There is a growing interest among large foundations in Ohio in supporting economic development activities in the state. According to Spotlight on Economic Development Grantmaking in Ohio, grant dollars in this category increased from $24.5 million in 2005 to $62 million in 2008, a 152% upswing. As a share of total giving in Ohio, economic development grants doubled, from 7 to 14 percent. In 2008, nearly half of these grant dollars supported employment training and services, and a quarter went for urban development projects.
Title: Spotlight on Economic Development Grantmaking in Ohio 2011
Publication date 2011-03-31
Publication Year 2011
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Ohio
, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
, development grants
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