Grants

Community Organization Grant

The Huber Heights Foundation is pleased to announce we will be presenting our third Non-Profit Community Grant to a local non-profit 501(c)(3) organization on October 19th of this year. 


All information must be correct and submitted no later than October 12, 2017 to Ronnie Redd, Trustee, by email ronnie@ronnieredd.net or Carrie Dalrymple cdalrymple@daytonfoundation.org  or mailed to Carrie Dalrymple c/o The Dayton Foundation, 40 N. Main Street, Suite 500, Dayton OH 45423.   The recipient of this $500 grant will be notified by October 13, 2017 and a grant check will be presented to the organization at our fall event on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 7pm, at Insiders, in the Poelking Marian Lanes located at 6170 Brandt Pike, Huber Heights, Ohio.    


The Board of Trustees of the Huber Heights Foundation is excited to be presenting this grant to a deserving Huber Heights non-profit organization. The Huber Heights Foundation is a component fund of The Dayton Foundation. We look forward to receiving your application.  


Eligibility  

  • All recipients must be recognized, tax- exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  
  • Projects and activities must benefit residents of the greater Huber Heights area.   

Projects 

  • The Huber Heights Foundation generally makes grants to support start up or new projects in the areas of the arts and humanities, education and youth, conservation and the environment, health and social services and citizenship. These projects or programs are ones that are not currently being addressed by existing organizations, or they are special efforts by existing organizations to undertake unique activities or projects.  All grant applications are reviewed thoroughly by the Huber Heights Foundation Grants Committee composed of Board Trustees and community volunteers.   

The Community Foundation is primarily interested in funding applications that:

  • Encourage the use of matching funds;
  • Benefit a substantial number of people;
  • Promote volunteer efforts;
  • Bring together the resources of multiple organizations;
  • Test or demonstrate new and innovative techniques or approaches for solving important community problems;
  • Cannot be accomplished within the existing resource base;
  • Provide a one-time funding source for a self-sufficient, longer term effort; or 
  • Encourage more efficient use of community resources and promote coordination, cooperation and sharing among organizations and the elimination of duplicate services.   

The Community Foundation will not usually make grants that:

  • Establish or add to endowment funds; 
  • Provide primarily for travel;
  • Provide funding to individuals;
  • Fund specific research;
  • Support religious activities;
  • Contribute to annual fund-raising drives and award ceremonies;
  • Provide the principal financial support of an organization or activity; · Provide general operating support to organizations or reduce their operating deficits.   

Please Note: This is not an all-inclusive list. If you have questions, please call Ronnie Redd, Trustee, at 937-416-0951.
 

Downloads

Grant Application 2017 (pdf)

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