Our Family Tree
Learn about the generous donors who have established charitable funds through Stark Community Foundation.
Local construction company gives back with Hammer & Nails
When an Alliance resident contacted local nonprofit construction ministry Hammer & Nails about replacing her front porch this year, she knew it would take close to a miracle to make it happen. That's when Fred Olivieri Construction Co. stepped in.
Bike ministry provides hope for shelter residents
For some, a bike provides more than just a ride — it’s a solution, a sense of autonomy and the difference between making it to a meal and being stuck without food because of a lack of transportation. Mike and Jim at Gemini Bicycle & Ski understand that.
Nonprofit Holiday Giving Guide
If you would like to support your community this holiday season but aren't sure how, Stark Community Foundation can help. Our Nonprofit Holiday Giving Guide is a curated list of year-end needs of 10 local nonprofits serving our community.
Light after Loss offers healing through peer support
For many who have lost loved ones to suicide, the holiday season can be an especially difficult time. Light after Loss provides a space for individuals in our community to heal and process their grief through a strong peer support system and services.
A caring and faithful legacy
From an early age, Robert James “BJ” Murphy was a community champion. The Stark County native graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1997 and earned a bachelor’s degree from Kenyon College and Juris Doctorate from Case Western Reserve University.
Changing Babies Changes Lives
The all-volunteer nonprofit Stark County Diaper Bank collects, stores, repackages and distributes free diapers to families in times of need through a network of community food pantries, family service agencies and faith-based organizations.
New Funds Added to Our Family Tree - Winter 2022
Five charitable funds were established through Stark Community Foundation from July 1 through September 30, 2022.
Local Holiday Traditions
Learn about meaningful traditions enjoyed by local families and organizations this time of year.
2022 Year-End Giving
With the end of 2022 fast approaching, here are 5 ways to make a meaningful impact with your year-end giving.
Community News - Winter 2022
Stay up to date with our community's latest news.
North Canton chiropractor helps veterans
North Canton chiropractor Dr. Timothy Novelli created The Patriot Project to make chiropractic care readily available to service members nationwide through an all-volunteer network of doctors across the country.
The Heart of Stark: Mount Union students fight food insecurity with trick-or-treat
or the 11th year, students from University of Mount Union have celebrated Halloween by collecting donations from the community for Alliance Community Pantry. This year, 2,670 pounds of food were collected during the Trick-or-Treat for Canned Goods event.