Burton D. Morgan Foundation supports programs that develop the mindset, agency, and skills to design and actualize enterprising ideas and solutions.

Akron Community Foundation, $250,000
To establish the Dick Chenoweth Fund for Experiential Education

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

America SCORES Cleveland, $11,250
For the One Hen program

Beachwood City Schools, $6,000
For the Eureka! micro-business competition

Boys Hope Girls Hope of Northeastern Ohio, $3,500
For professional development, field trips to entrepreneurial activities, and program supplies

Buckeye Local School District, $15,950
To support teacher training and coaching

Center for Arts-Inspired Learning, $17,100
To develop and implement The Creative Path

Cleveland Water Alliance, $8,000
For a hackathon for high schools students focused on the development of creative technology solutions for Lake Erie challenges

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, $4,600
To coordinate and implement Hack '19

Effective Leadership Academy, $4,000
For Camp LEAD scholarships and Entrepreneurship Day at Chamber Leadership Academy

Emmanuel Christian Academy, $19,250
For entrepreneurship and financial literacy programming

Entrepreneurial Engagement Ohio, $62,750
To support STEM entrepreneurship and Innovation forums in NEO (two years)

Girl Scouts of North East Ohio, $20,000
For the Teen CEO:  Be Your Own Boss program

Great Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America, $5,200
For the Entrepreneurship Merit Badge Program

Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio, $5,000
For travel expenses to JA Company of the Year competition

Lawrence School, $8,500
To establish a new Upper School Entrepreneurship Club and an evergreen loan fund for student-run businesses

Learning About Business, $10,000
To support the 2019 summer camp

National Inventors Hall of Fame, Inc., $189,800
To support Camp Invention and Invention Project programming

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, $85,000
To support educators in Northeast Ohio and train new NEO educators

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

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

The University of Akron Foundation, $20,000
To develop digital course materials for the Entrepreneurship Teacher Institute

University School, $227,660
For the 2019 Enspire conference

University School, $10,000
For a keynote speaker at the thinkBIG! Summit

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

University School, $140,000
To support Lemonade Day NEO (two years)

Western Reserve Historical Society, $264,500
To support entrepreneurship programming and curriculum development for the 8th grade To Market program (two years)

Woodridge Local School System, up to $225,000
for the benefit of Six District Educational Compact to develop an experiential entrepreneurship education guide that can be integrated into a variety of career-technical education trades (three years)

Total:  $1,777,060