As our home base, the historic City of Hudson represents an important grantmaking priority for Morgan Foundation.  The Foundation provides grants to organizations that contribute to the vibrant sense of community that makes Hudson a special place to live and work.

Case-Barlow Bicentennial Farm, $1,500
For event support

City of Hudson, $1,200
For operating support

Destination Hudson, $6,000
For operating support

First Congregational Church of Hudson, $10,000
For operating support

Hudson City School District, $10,000
To support Hudson Middle School clubs

Hudson City School District, $15,000
To support Hudson High School clubs

Hudson Community First, $6,000
For the Career Panel and Intern for a Day Program

Hudson Community Foundation, $3,000
For the Vincent William Baran Charitable Fund

Hudson Community Foundation, $2,500
For the Hudson DEI Alliance

Hudson Community Foundation, $2,500
For the Hudson Bandstand Fund, for the 2023 summer concert series

Hudson Community Service Association, $8,000
For the Helping Hands Assistance Fund

Hudson Farmers Market, $5,000
For operating support

Hudson Heritage Association, $250
For a 2023 Preservationist Membership

Hudson Job Search, $7,500
For operating support

Hudson Montessori School, $5,000
For operating support

Hudson Rotary Foundation, $1,000
For the scholarship fund

Hudson-Landsberg Sister City, $5,000
For the Christkindlmarkt event

Leadership Hudson, $250
For operating support

Music from the Western Reserve, $3,000
For the 2023-24 concert season

Seton Catholic School, $4,000
To support the Habits of the Heart youth philanthropy program

Western Reserve Academy, $4,000
To support the Student Philanthropy Program

Total: $100,700

Other Community

Burton D. Morgan Foundation periodically makes proactive grants to community organizations whose important work falls outside our mission-related grant focus. These grants are typically made once a year and are determined on a proactive basis by the Foundation's Trustees. We do not accept applications for our proactive community grantmaking and typically select a different group of recipient organizations each year.

ACCESS, Inc, $25,000
For general operating support

Adaptive Sports Program of Ohio, $25,000
For general operating support

Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, $1,000
For operating support

Chair-ity, Inc, $12,500
For general operating support

Children's Advocacy Center of Portage County, $25,000
For general operating support

Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park, $25,000
For the River Access Improvement Project

Gendersphere, $25,000
For general operating support

Grace House Akron, $25,000
For general operating support

Greater Akron Musical Association, $25,000
For operating support, in celebration of the 70th anniversary

Northeast Ohio Medical University Foundation, $25,000
For support of the Student Run Free Clinic

Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition, $25,000
For the Civic Commons Project

Project LEARN of Summit County, $25,000
For general operating support

Rape Crisis Center of Medina and Summit Counties, $20,000
For general operating support

Rose's Rescue, $25,000
For general operating support

Stewart's Caring Place, $25,000
For general operating support

The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio, $500
To sponsor the 69th Annual Humanitarian Award Celebration

The Refugee Response, $25,000
For general operating support

United Disability Services, $25,000
For general operating support

Western Reserve Land Conservancy, $25,000
For the Cleveland Tree Coalition

Total:  $411,500


Hawaii Community Foundation, $20,000
For the Maui Strong Fund

Total: $20,000