Joe Burrow Foundation awards $500,000 in Do Good Grants
The Joe Burrow Foundation announced today that it is awarding a total of $594,056 in Do Good Grants to 21 organizations in Ohio and Louisiana that are working to overcome food insecurity and childhood mental health issues.
The organizations in Ohio include:
Activities Beyond the Classroom
BLOC Ministries, Inc.
Community Matters Cincinnati, Inc.
Feed the Hungry Project
Last Mile Food Rescue
Lockland Local School District
Meigs County Schools Food Pantry
Mighty Children’s Museum
Wesley Chapel Mission Center
The organizations in Louisiana include:
29 11 Academy
Baton Rouge Youth Coalition
Family and Youth Service Center
Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge
Ochsner Health Clinic
Opening Doors A Louisiana Nonprofit Corporation
Son of a Saint
The Walls Project
Three O’Clock Project
“We are thrilled to be able to fund these 21 projects in both Ohio and in Louisiana,” said Robin Burrow, Secretary/Treasurer of the Joe Burrow Foundation. “All of these organizations reflect our mission of childhood mental health and food insecurity, and we are proud to partner with each of them.”
The next Do Good Grant cycle for the Joe Burrow Foundation opens September 30 and closes October 31. Those interested in applying during the next Do Good Grant cycle can apply via our Do Good Grant online application.