The Dayton Foundation Launches #Hometown360 Challenge; Chance for a Local Nonprofit to Receive a $1,000 Grant
The Dayton Foundation is pleased to announce #Hometown360, a new social media campaign to share and experience the good happening throughout Greater Dayton from a new perspective. Now through noon on Friday, December 15, 2017, individuals are invited to take a panoramic photo of their favorite part of the region and upload it to the Foundation’s Facebook Page for an opportunity to have a charity receive a one-time, $1,000 Foundation grant.
Participating in this Challenge is simple.
1. Snap a panoramic photo that highlights your pride in the community.
2. Upload it to Facebook, specifically in the comment section of the #Hometown360 post located at the top of The Dayton Foundation’s Facebook page (Facebook.com/TheDaytonFoundation). Facebook automatically will convert the photo into a 360-degree photo.
3. With your photo post, include “#Hometown360” and a brief explanation for why the photo represents your favorite #Hometown360 moment or location. Be creative and have fun. Photos should represent your unique perspective for the corner of Greater Dayton you call home.
Submitted photos will be periodically shared on the Foundation’s social media pages and will be automatically entered into the #Hometown360 Challenge.
The #Hometown360 Challenge will conclude at noon on Friday, December 15, 2017. A team of judges will select one photo, with the photographer’s chosen charity awarded the $1,000 #Hometown360 grant.
Additional information about #Hometown360 is available on The Dayton Foundation’s website at www.daytonfoundation.org/hometown360.html or by contacting Soteria Brown, public relations officer, at (937) 225-9959 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Dayton Foundation
The Dayton Foundation is the regional community foundation for Greater Dayton. Since its establishment in 1921, the Foundation has helped people to help others, managing more than 3,500 charitable funds that have provided over $867 million in grants to nonprofits locally and nationwide. Ranked among the top 5 percent of all community foundations in the nation for total assets, The Dayton Foundation is second among them in the number of charitable funds and third in the number of grants awarded. More information about The Dayton Foundation is available at The Dayton Foundation, visit our website at www.daytonfoundation.org or follow the Foundation on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.^ top of page
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