Announcement Archives 2016

OhioHealth Nelsonville Health Center Opens with Dedicated Heritage Community Room
11/17/2016

OhioHealth Nelsonville Health Center Opens with Dedicated Heritage Community Room

An open house introducing area residents to the OhioHealth Nelsonville Health Center was held in October.  The new, 20,000 square-foot center provides urgent care and a broad range of outpatient health services to the community, including access to the Heritage Community Room – named in recognition of the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations’ support to create the Heritage Endowment for Community Health Education. Read more about the OhioHealth Nelsonville Health Center and the Heritage Endowment.

OHF Funding Enhances Osteopathic Medical Education
11/17/2016

OHF Funding Enhances Osteopathic Medical Education

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation recently awarded the OhioHealth Foundation a $3.4 million grant to enhance post graduate osteopathic medical education within the OhioHealth Doctors Hospital Department of Medical Education. Read more about OHF’s funding for enhancing osteopathic medical education.

Komen Columbus and OHFN Launch New Funding Partnership
11/16/2016

Komen Columbus and OHFN Launch New Funding Partnership

In recognition of breast cancer awareness month in October, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville and Susan G. Komen Columbus launched the Southeastern Ohio Breast Health Initiative. The funding partnership is designed to reduce barriers and increase access to breast health services. Read more about the Komen Columbus/OHFN Partnership.

Heritage College Adopts $17 Million Endowed Research Strategy
11/16/2016

Heritage College Adopts $17 Million Endowed Research Strategy

As part of the $105 million Vision 2020 funding award from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation, the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has developed a $17 million research endowment strategy designed to expand and strengthen the college’s research platform. Read more about the endowment strategy.

Foundations Announce $2.5 Million in Capital Funding Awards
11/15/2016

Foundations Announce $2.5 Million in Capital Funding Awards

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and The Columbus Foundation recently announced the 2016 funding award recipients through the Capital Improvement Funding Partnership. This year, nineteen organizations received support for capital campaigns and projects designed to improve service delivery for Franklin County’s most vulnerable populations. Read more about the Capital Improvement Funding Partnership.

RCIF and OHFN Announce New Funding Awards
11/15/2016

RCIF and OHFN Announce New Funding Awards

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville continued its successful partnership with the Rocky Community Improvement Fund this fall, leveraging resources in support of programs serving vulnerable populations in southeastern Ohio. Read more about the partnership and Fall 2016 funding awards.

2017 Community Health Funding Opportunity in Southeastern Ohio
11/1/2016

2017 Community Health Funding Opportunity in Southeastern Ohio

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (the Foundation) and Susan G. Komen® Columbus (Komen Columbus) are pleased to announce a newly formed funding partnership designed to reduce barriers and increase access to breast health services and continuum of care in southeastern Ohio. 

President & CEO Rick Vincent Featured in Columbus CEO
10/1/2016

President & CEO Rick Vincent Featured in Columbus CEO

Read the Columbus CEO August Nonprofit Spotlight: Growing the Heritage.

2016 RCIF and OHFN Funding Opportunity
9/12/2016

2016 RCIF and OHFN Funding Opportunity

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (OHFN) and the Rocky Community Improvement Fund (RCIF) are pleased to announce their 2016 fall grant cycle funding partnership.

Osteopathic Heritage Foundation Approves Over $1.8 Million to Support Healthy Aging
8/6/2016

Osteopathic Heritage Foundation Approves Over $1.8 Million to Support Healthy Aging

In June 2016, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation approved funding totaling $1,877,395 for seven Franklin County agencies to support health and wellness programs, case management, and transportation services for an estimated 9,000 of the community’s most vulnerable, older adults. Learn about the organizations supported through the Healthy Aging Initiative.

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