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Belden Village Kiwanis - Msgr. Joseph A. Krispinsky Scholarship Fund

Belden Village Kiwanis - Msgr. Joseph A. Krispinsky Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 1996

This scholarship fund was created in honor of Monsignor Krispinsky, a longtime active member of the Belden Village Kiwanis. Directed by the Kiwanis Nominating Committee, scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors who are pursuing post-secondary education and are also active members of their school’s Key Club sponsored by Belden Village Kiwanis for a minimum of one year.

William H. and Jeanne G. Belden Philanthropic Fund

  • EST. 1993

Bell-Herron Scholarship Foundation

  • EST. 2019

The Bell-Herron Scholarship Foundation was originally established in 1963 and is named in honor of two former Carrollton superintendents – W.R. Bell and J. Wendell Herron. To perpetuate their love of learning, scholarships are awarded annually to Carrollton High School graduates to make the possibility of earning an advanced degree a reality. Throughout the years, many donors have contributed to the foundation in honor and memory of local individuals, families and businesses.

Dr. Murray M. and Hanna V. Bett Charitable Fund

  • EST. 2010

Hanna Bett established this fund in honor of her late husband, Dr. Murray M. Bett, a prominent local pediatric and general surgeon who was passionate about giving back to the community. The fund will support children and senior services, music education and other nonprofit organizations in Stark County.

BBB Charitable and Educational Endowment Fund

BBB Charitable and Educational Endowment Fund

  • EST. 2014

This fund is a not-for-profit charitable organization that supports the BBB’s vision of an ethical marketplace, where buyers and sellers can trust each other. The BBB Charitable and Educational Fund will provide education to businesses, charities and consumers within the communities they serve.

Bigler Family Charitable Fund

Bigler Family Charitable Fund

  • EST. 2018

Jeff Bigler created a charitable fund to benefit an array of organizations that are important to him and his family. This fund will eventually be passed down to his daughters, Ashley and Andrea, to continue supporting the causes they care about most.

Paul R. and Jane A. Bishop Charitable Fund

  • EST. 2002
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Protecting Stark's Future Webinar

Protecting Stark's Future Webinar

Rooted in research, this report outlines why Stark County needs to intentionally work together to coordinate efforts and target resources to reduce child poverty.

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