Burton D. Morgan Foundation and its many partners support Northeast Ohio's startup and scaleup ecosystems as these collaborative efforts evolve to advance the region's great ideas and new ventures.

89.7 WKSU, $33,500
For an entrepreneurship-reporting intern ($25,000) and sponsorship of Exploradio ($8,500)

Akron Development Corporation, $3,000
For the FUEL pitch event

Akron Roundtable, $2,500
To sponsor the Daniel Isenberg luncheon in April

Akron SCORE, $35,000
For operating and marketing support

Aviatra Accelerators, $60,000
To support Cleveland operations

BioEnterprise, $150,000
For business development efforts and internship programming

Bounce, $4,500
For website development

Canton Regional SCORE, $12,000
For entrepreneurship support services

Crafty Mart, $4,000
For artist entrepreneur events

Economic and Community Development Institute, $150,000
To support operations of the Akron satellite office

Fund for Our Economic Future of Northeast Ohio, $9,000
For Devil Strip coverage of entrepreneurship

Hudson Library & Historical Society, $57,600
For activities of the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship Research (two years)

ideastream, $40,000
For sponsorship of Nightly Business Report

Kenan-Flagler Business School Foundation, $25,000
For the Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Conference

Launch League, $45,000
For programming support ($25,000) and a challenge grant to garner additional support from the community ($20,000)

Lorain County Community College Foundation, $100,000
For a challenge grant to leverage dollars for Innovation Fund Northeast Ohio

Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET), $100,000
To provide support and consulting services for manufacturing companies, including those participating in the first cohort of Scalerator NEO

National Council for Community Development, $20,000
To support the Capital Access Fund

Summit Artspace, $7,000
For the Artist as an Entrepreneur Institute

Tech Belt Energy Innovation Center, $7,000 
For the Founders Exchange events and an energy hackathon

The Business of Good Foundation, $20,000
For prize money for the SEA Change program

The City Club of Cleveland, $5,000
To sponsor the "Getting to Exit" forum

Team NEO Foundation, $150,000
For the creation of two innovation cluster roadmaps and strategic outreach efforts related to the roadmaps

University of Akron Research Foundation, $15,000
For StartupBus

Urban Age Institute, $10,000
To sponsor the Meeting of the Minds summit

Women's Network of Northeast Ohio, $15,000
For women's entrepreneurship program

Youngstown Edison Incubator Corporation, $110,000
To develop a commercialization framework for additive manufacturing technologies

Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation, $30,000
To support microenterprise programming and the Mahoning Valley is for Entrepreneurs initiative

Total: $1,220,100