Burton D. Morgan Foundation supports programs that seek to instill unquenchable curiosity, adept problem solving skills, and an active entrepreneurial mindset in children and teens.

Akron Public Schools, $19,150
For the Marketing Challenge Program (2 years)

America SCORES Cleveland, $10,000
For the One Hen entrepreneurship program

Beachwood City Schools, $10,000
For the NOISE Expo 2019

Effective Leadership Academy, $2,500
To support Entrepreneurship Day 2018 in Warrensville Heights

Emmanuel Christian Academy, $18,620
For the Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship Program

Entrepreneurial Engagement Ohio, $60,000
for STEM commercialization and entrepreneurship forums

Gilmour Academy, $10,000
To provide reusable equipment and recyclable capital to support student-run businesses

Great Lakes Science Center, $20,000
For the Great Science Academy

Great Trail Council Boy Scouts of America, $6,000
For the Entrepreneurship Merit Badge Program

Hershey Montessori School, $7,500
To support the Hershey Market

Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio, $100,000
For entrepreneurship programming and operations (2 years)

Junior Achievement of Greater Cleveland, $120,000
For entrepreneurship programming and operations (2 years)

Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley, $100,000
For entrepreneurship programming and operations (2 years)

Junior Achievement of North Central Ohio,  $170,000
For entrepreneurship programming and operations (2 years)

Lawrence School, $8,000
For entrepreneurship programming

Learning About Business, $10,000
For a business summer camp for high school students

National Inventors Hall of Fame, $182,000
To support Camp Invention and Invention Project programming and the development of the Innovation Force curricula

Prepared 4 Life, $10,000
For the license fee for Lemonade Day NEO

SEED SPOT, $20,000
For the EXPLORE entrepreneurship program

Teen Enterprise, $5,000
To support pop-up shops

The Greater Expectations Intercontinental Sacred Arts Society, $7,500
For the Saviours Arts & Entrepreneurship program

University School, $136,500
To support Young Entrepreneur Institute programming

University School, $20,000
To provide mini-grants for educators attending the Enspire conference in 2018 and 2019

University School, up to $175,250
To support the 2018 Enspire Conference

University School, $70,000
To support Lemonade Day NEO

Urban Community School, $6,200
To support the bike repair shop and to offset teaching costs related to the delivery of entrepreneurship curriculum

Western Reserve Academy, $4,400
For a high school hackathon for Global Entrepreneurship Week

Youth Opportunities Unlimited, $30,000
For E CITY programming at eight high schools

Total:  $1,306,620