Our Family Tree
Learn about the generous donors who have established charitable funds through Stark Community Foundation.
The Henry and Louise Timken Foundation awarded grants to nonprofits strengthening Stark County, and recently helped Canton Country Day School renovate its 40-acre outdoor learning campus.
Henry and Louise Timken Foundation
Est. 1980 / Supporting Foundation
The Henry and Louise Timken Foundation became a supporting foundation of Stark Community Foundation in 1980 and has awarded grants to nonprofits strengthening Stark County for more than 40 years. Most recently, the foundation helped Canton Country Day School (CCDS) renovate its 40-acre outdoor learning campus. As a certified wilderness and wildlife school, CCDS’ outdoor learning campus features outdoor classrooms, wetlands, nature trails, a pond and two playground areas.
Thanks to the foundation’s support, CCDS was able to replace its two, 20-plus-years-old outdoor playgrounds with new, state-of-the-art playground equipment. The inclusive space is designed to support cognitive, physical, social and emotional development of the preschool through eighth grade students it serves, summer camp attendees and other local children who visit the campus with their families.