Rocky Community Improvement Fund Partnership

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville continued a successful partnership with the Rocky Community Improvement Fund (RCIF), announcing nearly $40,000 in funding awards as part of the spring 2016 grant cycle. The deadline for the RCIF fall grant cycle is October 1, with application guidelines available here.

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville continued a successful partnership with the Rocky Community Improvement Fund, an associate-led philanthropic initiative of Rocky Brands. By combining knowledge and resources, the partnership with RCIF advances the Foundation’s mission, providing targeted support to address significant community needs in Nelsonville and surrounding communities.

The following programs and projects received funding through the partnership’s 2016 spring grant cycle:

  • American Red Cross for Home Fire Preparedness Campaign, $2,500
  • Amesville Parent Teacher Organization for Federal Hocking District Food Program, $3,000
  • Athens Food Rescue for Food Transportation Supplies, $2,750
  • Bishopville Church of Christ Food Pantry for Purchase of a Commercial Generator, $3,000
  • Community Food Initiatives for Nelsonville Garden and Discovery Kitchen Development, $2,500
  • Friends of Strouds Run State Park for an Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant Trail, $3,000
  • Nelsonville Division of Fire for Automated External Defibrillators, $1,602
  • Nelsonville Food Cupboard for Personal Care Program Support, $2,700
  • Nelsonville-York Elementary School for Enhanced Student Technology Access, $3,000
  • Nelsonville-York Elementary School for Barton Reading Intervention Program, $2,180
  • Nelsonville-York High School Science Department for Lab Technology and Equipment, $4,650
  • Southeastern Ohio Food Bank (HAPCAP) for Freezer Expansion and Healthy Food Access Project, $5,000
  • Stuart’s Opera House for Creative Writing Class for Older Adults, $1,000
  • Trimble Textbooks Foundation for Smartboards at Trimble High School, $3,000

Rocky Community Improvement Fund Partnership

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville continued a successful partnership with the Rocky Community Improvement Fund (RCIF), announcing nearly $40,000 in funding awards as part of the spring 2016 grant cycle. The deadline for the RCIF fall grant cycle is October 1, with application guidelines available here.

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville continued a successful partnership with the Rocky Community Improvement Fund, an associate-led philanthropic initiative of Rocky Brands. By combining knowledge and resources, the partnership with RCIF advances the Foundation’s mission, providing targeted support to address significant community needs in Nelsonville and surrounding communities.

The following programs and projects received funding through the partnership’s 2016 spring grant cycle:

  • American Red Cross for Home Fire Preparedness Campaign, $2,500
  • Amesville Parent Teacher Organization for Federal Hocking District Food Program, $3,000
  • Athens Food Rescue for Food Transportation Supplies, $2,750
  • Bishopville Church of Christ Food Pantry for Purchase of a Commercial Generator, $3,000
  • Community Food Initiatives for Nelsonville Garden and Discovery Kitchen Development, $2,500
  • Friends of Strouds Run State Park for an Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant Trail, $3,000
  • Nelsonville Division of Fire for Automated External Defibrillators, $1,602
  • Nelsonville Food Cupboard for Personal Care Program Support, $2,700
  • Nelsonville-York Elementary School for Enhanced Student Technology Access, $3,000
  • Nelsonville-York Elementary School for Barton Reading Intervention Program, $2,180
  • Nelsonville-York High School Science Department for Lab Technology and Equipment, $4,650
  • Southeastern Ohio Food Bank (HAPCAP) for Freezer Expansion and Healthy Food Access Project, $5,000
  • Stuart’s Opera House for Creative Writing Class for Older Adults, $1,000
  • Trimble Textbooks Foundation for Smartboards at Trimble High School, $3,000