Community Fund Ohio partners with other nonprofit organizations in Ohio that provide support and services to people with disabilities.

Our Partners

By working together, Community Fund Ohio and its partner organizations help Ohio residents with disabilities learn about and utilize Pooled Special Needs Trusts to protect their government benefits eligibility and fund their current and future needs.  

A person establishing a Pooled Special Needs Trust with Community Fund Ohio may choose to leave funds that remain in the Trust after the beneficiary’s lifetime to Community Fund Ohio or to one of our partner organizations.  To leave funds to a partner organization, the proper Joinder Agreement must be completed to establish the Trust.

Trust assets that are retained by Community Fund Ohio are used to fund grants for Ohio residents with disabilities and other Ohio nonprofits that serve people with disabilities.  Please visit our Grants page for more information.

The Association for the Developmentally Disabled
ADD, the Association for the Developmentally Disabled, is a Hattie Larlham agency in Central Ohio. The nonprofit organization provides residential and recreational services to children and adults with disabilities.
Hattie Larlham
Hattie Larlham creates opportunities for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing medical, residential, recreational, and work training services to 1,600 Northeast and Central Ohio people.
Jewish Federation of Cleveland
For more than 115 years, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland has created the critical scale necessary to drive meaningful societal change and provide relief in times of crisis in ways no one person or organization could do alone.
The Arc of Ohio
The Arc of Ohio is a statewide membership association made up of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, friends, interested citizens and professionals in the disability field.