Fostering Good

Fostering Good

The Richland County Foundation podcast on iHeart Radio, focusing in on the good the foundation has done and continues to do, in Richland County, as they celebrate their 75th anniversary.

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February 15, 2022 37 min
The importance of community involvement and philanthropy is the topic on the next episode of “Fostering Good" The Richland County Foundation podcast. Maura Teynor, Chief Advancement Officer, is joined by local business owner Annamarie Fernyak, who shares her story about being a business owner, seeing the community come together and improve via the Mansfield Rising Plan and so many of the wonderful things happening locally in t...
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The Women’s Fund “Childcare Initiative” is the topic on the next episode of “Fostering Good" The Richland County Foundation podcast. Maura Teynor, Chief Advancement Officer is joined by Sharlene Neumann from Richland County Job and Family Services and Teresa Alt of Richland County Youth and Family Council.
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Year-End Giving and Tax Bundling is the topic on the next episode of “Fostering Good" The Richland County Foundation podcast. Maura Teynor, Chief Advancement Officer is joined by Whitcomb and Hess investment advisor Tim Hilterman.

“Fostering Good,” Richland County Foundation’s podcast series focuses on the good the foundation has done and continues to do, in Richland County, for over 75 years. Available now on the iHeart App o...
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106 worthy causes. One great event. Richland Gives is a special on-line event on Tuesday November 30th. This episode of “Fostering Good" The Richland County Foundation podcast, looks at this special giving opportunity and the agencies that benefit. Maura Teynor, Chief Advancement Officer and Brady Groves, Foundation President are joined by iHeart Radio's Aaron Hines to explain all the great things going on during the event...
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A Queen Ann Victorian Style home at 181 South Main Street in Mansfield is on the historic register as the William Ritter House built in 1891. This episode of “Fostering Good" The Richland County Foundation podcast, focuses on the history of the house the foundation calls home.

Maura Teynor, Chief Advancement Officer is joined by Brady Groves, Foundation President.

“Fostering Good,” Richland County Foundation’s podcast series f...
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Maura Teynor of the Richland County Foundation discusses the incoming Board of Trustees with Chairwoman Jessica Gribben on season 2, episode 3 of “Fostering Good" - The Richland County Foundation podcast on iHeart Radio.

This podcast series focuses on the good the foundation has done and continues to do, in Richland County, for over 75 years.
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Maura Teynor from the Richland County Foundation chats with Mansfield City Engineer Bob Bianchi and Richland Area Chamber and Economic Development Executive Director, Jodie Perry, about projects scheduled to take place in downtown Mansfield. Several of the projects are happening now and others are coming in the near future.
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Richland County Foundation Community Investment Officer Siera Marth talks with Maura Teynor, Chief Advancement Officer, about Scholarships. The topic ranges from what scholarships are offered, the criteria, how do students apply, how much and other resources provided by the Richland County Foundation.
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Richland County Foundation President Brady Groves and Chief Advancement Officer, Maura Teynor, take a look back to 2020 at all of the great things the foundation was able to do, especially in their response to COVID-19. They also look ahead to what the future holds in 2021.
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Richland County Foundation president, Brady Groves, talks about Richland Gives, the online giving platform, which is going on until Tuesday, Dec. 7th to help local non-profits in Richland County. Learn the history of how it got started and the good the foundation is doing to help people in the community
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Kristine Lindeman, Chairwoman of the Women's Fund talks with Maura Teynor of the Richland County Foundation about the history of the Women's Fund and the great work they have done since it started in the mid 90's and the future goals of the fund.
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Maura Teynor and Allie Watson talk about the role the Foundation played in sending people to the conference to bring back idea's to help improve downtown Mansfield. Also, what has taken place since that happened back in 2018 and how someone can get involved now.
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President Brady Groves talks about the start of the Community Foundation back in 1945 and the "7 founding fathers who helped get it started. Brady also covers some of the great things in the community that have taken place with the help of the foundation during their 75 years.
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Brady Groves talks about "What is a Community Foundation" ? How does someone get involved with the Foundation? How does a person establish a fund? How does the Women’s Fund and Connections differ from other funds and the types of grants and grant cycles?
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Episode #1 - “Response to COVID.”
The Foundation believes that generosity has the power to unite and heal communities in good times and bad. A global threat like COVID-19 affects more than just the infected. It is a time to come together to drive a spike of generosity, citizen engagement, business and philanthropy activation, and support for our community and nonprofits in Richland County.
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