Thank you, Foundation Funders
As we near the end of this anniversary year — we continue to give thanks to the people and organizations who have supported the Center for Respite Care’s 20-year journey.
Securing funding is a yearlong effort. Pictured here is a breakdown of the Center’s various funding sources. This is taken from the Center’s most recent Annual Report. https://www.centerforrespitecare.org/annual-report/
Of the 37.8 % of funding provided by the community, 22.3% comes to the Center by way of grants from foundations.
These organizations have varied histories. Some have grown from the philanthropic vision of individuals and families. Some are under the umbrella of faith-based organizations. Others still are branches of corporations and local business that want to provide support to the wider community.
All of them have a mission to provide funding for specific single or multiple causes. The Center looks to partner with foundations who support issues like Health Care, Housing, and service to those living on the margins of our community. Listed below, are foundations that have provided funding in the Center’s 2023-24 fiscal year and those that are pending a response. New applications are in the works, and we are always prospecting for new funding partners in service to the Center’s clients.
- Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Charitable Service Trust
- SC Ministries
- Christ Church Cathedral
- Bell Charitable Foundation
- Interact for Health
- Scripps Howard Foundation
- H.C.S. Foundation
- Edelweiss Foundation
- Unnewehr Foundation
- Sutphin Foundation
- Academy of Medicine
- Health Path Foundation of Ohio
- Mutual of America Foundation
- L&L Nippert
- PNC Charitable Trust
Thank you to our area foundations – who work tirelessly for our citizenry. Thank you for your belief in the Center, our clients, and the work that we do. We could not do it without you.