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Edward and Ruth Wilkof Philanthropic Fund

Edward and Ruth Wilkof Philanthropic Fund

  • EST. 1990

Edward Wilkof and his brother Ervin founded the Turner Quick-Lift Corporation in Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkof established their Community Charitable Fund in Stark Community Foundation to aid in addressing varied community needs.

Ervin and Marie Wilkof Philanthropic Fund

Ervin and Marie Wilkof Philanthropic Fund

  • EST. 1990

Along with his brother Edward, Ervin Wilkof co-founded Turner Quick-Lift Corporation. In 1990, Mr. and Mrs. Wilkof established this Community Charitable Fund to support a variety of causes in Stark County.

Bill and Denise Williams Advised Fund

  • EST. 2012

The Bill and Denise Williams donor advised fund was established to provide funding to charitable community organizations related to the arts, educational institutions of higher learning and agencies that assist individuals with their basic daily nutritional needs.

Williams Family Blessed to be a Blessing Fund

  • EST. 2014

Tom and Kaylene Williams established this fund as a means to bless others out of the many blessings they have received from God and to encourage their children to do the same.

Margretta Bockius Wilson Fund

  • EST. 1979

Philanthropist Ralph L. Wilson established this fund as a memorial to his wife. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wilson enjoyed the visual arts, and Ralph Wilson stipulated that income from this fund is to be used to purchase artwork for the permanent collection of the Canton Museum of Art.

Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Research and Preservation Center Endowment Fund

  • EST. 2015

Named after Hall of Famer and founder of the Buffalo Bills, the Ralph Wilson, Jr. Pro Football Research and Preservation Center houses and preserves the largest and most comprehensive collection of historic documents, photographs and artifacts related to the history of professional football. The Center also includes a video conferencing lab designed to connect schools and students from around the country to the educational assets of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Income from this fund will support the Hall of Fame’s ever-growing collection and support programs related to the Center.

Ralph L. Wilson Philanthropic Fund

Ralph L. Wilson Philanthropic Fund

  • EST. 1972

Ralph L. Wilson who died in 1979 was one of the nation’s foremost metallurgists. At the time of his retirement in 1964, he was Director of Metallurgy for The Timken Company. Ralph Wilson’s interest in art later materialized in his important collection of American contemporary art, much of which he donated to the Canton Museum of Art.

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