Watch the latest videos from The Dayton Foundation.

Grant for new playground at Fisher House gives military families, undergoing medical treatment at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, a place to be kids.

4 Paws for Ability #SpreadtheGood Grant Update.

Blake LaForce #41 Memorial Fund of The Dayton Foundation.

Local mosaic artist shares inspiration behind The Dayton Foundation's 2013-14 Annual Report Cover.

Dayton Foundation grant helps Girl Scouts of Western Ohio increase participation of girls in STEM fields.

Homefull’s (formerly The Other Place) Micro Farm Project, located at the Gettysburg Gateway Shelter for Men, Supported by a Dayton Foundation Grant.

Dayton Foundation Grant Helps Dayton Contemporary Dance Company Fund ReVisioning 45.

Learn more about The Dayton Foundation grants strengthening our community.


The Human Race Theatre Company performs a special theatrical piece (Together we are Greater...Dayton) created for The Dayton Foundation’s 2013 Meeting Celebration.

National Conference for Community and Justice of Greater Dayton, Police and Youth Together Program, Supported by a Dayton Foundation Grant.

National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Expansion Grant Awarded by The Dayton Foundation.

Hawthorn Hill, the Oakwood Home of the Wright Brothers, a Gift from NCR Corporation in 2006 to The Wright Family Foundation of The Dayton Foundation.

The Dayton Art Institute’s Roof Repair, Supported by a Dayton Foundation Grant.

Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm’s New Farm Discovery Center, Thanks to a Dayton Foundation Grant.

Boonshoft Museum’s New State-of-the-Art Planetarium Gets a Boost from a Dayton Foundation Grant.

K12 Gallery for Young People HAALO (Helping Adolescents Achieve Life-Long Objectives) Unveiling, June 2011.

With the support of a Dayton Foundation discretionary grant, the K12 Gallery for Young People unveiled six gigantic murals on June 8, 2011. Replicas of great works by master artists, the murals were designed as part of K12’s HAALO project (Helping Adolescents Achieve Life-Long Objectives), in collaboration with the Montgomery County Juvenile Court System. More than 30 youth, ages 10 to 18, in the juvenile court system created the artwork, which can be viewed on the 600 block of East Third Street in downtown Dayton.

The Dayton Foundation’s Award-Winning Video, “A Community Is Defined by the Passion of Its People: Stories of Caring & Commitment”

“A Community Is Defined by the Passion of Its People: Stories of Caring & Commitment," was created especially for The Dayton Foundation’s 2010 Biennial Meeting. It shares six inspirational stories that illustrate how the Foundation is helping people like you to help others in our community. The film demonstrates the power of commitment and community through philanthropy and volunteerism.

The Dayton Foundation’s 60-second commercial

"As Time Changes," The Dayton Foundation’s 60-second spot, was produced in 2009.

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Karma Winburn

“When I contribute to a cause that matters to me, I'm making a difference in someone’s life. A community foundation shares in this role and has the power to enhance a community through charitable giving and to connect individuals to the needs of others.” – Karma Winburn, Dayton Foundation donor since 2004

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