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The Centerville-Washington Foundation exists to be a community partner for corporate and individual charitable giving, functioning in the formation and preservation of charitable donations, providing services to donors and non-profit organizations, and serving as a source of funds for community groups.

Our main goal each and every day is to “help people help our community.”

What is the Centerville-Washington Foundation?

Centerville-Washington Foundation is your very own community foundation.

Centerville-Washington Foundation’s Family of Funds

A fund is the basic building block of a community foundation. Funds are named for their purposes, for their donors, or as memorials. Most of the funds operate as perpetual endowments, distributing only their net income in the form of grants. Others distribute principal, either at specific times set forth at the fund’s creation or at the suggestion of the fund advisors. Almost any charitable purpose can be served through a fund within the Centerville-Washington Foundation.

The funds have been created by individuals and organizations. They represent the growing history of the Centerville-Washington Foundation, which began in 1998, and exemplify our donors’ commitment to society and to community philanthropy. The funds will continue to be given in the donors’ names for generations to come.

Any individual, organization, or business may make a contribution to these endowment funds. By making a contribution to an existing fund, a donor’s gift will join others for maximum charitable benefit.

Current funds include:

Centerville-Washington Foundation Charter Members

Charter members of the Foundation are a special group of people and organizations who have contributed or made in-kind contributions in excess of $1,000 between the Foundation’s founding and its 10th anniversary in 2008.

Sally and John Beals
Mr. Dale M. Berry
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Blessing
Mr. and Mrs. H. David Blum
Mr. and Mrs. Randall M. Borgert
Buckingham Capital Management Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Budi
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Carr, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cline
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks A. Compton
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Daley
Dayton Open
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Downs
Mr. and Mrs. Jon G. Hazelton
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Heintz (Shirley*)
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Horn
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Labbe
Lebanon Citizens National Bank
Ms. Margaret L. Marks
Mayor Beals Contingency Account
Nike Dayton Open Golf Tournament
Oak Hill Banks
PGA Tour Charities
Dr. and Mrs. David H. Ponitz
Regent Systems, Inc.
Schlegel Creative Resources
Mr. Frederick C. Smith *
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Smith
The Job Center
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Tyson
Warren County Foundation Depository
WestBanco Bank, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Winwood
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Yeck*
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Yeck*
Yeck Brothers Company
Mr. and Mrs. David Yohannan
Ms. Joyce C. Young

* Deceased

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