CareSource Foundation awards more than $214k in grants

The Dayton-based CareSource Foundation has awarded $214,100 in grants to nonprofits across Ohio in its second round of quarterly funding this year.

The foundation, which is the charitable arm of the namesake Medicaid managed care provider based downtown, provides grants to health and human services organizations that focus on such issues as children’s health, senior housing, community health and uninsured populations.

Locally, the foundation has awarded $60,000 to seven nonprofits in the Dayton area, including the House of Bread in West Dayton, which was awarded $10,000 to help cover staff, food costs and emergency services.

In addition, Widows Home of Dayton, Daybreak, South Community, Inc., Project READ, the Health Partners Free Clinic in Troy and the Clark County Literacy Coalition in Springfield also received grants.

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