Summit Foundation is excited to announce that it recently awarded $635,200 to 56 local nonprofit organizations through its Spring grant cycle. This support is part of $2 million in grants donated annually by the Foundation to nearly 100 community partners. The grants were allocated to address a variety of community needs, including housing, healthcare, mental health support, food security, arts and culture, youth programming, and environmental conservation.

"We are honored to support these exceptional organizations that form the backbone of our community," said Jeanne Bistranin, Executive Director of the Summit Foundation. The Spring grant recipients represent a diverse range of nonprofits, each chosen based on their proven dedication to improving the quality of life in Summit County. Approximately 10% of the grants are awarded to neighboring communities to support the local workforce residing there.

The Summit Foundation continues to support nonprofits and encourage collaboration that drives positive change, with the aim to build a thriving and inclusive community for all by strategically investing in organizations that align with their mission. With the recent Spring grants, the Foundation proudly celebrates giving back over $53,000,000 to the community over our 40-year history.