Grants 2022

Organization   Purpose  Funded 2022 
Boundless West Carrollton Outdoor recreation space for youth with autism and related behavioral health challenges at our West Carrollton center.     10,000.00
Dayton Autism Society Dayton “Family Grant Program” that allows families to receive financial assistance to cover the cost of needed adaptive equipment, treatments, therapy, services related to the Autism diagnosis. and sensory related materials used because of the Autism Spectrum Diagnosis     10,000.00
Friends of the Castle Centerville Building Social Capital       5,000.00
Goodwill Easterseals Dayton UCreate wall panel by NunoErin – West campus       2,790.00
Graceworks Lutheran Services Dayton Outdoor recreational equipment and outdoor furniture. for homeless adults with disabilities.        7,000.00
K12 TEJAS Gallery Dayton Kettering Transition Services / visual arts programming.         6,000.00
St. Joseph’s Home Cincinnati Oxygen-monitoring support tools for Intermediate Care Facility residents with developmental disabilities, complex medical needs, and nonverbal       8,000.00
The PLAN Cincinnati Support Family Surrogacy Program       5,000.00
Therapeutic Riding Institute  Spring Valley Increased lessons       5,000.00
Three Valley Conservation Trust Oxford Extending existing boardwalk and bird blind       5,000.00
Toward Independence Dayton AED equipment / emergency response plan / fire and police-assisted planning / secure evacuation equipment for individuals with mobility disabilities.     10,000.00
United Rehabilitation Services Dayton Bringing Art to Children and Adults with Disabilities       5,000.00
Victoria Theater – Dayton Live Dayton Funding to assist sensory friendly performance of School House Rock Live as part of its Family Series (for families with members with autism spectrum disorder.)       1,000.00

Some of our proud recipients



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