Saul Schottenstein Foundation B Makes a Grant to Southbank Partners in Support of the Humanity Outpost Project

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Saul Schottenstein Foundation B has made a grant to Southbank Partners as a sponsoring agency for the Humanity Outpost Project.

Saul Schottenstein Foundation B has made a grant to Southbank Partners as a sponsoring agency for the Humanity Outpost Project. The contribution shall be used to support Humanity Outpost, a sculptural celebration of Peace and Humanity at the World Peace Bell in Newport, Kentucky. Specifically, the contribution has been made to honor the memory of Jeffrey P. Harris’s brother and Saul Schottenstein’s nephew, Jonathan Lindley Harris. Held in concert with the 2012 World Choir Games, the Humanity Outpost celebration is a venue creating a series of cultural events focusing on the arts. Events will encompass art, music, and performance featuring local, regional and international talent.

Southbank Partners represents a collaboration of Northern Kentucky private citizens, business leaders, local government administrators and elected officials serving as a catalyst for economic development along the southern banks of the Ohio River while creating a vital, safe and interesting place to live, work and play. Jeffrey P. Harris, Saul Schottenstein’s nephew and a trustee of Saul Schottenstein Foundation B, believes the contribution furthers the foundation’s mission to partner with organizations that foster human acceptance, connection, and organic oneness of life, and helping people experience their common humanity.

The Saul Schottenstein Foundation B was established in 2009 by the Estate of Saul S. Schottenstein. Visit the Saul Schottenstein Foundation B Web site at http://www.saulschottensteinfoundationb.org.

Contact:    Saul Schottenstein Foundation B
        Jeffrey P. Harris, Trustee
        http://www.saulschottensteinfoundationb.org

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