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The Alice & Patrick McGinty Foundation

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Last Updated: 2016-05-12

At A Glance

The Alice & Patrick McGinty Foundation

(formerly McGinty Family Foundation)

(also known as Alice and Patrick McGinty Foundation)

19541 Roseland Ave.

Euclid, OH United States 44117

Telephone: (216) 486-9900

Type of Grantmaker

Independent foundation

Additional Descriptor

  • Family foundation

Financial Data

(yr. ended 2014-10-31)

Assets: $3,093,679

Total giving: $150,000

EIN

341643124

BRIDGE Number

0693483103

Background

Established in 1989 in OH

Purpose and Activities

Giving primarily to improve the quality of primary and secondary education in Cuyahoga County and surrounding counties in northeastern OH.

Program Area(s)

The grantmaker has identified the following area(s) of interest:

Grants to Individuals Program

Educational support to outstanding elementary and secondary school teachers in northeastern OH and western MA.

Grants to Schools Program

The mission of the program is to recognize and encourage outstanding elementary and secondary educators who develop and implement innovative classroom programs and activities to advance the learning process of their students. The foundation will fund school programs up to $10,000 for innovative educational programs including materials and/or technological materials to support the program, other educational programs that enhance the curriculum and attendance at in-service programs or workshops that enhance the curriculum. Applicants must be employed in the Cuyahoga or surrounding county schools chartered under the Ohio Department of Education. Recipients are required to submit an evaluation of the program along with a list of expenses and receipts within one year from the date of receipt of funds. Funds are paid by bank check directly to the school or school system.

Grants to Teachers Program

The goal of this program is to support the McGinty Family Foundation's fundamental objective of recognizing and encouraging outstanding elementary and secondary educators who develop and implement innovative classroom programs and activities to advance the learning process of their students. Up to $1,000 is awarded to teachers for innovative classroom programs, including materials and/or technological materials to support the program, other educational programs that enhance the curriculum, and attendance at in-service programs or workshops that enhance the curriculum. Applicants must be employed in Cuyahoga or surrounding county schools chartered under the Ohio Department of Education. The foundation does not fund salaries, transportation costs or graduate course tuition. .

Fields of Interest

Subjects
  • Education

Financial Data

Year ended 2014-10-31

Assets: $3,093,679 (market value)

Expenditures: $149,914

Total giving: $150,000

Qualifying distributions: $164,777