July 22, 2014
Ashland County
Community Foundation
300 College Avenue
Ashland, OH 44805

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Freedom from Selfishness Award

Do you know a remarkable woman who demonstrates a long-standing commitment to philanthropy? Nominate her for the Dr. Lucille G. Ford "Freedom from Selfishness" Award. Deadline is August 1, 2014.
Open and Fill Out Nomination Form (fillable online PDF form)

Kids Who Care 2014

There is no age requirement when it comes to practicing philanthropy. Ashland County Community Foundation recognized 27 local kids who have made a difference through fundraising, giving or volunteering at the 2014 Kids Who Care awards and recognition ceremony May 8, 2014 at Ashland County Fairgrounds' Mozelle Hall.

Top Achievers were announced in each of three age groups. Before the winners were revealed, ACCF trustee and Ashland University history professor Emily Hess spoke about the impact of each child.


Ashland County Community Foundation Recognizes Donors

The message of Ashland County Community Foundation's 2013 Donor Recognition Reception was "ordinary people doing extraordinary things." The foundation has seen plenty of "ordinary" people in its 18 years of existence, and in the past year, ACCF reached its 6,000th donor, according to statistics provided by current ACCF board Chairman Jim Hess. In fact, the foundation continues to grow, Hess said; in the state of Ohio, ACCF is now 30th out of 93 community foundations. Read More...

Spring Newsletter Now Available

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Teacher Mini-Grants Available

The application deadline is September 8. Details and Application Forms...

Community Grants Available

The application deadline is September 15. Details and Application Forms...

Funding the Future

  Ashland County Community Foundation in Ashland, Ohio has been funding the future of the community since 1995. We understand both sides of the philanthropic exchange.

We know our community of donors and we know the needs of Ashland County. Matching resources to needs, whether financial or knowledge-based, is at the heart of our mission.

What is a Community Foundation?
10 Reasons to Give

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In the News

Executive Director/CEO
At ACCF's October 31st Annual Donor Appreciation Reception, Jim Cutright was officially introduced as the Ashland County Community Foundation's new Executive Director/CEO. Dr. Lucille Ford, President, will remain active in her role as Senior Advisor, as well as serving to enhance existing relationships with ACCF's donors and partner agencies.

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