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Governor Announces Grants to Leverage Public-Private Partnerships to Support Ohio Families

Governor Announces Grants to Leverage Public-Private Partnerships to Support Ohio Families

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Monday signed two executive orders directing Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program funding to initiatives that will provide support services to Ohio families.

The Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives reviewed proposals for Governor’s Grant Awards for fiscal year 2020 to fund recovery and children’s programs.

Executive Order 2019-28D distributes fiscal year 2020 Governor’s Grant Awards to the following agencies:

County Served

Organization Name

Purpose

Amount

Allen, Franklin, Lucas, and Ross

Alvis

Provide reentry services

Up to $25,000

Allen, Hardin, and Putnam

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Provide supportive services to youth

Up to $11,350

Clark

Citi Lookout

Provide recovery support

Up to $33,000

Cuyahoga

Birthing Beautiful

Provide supportive services to pregnant moms

Up to $300,000

Cuyahoga

Project Lift

Assist teenage males at risk of homelessness

Up to $225,000

Cuyahoga

Rid-All

Provide food assistance un urban communities

Up to $50,000

Cuyahoga

Values in Action

Provide workforce development and mentoring to youth

Up to $89,000

Cuyahoga

YMCA of Greater Cleveland

Provide workforce and recovery support

Up to $200,000

Cuyahoga

Youth Opportunities Unlimited

Provide workforce development to youth

Up to $90,000

Franklin

African American Male Wellness Initiative

Provide recovery supports to urban minority communities

Up to $232,500

Franklin

Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services

Provide supportive services to low income families

Up to $150,000

Franklin

First Church of God

Provide supportive services to families

Up to $40,000

Franklin

Habitat for Humanity for Ohio

Provide personal development services to families

Up to $100,000

Franklin

Men 4 The Movement

Provide supportive services to families

Up to $10,000

Franklin

Our Helpers

Build workforce development and ESL

Up to $52,296

Franklin

ROOTT

Provide health education services to prevent infant mortality to families

Up to $251,250

Franklin

Serving Our Neighbors

Assist with expanding ESL programs

Up to $75,000

Franklin

The Starfish Alliance, Inc.

Provide mentoring and education programs to youth

Up to $75,000

Franklin

Star House

Provide housing and workforce development to homeless teens

Up to $30,000

Franklin

Teen Start

Provide mentoring and life skills

Up to $25,000

Franklin

The Rickenbacker Woods Foundation

Provide afterschool and workforce development

Up to $90,000

Franklin

Women2Women

Provide recovery support and personal development to young girls

Up to $50,000

Franklin

Women’s Care Center

Provide education and support to expectant mothers

Up to $100,000

Hamilton

BLOC Ministries Inc. and Urban Training Kitchen

For afterschool program, workforce development training, and housing support for homeless women

Up to $243,000

Hamilton

First Step Home

Provide recovery support to women

Up to $81,000

Hamilton

The Children’s Home

Provide mental health and recovery support

Up to $60,000

Hancock, Lucas, Seneca, Wood, and Williams

Connecting Kids to Meals

Provide food security to youth

Up to $75,000

Lawrence

Backpack Buddies

Provide food security for youth

Up to $46,500

Madison

Children’s Hunger Alliance

Provide a pilot program for nutrition literacy for the reentry population

Up to $25,547

Mahoning

Adaptive Sports Programs of Ohio

Provide supportive services to youth

Up to $250,000

Montgomery

Agape for Youth

Provide supportive services to youth and families

Up to $150,000

Montgomery

Daybreak/Youth Build

Provide workforce development services

Up to $50,000

Montgomery

Moms2B

Provide support to under-privileged expectant mothers in Dayton

Up to $479,545

Scioto

Operation Grace

Assist under-privileged children with addiction crisis

Up to $52,000

Trumbull

The Basement Outreach Ministries

Provide emergency housing and recovery support

Up to $50,000

Union

The Hope Center

Provide food security to youth

Up to $250,000

Various

Boys & Girls Clubs of Ohio

Provide supportive services to youth in rural counties

Up to $750,000

Various

Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio

Provide housing services

Up to $250,000

Various

Loved Ones of Prisoners

Provide family reunification support

Up to $30,000

Various

Volunteers of America: Fresh Start Program

Provide recovery support for pregnant women

Up to $50,000

Various

Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation

Provide case management services for youth suicide prevention

Up to $1 million

The Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives reviewed applications for Capacity Building Grants for public-private partnerships for housing, reentry, workforce development, food security, personal development, children’s initiatives, and recovery initiatives.

Executive Order 2019-29D distributes fiscal year 2020 Capacity Building Grants to the following agencies:

County Served

Agency

Purpose

Amount

Clark

Kiononia House

Provide recovery support

Up to $25,000

Cuyahoga

MANNA Food from Heaven Ministries

Provide food security for homeless individuals

Up to $25,000

Fairfield

G & H Community Learning Center

Provide academic support for children

Up to $15,000

Fairfield and Franklin

Father’s House International

Provide food security

Up to $25,000

Franklin

Community Shelter Board

Provide housing for low-income pregnant women

Up to $25,000

Franklin

Life Beyond the Streets

Provide housing security and support

Up to $25,000

Franklin

Muslim Family Services of Ohio

Provide workforce development

Up to $25,000

Franklin

Rispress Ministries Inc.

Provide supportive services to youth

Up to $5,000

Franklin

Sisters of Empowerment

Provide financial development for individuals

Up to $25,000

Franklin

Speak Project Ohio

Provide wellness services for children and families

Up to $25,000

Franklin

Step-Up Foundation

Provide drug prevention for youth

Up to $20,000

Franklin

Turnkey Development Institute

Provide supportive services to families in underprivileged communities

Up to $25,000

Franklin

UNIK Foundation

Provide workforce development skills and work placement for disadvantaged youth

Up to $25,000

Franklin

Whitehall Cap Inc.

Provide recovery support for low income individuals

Up to $25,000

Franklin

Victory Deliverance Center

Provide personal development for at risk youth

Up to $20,000

Jackson

Warriors 4 Christ Recovery Ministries

Provide case management and outreach services for families in recovery

Up to $25,000

Lake

Cedar Hills

Provide housing and recovery services

Up to $25,000

Stark

Simply Youth

Provide career exploration for youth

Up to $25,000

More information about the Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives can be found on the governor’s website at Governor.Ohio.gov.