Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation



Founded in 1997, the Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation is an endowment set up to benefit people, institutions and communities primarily in the Ross County Ohio area.

While this area is the primary focus of our services and programs, donors can establish endowed and non-endowed funds to benefit any population or geographical area in the world through the Community Foundation to support established charities, including religious institutions.

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Recent News from Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation


Bainbridge fire department receives grant for new equipment
Foundation: Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation

BAINBRIDGE - The Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation has authorized a grant of $14,900 to the Bainbridge Fire Department. This grant...more

Network for Local Nonprofits and Friends Launched
Foundation: Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation

The Chillicothe-Ross Nonprofit Network has recently launched at the Chillicothe Country Club under the helm of the Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation. Mandilyn Hart, project director of the...more

Help sought to restore Joshua Sill's monument
Foundation: Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation

Because the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War does not have a 501(c)3 nonprofit status, the organization enlisted the help of the Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation so residents have a way...more



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Ross County, OH

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Social Innovation Business Offers Financing Solutions to Youth


Social Innovation Business Offers Financing Solutions to Youth

A Toronto-based organization, Youth Social Innovation (YSI), has recently announced two investments that involve Growth Mosaic and MENTORnetwork. The two companies will each receive a $10,000 loan.


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