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Grant application deadline approaching

Grant application deadline approaching

| April 1, 2021

Deadline for unrestricted grant applications for the second meeting of the Coshocton Foundation’s Distribution Committee for Fiscal Year 2021 is Friday, May 14. In addition to schools, churches and government agencies, community organizations with a current 501(c)(3) non-profit designation may submit grant applications for consideration by the committee, which will meet in early June. Information […]

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Coshocton Foundation distributes funds

Coshocton Foundation distributes funds

| January 21, 2021

The distribution committee of the Coshocton Foundation had its first meeting of Fiscal Year 2021 recently and reviewed 30 grant applications totaling $330,944.44. The committee awarded 15 grants totaling $97,476, to numerous community organizations. The grants awarded include: $25,000 to Kno-Ho-Co- Ashland Community Action Commission to help renovate a Hickory Street building to serve as […]

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Grant applications due to Coshocton Foundation by Dec. 18

Grant applications due to Coshocton Foundation by Dec. 18

| November 6, 2020

Deadline for unrestricted grant applications for the first meeting of the Coshocton Foundation’s Distribution Committee for Fiscal Year 2021 is Friday, Dec. 18. In addition to schools, churches and government agencies, community organizations with a current 501(c)(3) non-profit designation may submit grant applications for consideration by the committee, which will meet in early January. Information […]

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Coshocton Foundation awards 26 grants

Coshocton Foundation awards 26 grants

| September 16, 2020

The Distribution Committee of the Coshocton Foundation had its final meeting of Fiscal Year 2020 recently and reviewed 48 grant applications totaling $572,952.94. The committee awarded 26 grants totaling $184,616.56, thus expending their total budget for the fiscal year, to numerous community organizations. The grants awarded include: $27,214 to the Coshocton City Convention and Visitors […]

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Coshocton Foundation helping locals earn degrees

Coshocton Foundation helping locals earn degrees

| September 15, 2020

A winner of one of the Coshocton Foundation’s adult or “non-traditional student” scholarships, the Jones Metal Products Adult Legacy Scholarship, has been announced by the Coshocton Foundation. Michael A. Moore of Coshocton was awarded the $2,000 scholarship for Coshocton County residents attending COTC. Moore will be studying criminal justice with the goal of one day […]

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Coshocton Foundation grant applications due Aug. 21

Coshocton Foundation grant applications due Aug. 21

| August 12, 2020

Deadline for unrestricted grant applications for the final meeting of the Coshocton Foundation’s Distribution Committee for Fiscal Year 2020 is Friday, Aug. 21. In addition to schools, churches and government agencies, community organizations with a current 501(c)(3) non-profit designation may submit grant applications for consideration by the committee, which will meet in early September. Information […]

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Coshocton Foundation awards grants

Coshocton Foundation awards grants

| June 18, 2020

The distribution committee of the Coshocton Foundation had its second meeting of fiscal year 2020 recently and awarded nine grants totally $53,868.44 to several community organizations. The grants include: $15,935 to the Coshocton City and County Park District for upgrades to the softball building and district office deck replacement with handicap ramp and designated parking; […]

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Coshocton Foundation offers scholarships for non-traditional students

Coshocton Foundation offers scholarships for non-traditional students

| June 2, 2020

The Coshocton Foundation has announced its 2020 scholarships for adult, “non-traditional” students. Foundation executive director Bob Pell explained that the Coshocton Foundation awards more than 100 scholarships each year, most of which are designated for graduating high school seniors. In recent years, more adults are returning to college and many have expressed a need for […]

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