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Published by: Kim Connor

June 30, 2021 | Ohio Credit Union Foundation

The Foundation has $250,000 in grant funds available to credit unions in support of programs, projects, or initiatives that prioritize individuals reentering local communities (youth foster care, domestic abuse survivors, ex-offenders, and addiction recovery). Join the Ohio Credit Union Foundation for lunch in your area of the state to hear more about the New Beginnings Project and connect with community organizations currently serving one of the project’s four focus areas. The new specialized grant will provide one-time support up to $10,000. Funding is open to both new/pilot or existing programs, projects, or initiatives.

Click here to RSVP for lunch, learn more about the grant, and discover possible project partners.

Have questions or want to share a possible community partner in your region? Reach out to Christy Clark or Sean Fink for all your grant questions and answers.

Contact or Sean Fink for questions or assistance.

Sean Fink
Sean Fink Communications Manager E: sfink@ohiocul.org
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