Greater Toledo Community Foundation Continues Work To Help Nonprofits’ COVID-19 Recovery Efforts Through Grants From Its Community Resilience Fund

TOLEDO, OHIO, October 15, 2020 – The Board of Trustees of Greater Toledo Community Foundation (GTCF) recently awarded the second round of grants totaling $64,974 from its Community Resilience Fund to five area nonprofit organizations.

Grants from the Foundation’s Community Resilience Fund are designed to assist nonprofit organizations in the Greater Toledo region in transitioning to sustainable recovery efforts in the wake of circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Combined with the grants announced in early September, this round brings the total granted from this fund to $147,174. GTCF is the largest philanthropic organization in northwest Ohio, committed to building healthy communities and promoting the responsible stewardship of resources.

Grants were recently awarded to the following organizations:

Adelante – to upgrade the organization’s communications system.

Anne Grady Services – to support an employment program for developmentally disabled participants.

Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio – to launch a collaborative approach to advanced care planning.

Team Recovery – to transition to a virtual approach to supporting family members of recovering addicts.

YMCA and JCC of Greater Toledo – to support transitioning the Wayman Palmer location into a community hub.

GTCF will continue to make grants from the Community Resilience Fund through the end of 2020. See our website for additional information and a list of all recipients of grants from this fund at https://www.toledocf.org/gtcf-covid-19-response-fund-grantees/.