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Area Community Foundations Affiliated with The Dayton Foundation
Several Greater Dayton communities have either moved their existing foundations or have created new foundations under the umbrella of The Dayton Foundation to benefit their respective communities. The Dayton Foundation helps these area community foundations help others by providing services and general assistance in an effort to extend philanthropy for the betterment of the entire region.
Through their affiliation with The Dayton Foundation, these foundations can offer donors the advantages of The Dayton Foundations investment management, charitable giving expertise and donor services, as well as provide their donors with the personal recognition, involvement and flexibility they desire in establishing a charitable fund.
Each of these area community foundations is governed by representatives who live in their community and have a vested interest in the future of this region.
To read about the individual endowment (long-term) funds established through each of the area community foundations, click here.
Area community foundations currently affiliated with The Dayton Foundation include:
For more information, visit the Centerville-Washington Foundation’s website at www.centervillewashingtonfoundation.org
Community Foundation for Kettering
For more information, contact Carrie Dalrymple at (937) 225-9952
Community Foundation of Miami Township
For more information, visit the Community Foundation of Miami Township’s website at www.cfmt.info/wp
Huber Heights Community Foundation
For more information, visit the Huber Heights Foundation’s web site at www.huberheightsfoundation.org
For more information, visit the Vandalia-Butler Foundation’s web site at www.vandalia-butlerfoundation.org
All of the above-listed foundations will accept funding requests from qualified 501(c)(3) organizations that benefit the citizens of the respective community. These foundations award grants in the fields of arts and humanities, civic affairs, conservation and environment, education, health and social services. Some of these foundations award grants once a year and all have specific grant application deadlines.
Please contact Carrie Dalrymple at (937) 225-9952 for further details and for grant application forms.^ top of page
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“Learn more about the committee advised funds and education foundations under the umbrella of The Dayton Foundation.” – Carrie Dalrymple, community relations program officer, (937) 225-9952