As part of its ongoing commitment to communities, Dominion Energy, parent company of Dominion Energy Ohio, is contributing a $10,000 Critical Community Needs Grant to West Ohio Food Bank in Lima.
The local grant is part of $155,000 in such grants presented in Ohio and an overall $1.6 million overall awarded to more than 200 nonprofit organizations providing essential human services in 12 states. This is the fourth year the company has awarded more than $1 million to meet critical community needs.
“Each year we look at ways to support charitable organizations that work day-in and day-out to make a positive impact in our communities,” said Hunter A. Applewhite, president of the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation, the company’s charitable arm. “These grants will help provide the food, shelter and medical care needed by many for a better life.”
Other Ohio grant recipients are:
.Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Cleveland, $15,000.
.Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry, Cleveland, $15,000
.Cleveland Municipal School District, $10,000.
.Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center, Cleveland, $10,000.
.Eliza Bryant Village, Cleveland, $10,000.
.A Second Home for You, Cleveland, $5,000.
.Battered Women’s Shelter, Akron, $5,000.
.Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Akron, $5,000.
.Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, $5,000.
.Enterprise Community Partners, Cleveland, $5,000.
.Family Promise of Summit County, Akron, $5,000
.Family Promise of Greater Cleveland, $5,000.
.Joseph’s Home, Cleveland, $5,000.
.Lake County Free Clinic, Painesville, $5,000.
.Providence House, Cleveland, $5,000.
.Rahab Ministries, Akron, $5,000.
.St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, $5,000.
.West Side Catholic Center, $5,000.
.Mobilemed 1, Lyndhurst, $5,000.
.Second Harvest Food Bank, Youngstown, $5,000.
.Stark County Hunger Task Force, Canton $5,000.
.YMCA Mahoning Valley, Youngstown, $5,000.