Foundation / Corporation
The Dayton Foundation and DMH-Dayton
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Awards to Ohio nonprofit organizations to recognize programs and services that improve the quality of life for citizens ages 55 and older in the Greater Dayton region. The region includes the following counties: Montgomery, Miami, Greene, Darke, Preble, and North Warren. Letters of Intent are due by January 12, 2018. These awards are intended to recognize the best innovations from nonprofits that demonstrate breakthrough thinking in helping to address issues facing older adults.
Projects that Best Represent the DMH-Dayton Inc., Fund should:
- Demonstrate innovative, unduplicated, systemic and highly collaborative efforts that enhance the quality of life for older adults or address trends affecting the region’s aging population.
- Provide for more efficient use of community resources, promote coordination, cooperation, and sharing among organizations and reduce the duplication of services in our community.
- Present a unique opportunity that will affect a substantial number of senior citizens.
- Promote volunteer participation and citizen involvement in community affairs.
- Include systemic, long-term partnering solutions.
What the Foundaton Generally Funds:
- New projects or initiatives or an expansion of an existing project or initiative.
- Projects that build organizational capacity to help the charity work more efficiently and effectively and raise more dollars.
- Software for development/fundraising programs.
Examples of Funded Grants
- Hard goods
- marketing of new products,services or programs
- Educational efforts
- Marketing studies and surveys
- Amenities planning
- Community needs assessment
- Impact studies
- Technology upgrades
- Immunization programs
- Computer literacy programs
- Diversity projects
GrantWatch ID#: 155730
One or more organizations may be selected to receive the Del Mar Award.
The fund awards up to $100,000 to one or more nonprofit organizations.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
If you have any questions concerning the Del Mar Social Innovation Award please contact:
The Dayton Foundation:
40 N. Main Street, Suite 500
Dayton, Ohio 45423
Phone: (937) 222-0410
Fax: (937) 222-0636
USA: Ohio: Greater Dayton Region, including the counties of Montgomery, Miami, Greene, Darke, Preble, and North Warren
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