Libbey House Grant

. April 30, 2019.
Libbey House grant

In partnership with The Ability Center of Greater Toledo, the Libbey House Foundation recently received $9,158 from the Ohio History Fund. The grant will provide 60 percent of the funds necessary to make Libbey House accessible to all, including a 50-foot-long exterior ramp and a first floor bathroom that is fully accessible for those with disabilities. Barbara Floyd, grant administrator and Libbey House Foundation board member, says, “We are thrilled that with this grant from the Ohio History Fund this significant part of Toledo’s history will be honored again.”

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