Centerville-Washington Foundation Announces Community Impact Grant
The Centerville-Washington Foundation announced it has awarded a Community Impact Grant of $10,000 to the Hope Center Project to support an international response for educational, life skills and wellness needs for the growing refugee community in Centerville and Washington Township.
“This foundation and its many supporters have made this commitment to provide critical assistance during the pandemic of 2020,” stated Kevin McDonald, Centerville-Washington Foundation President. McDonald also reported that this important grant is in additional to two recent impact grants to both Shoes 4 the Shoeless and Food2Go to support emergency food needs. In total, the Foundation granted more than $50,000 during 2020 to meet the many needs of local charities.
The Centerville-Washington Foundation, sponsored by the Voss Auto Network, Centerville Minute Man Press and Key CRM Services, exists to support local non-profit organizations for a wide array of charitable purposes in the areas of education, poverty, environmental, arts, health and social services. This is accomplished by receiving generous donations from individual contributors, corporate sponsors and legacy donors who desire to make a positive impact in the community.
For more information about the Centerville-Washington Foundation, please visit www.centervillewashingtonfoundation.com or call 937-265-0110. Centerville-Washington Foundation is a component fund of The Dayton Foundation.