Five Reasons You Should Follow Us on Social Media
1) You can stay up-to-date on the latest community news. Whether it’s highlighting downtown Dayton development projects or sharing leadership initiatives that help make our region a thriving community for people of all ages, we keep you up-to-date on the latest happenings. We show you the projects that are being funded and how they are transforming neighborhoods and communities across the region.
2) You can learn about community needs and the projects that are addressing them. The Dayton Foundation is involved in many leadership initiatives that are tackling some of Greater Dayton’s toughest issues, including generational poverty and educational gaps. You can learn about pressing community needs, see what is being done to address them and follow the progress of these efforts through our social media posts.
3) You can find out about grant and scholarship opportunities. If you represent a nonprofit organization seeking a grant or are a student looking for scholarship opportunities, our social media platforms provide important information about the Foundation’s application processes. We provide tips and tricks on how to make your application stand out to give you the best possible chance for funding.
4) You can find inspiration through stories about people who are making a difference in the lives of others. We highlight stories of donors who are giving back to the community through time, talent and treasure. Our #DonorNextDoor posts and donor videos, like this recent viral video clip, are popular posts that show the good things your friends and neighbors are doing in the community. We hope this will inspire you to go out and make your own impact!
5) You can add your voice to the community conversation. We want to hear from you! Social media is a unique platform that allows you to bring your voice to the table. As your community foundation, we strive to serve everyone in the Greater Dayton region and to work together toward community solutions. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome.
Read about Dayton Foundation leadership initiatives that are helping to address key issues in Greater Dayton.
IN THEIR WORDS
“ It’s not about how much money you give. It’s about how to give more effectively. The Dayton Foundation helps us do this. They have expertise to help you grow in your philanthropy over time.”
– John and Beth Ey, Dayton Foundation donors since 1999