We hope you enjoy reading these recently added stories of Dayton Foundation donors.
The Robert and Helen Harmony Fund
Sending Kids to Camp.
Ray Loughman Fund
Donor Leaves Legacy that Will Keep Giving and Helping Our Region Year after Year.
The Pearl A. Dale and Audrey Parker Scholarship Fund
Education Aids Sisters in Overcoming Odds
The Maureen Demers Memorial Fund for the Needy
Donor’s Last Wish Benefits Those in Need
Failure Was Not an Option for Foundation Scholarship Recipient
Carole Seymour Memorial Fund and Max May Memorial Holocaust Art & Essay Fund
Endowment Funds Help Donor Perpetuate Wife’s Legacy, Share Family History
Ray Wright Memorial Scholarship Fund
Love of Work Creates Legacy of Giving
Mark Andrew Kreusch Memorial Fund
Parents Keep Son’s Memory Alive by Helping Other Children Smile
Performing Artists Bloom in Dayton, Thanks to “Miss Jo’s” Foundation Funds
The Greater Dayton Conservation Fund
Preserving Our Natural Treasures for Future Generations
A Lifelong Committment to Advocacy
Lura I. McEvoy Fund
“Woman’s” Best Friend Inspires Donor’s Legacy
A Young Person’s Personal Crusade to Reach Out to People in Need
John E. “Jack” and Elizabeth Purdy Fund
WWII Flying Ace and Wife Leave Legacy of Love for Dayton
Operation Cherry Tree
Donor Plants Trees to Say “Thank You” to the Community
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File date: 07.02.15
IN HIS WORDS
“If I’ve had any success in my own life, it’s been because somebody helped me along the way. I therefore have a responsibility to do whatever I can to help somebody else. We can’t live in this world alone.”
– Read more about George Cooper, founder of the Golden Thirteen Naval Scholarship fund.