Community Foundation of Lorain County

Once a month, the WEOL Morning Show checks in with the Community Foundation of Lorain County! From COVID-19 support to scholarship opportunities, the Community Foundation does it all!

Check out previous interviews down below!

CLICK HERE to go to the Community Foundation’s website!

January:

Britt Lovett from the Community Foundation of Lorain County stopped by to discuss a handful of things, such as this month’s Neighbor Night as well as availability for scholarship applications!

February:

Laura Malone from the Community Foundation of Lorain County made her monthly visit and talked about upcoming scholarship opportunities as well as the 2022 Lorain County Toni Morrison Essay contest! To find out more, visit their website HERE!

March:

Laura Malone from the Community Foundation of Lorain County joined the guys on this St. Patrick’s Day to talk about the deadline for local non-profits to get involved with their “Connect to a Cause” program.

April:

The third Thursday of the month means it’s to focus on the Community Foundation on WEOL! Development Officer Laura Malone returned to the show to talk about the May 20th Nonprofit Marketing Seminar, Connect to a Cause Business Champions, Humans of Lorain County, and grant applications!

May:

Joining us this month was Development Officer Laura Malone! Laura shared a ton of upcoming events and happenings with the Community Foundation, including:

  • Two new pass-through funds
  • Community Foundation of Lorain County Grants Webinar on Zoom (June 2nd)
  • Annual meeting from 11am to 1pm at the Elyria Performing Arts Center (June 15th)

June:

Stopping by this month was Development Officer Laura Malone, who discussed the foundation giving their largest grant in history in the amount of $1 million to the Mental Health, Addiction, and Recovery Services Board of Lorain County! Laura shared some info on what the money will be used for as well as how these grant dollars came to be.

July:

Laura Malone returned to the show to talk about the Imagination Library as they try to reach 10,000 new child registrations by the end of August. Plus, Laura encouraged listeners to come to Neighbor Night, happening TONIGHT (July 21st) at the Harrison Cultural Center! Don’t forget to join the Lorain and Women’s Leadership Network next month on August 11th for an evening of conversation at Lakeview Park’s Sunset Terrace.

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