The Youth Philanthropy Committee Wants You! Applications are being accepted for next year's YPC. We are looking for freshmen from Hamilton, Badin, Ross and New Miami to participate on the committee. For more information, and to access the application, click here.
The Talent Attraction Program is taking applications. If you or someone you know needs student loan assistance and wants to relocate to Hamilton, this program is for you!
The Hometown Heroes Banner Project gives you the opportunity to honor the Veteran in your life. For more information go to the Chamber website.
Residential property alert! Currently under renovation, this duplex on Buckeye Street in German Village will be a must see when it hits the market. The CORE Fund is responsible for making this transformation a reality.
HCF Michael J Colligan History Project
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Adult Learner Scholarships Change Lives
Adult Education Scholarships Change Lives The Scholarship program at the Hamilton Community Foundation gives hundreds of graduating seniors a financial boost every year. What you may not realize is that the Foundation
Hometown Hero Banners Program is an Overwhelming Success
Hometown Hero Banners Program Strikes a Chord with Hamiltonians The City of Hamilton knows how to show its love for Veterans and current service men and women and the evidence lies in the popularity of the Hometown
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S.D. Berry Family Fund
Steve Berry, PhD, is a Chicago native who moved his family to Oxford in 1979 from Southern California. In 1988, the family moved again, this time from Oxford to Hamilton. As he moves into retirement, Steve has time to explore what Hamilton has to offer, and think about ways of giving back. That desire led he and his wife, Cathy, to begin the S.D. Berry Family Fund at the Hamilton Community Foundation. Read more about the Berrys...
Friends of the Chrisholm Fund: Preserving History
The Friends of Chrisholm Historic Farmstead established an organizational endowment fund at the Foundation in 2014. The fund was started in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary of the founding of the Friends of Chrisholm Historic Farmstead nonprofit organization and the 200th Anniversary of the arrival of the Amish to Butler County. Learn more about Friends of Chrisholm...