding to address health care needs. These grants have been selected through a rigorous review process that evaluates innovation, impact and sustainability.

CareSource 4th Quarter Foundation Grants Highlights:

  • Hannah’s Treasure Chest is an organization that responds to the needs of children by providing clothing, furniture, and toys to parents struggling to raise their children without sufficient resources. The CareSource grant will support operational expansion of the Hannah’s Treasure Chest, which collaborates with more than 50 partner agencies on behalf of underserved children.
  • Linda Vista is a transitional housing organization based in Dayton that provides safe shelter and a comprehensive self-sufficiency program for homeless women. Nearly 250 women and their children have been served by Linda Vista housing and homeless services since their launch in 2008. The CareSource grant will help provide transition and life skills for Linda Vista residents.

Funding by City:
Dayton, Ohio Area - $70,000
Hannah’s Treasure Chest
Cancer Support Community of Western Ohio
American Red Cross
Linda Vista
Compassionate Care of Shelby County

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