The organizations applied for the awards last fall, proposing new programs to improve the social and physical wellness of area seniors.
The Alzheimer's Association will use its award to provide one-on-one coaching programs to families being affected by dementia as well as create a masters-level internship program on aging, in cooperation with Wright State University.
Goodwill Easter Seals is also teaming with local universities to allow students to work with their senior clients to better educate them about the danger of falls.
"We will be hosting medical students, physical therapy students, physician assistants and nurse practitioners to come and work directly with our seniors," said Amy Luttrell, president and CEO of Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley.
Dayton Metro Library plans to purchase 80 iPads to loan to housebound seniors whom they regularly deliver materials to. The Widows Home, located on Findlay Street in east Dayton, will join with other organizations to form the East Dayton Senior Priority Collaborative.
"The partners have come together to provide the facility space, meals and transportation for programs to serve those seniors in our east Dayton neighborhood," Widows Home executive director Jenny Warner said.
The YMCA plans to provide a year-long health and wellness program to 500 seniors, testing their quality of life before and after to track the regiment's results.