• Provide services in Montgomery, Miami. Greene, Darke, Preble or (northern) Warren counties
• Benefit people in the Dayton region
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The organization also must focus on the following:
• Immediate, basic humans needs (food, shelter, safety, etc.)
• Mental health services
• The economic impact on individuals from reduced or lost work due to coronavirus
The response fund, which has hit nearly $600,000, is through The Dayton Foundation and United Way of the Greater Dayton Area.
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The application is available at www.daytonfoundation.org or www.dayton-unitedway.org.
Anyone interested in donating to the fund can visit www.daytonfoundation.org/ccgift.hmtl or by mailing a check to The Dayton Foundation, 1401 S. Main St., Suite 100, Dayton, Ohio 45409. COVID-19 Response Fund or Fund #1653 should be on the check of in the credit card form’s fund name field.
The Dayton Foundation waived all administrative fees and is paying all credit card processing fees so all the donations will be used to help those impacted by the pandemic.
The Dayton Foundation and United Way of will administer the grant process with an oversight committee of funders. The amount and number of grants will be based off the amount of money raised and restrictions donors may place on the use of some funds.