HOLA Ohio receives Roslyn Z. Wolf Award, $10,000 for math program

HOLA Ohio, a Painesville-based nonprofit, has been honored with the Roslyn Z. Wolf Award and received a $10,000 grant for its Counting on a Bright Future math program. The program, aimed at improving foundational math skills, has already shown significant improvements after its initial run. HOLA plans to continue the program in the fall with the help of a $20,000 grant from Parker Hannifin. The award, given by the National Council of Jewish Women Cleveland chapter, recognizes organizations that align with its mission of improving the lives of women, children, and families in Northeast Ohio. The award highlights the importance of supporting youth, families, education, and volunteerism in the community. By receiving this award, HOLA’s dedication to helping marginalized communities has been acknowledged and rewarded. To read more about this inspiring initiative, check out the full article .

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