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Donor Spotlight

Jeff Chaddock and his partner Mark Morrow are challenging you to leave a gift beyond your lifetime.

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Publications

Newsletter

Download the most recent edition of the Growing Home Gazette.

View previous editions here:
2014 Growing Home Gazette


Annual Report

Download the 2015 FAO Annual Report.

View previous Annual Reports here:
2014 Annual Report
2013 Annual Report
2012 Annual Report
2010 – 2011 Annual Report
2009 – 2010 Annual Report
2008 – 2009 Annual Report
2007 – 2008 Annual Report                     
2006 – 2007 Annual Report
2005 – 2006 Annual Report


Regional Opportunity Scorecard

The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio created the Regional Opportunity Scorecard to support the efforts of individuals and organizations working to transform quality of life in Appalachian Ohio. By measuring our region’s progress across eight indicators of prosperity, the Scorecard will help us begin to understand the difference we are making collectively and the opportunities for continued improvement and investment:

  • LOCAL PHILANTHROPY 
  • PHILANTHROPIC RESOURCES 
  • EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT 
  • POST-GRAD RETAINMENT 
  • ECONOMIC INNOVATION 
  • A THRIVING ECONOMY 
  • CITIZENS’ PROSPERITY 
  • REGIONAL PROSPERITY

Over the coming years, the Foundation will work with many partners to leverage the Regional Opportunity Scorecard as a tool to stimulate focused attention on the region’s needs, opportunities, and successes and to guide our investments of time, talent, and treasure, so we can make the largest, most lasting difference possible.

Download the 2015 Regional Opportunity Scorecard here,
the 2014 Regional Opportunity Scorecard here
or the 2013 Regional Opportunity Scorecard here

To access the 2015 data used by the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship within the scorecard, please visit the files online. You can access 2013 data used by the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship here as well as the 2014 data herePlease note the source as you consider the raw data to ensure an accurate interpretation. Our data is organized by goal and regionally focused, therefore it may be less helpful at the county-level. (For example: The philanthropic assets measured in Goal 2 are assigned a county based on where an organization is located. In this instance, all of FAO’s assets would be considered Athens County based on our address rather than on our service area).