The Osteopathic Heritage Foundations Approve $4.2 Million in New Funding Awards

This fall, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (the Foundations) approved funding totaling $4,258,742 supporting programs and initiatives serving central and southeastern Ohio.   Funding from the Foundations will support a new dental safety net clinic; osteopathic graduate medical education; recovery and treatment services for individuals experiencing substance use disorders; increased access to breast health services; and expanded homeownership opportunities for low-income families. Learn more about recent funding awards in our eNewsletter. Read more >

Announcements

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2018 Spring Grant Cycle Partnership
2/21/2018

2018 Spring Grant Cycle Partnership

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (OHFN) and the Rocky Community Improvement Fund (RCIF) are pleased to announce their 2018 spring grant cycle funding partnership. 

Osteopathic Heritage Foundations Select New President
12/15/2017

Osteopathic Heritage Foundations Select New President

Terri Donlin Huesman has been selected President of the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville. She will assume her new role effective January 1, 2018, replacing longtime chief executive Richard A. Vincent who recently advanced his retirement effective December 31, 2017.

Foundations Announce $1.9 Million in Capital Funding Awards
12/8/2017

Foundations Announce $1.9 Million in Capital Funding Awards

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation (OHF) and The Columbus Foundation (TCF) recently announced the 2017 grant awards through the Capital Improvement Funding Partnership. Since forming the partnership in 2014, the two foundations have awarded more than $8 million to 64 nonprofit organizations in support of 81 programs and services. Read more >

Reports & Research

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Vision 2020 Award Annual Report 2016/17
12/31/2017

Vision 2020 Award Annual Report 2016/17

Read Highlights from the  Osteopathic Heritage Foundation Vision 2020 Award Annual Report.

Age-Friendly Columbus Strategic Plan
11/30/2017

Age-Friendly Columbus Strategic Plan

This report assesses the Age-Friendliness of Columbus and sets forth a three-year city-wide action plan. It is also intended to be a resource to strengthen quality of life for people of all ages across Franklin County and Central Ohio.

Capital Improvement Funding Partnership: Year Three Investment Summary
2/1/2017

Capital Improvement Funding Partnership: Year Three Investment Summary

Read the Capital Improvement Funding Partnership: Year Three Investment Summary.

Heritage eNewsletter 


Current Issue Highlights:

  • OHF Approve $4.2 Million in New Funding Awards
  • Foundations Announce $1.9 Million in Capital Funding Awards
  • OHFN and 317 Board Continue Funding Collaboration
  • OHFN and RCIF Announce Fall 2017 Funding Awards