Current Grant Opportunities
The following funds currently are accepting grant applications. For additional information about applying for a Dayton Foundation grant, or services available for local nonprofits, visit the For Not-for-Profits section.
The Della B. Gardner Fund (Middletown Only)
The Della B. Gardner Fund of The Dayton Foundation will provide grants for the care and aid of deserving seniors in need residing within the City of Middletown.
The Disability Foundation
The Disability Foundation, a supporting organization of The Dayton Foundation, is pleased to offer a Request for Proposal for FY 2019 seeking competitive grants for organizations that provide direct services to, or to improve access to services for people living with disabilities. To qualify, the recipient entity must be tax exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. Applications will be accepted January 2 through February 28.
Greater Dayton Brain Health Foundation
Greater Dayton Brain Health Foundation accepts grant requests for projects that will enhance the recovery and well-being of people experiencing mental, addiction and/or dementia brain disorders.
Mark A. Kreusch Memorial Fund
The Mark A. Kreusch Memorial Fund accepts grant requests to enrich the lives of children by investing in programs, facilities and services that provide children the opportunities and resources to grow, learn and play in a safe and healthy environment.
The VISIONS Endowment Fund
The VISIONS Endowment Fund accepts grant requests from any teacher or staff member in the Vandalia-Butler City School System for a project or program benefiting students in a particular school or classroom.
See a full listing of Dayton Foundation funds that accept grant requests from not-for-profit organizations and learn how to apply on our Funds that Accept Grant Requests page.
Learn how to apply for a Dayton Foundation discretionary grant.
HERE TO HELP
“Have a question about our discretionary grants process or other resources for your nonprofit? Contact our Grants and Programs department.”– Michelle Brown, program officer, (937) 225-9965