Youth Philanthropy Committee Awards Grants for 2022

June 5, 2022

This spring, the Youth Philanthropy Committee (YPC) of the Hamilton Community Foundation awarded nearly $40,000 in grants to 10 different nonprofit organizations serving the youth. YPC is the youth grant making arm of the Hamilton Community Foundation. Twenty high school students from Hamilton, Badin, Ross and New Miami School districts are active with YPC.

       Committee members evaluate grant applications based upon nine separate factors, including the program’s goals and objectives, community support, sustainability, and the program’s ability to address an important community need for area youth.

The following non-profit organizations received a grant from YPC this spring:

Organization Program  Amount Awarded
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County Site Based Mentoring Program at Riverview Elementary School  $5,000
Boys and Girls Club of Hamilton STEAM Learning Activities $1,000
Butler County Success Program Healthy Home for Hamilton Kids $5,000
CHIPs Workforce Alliance CHIPs Workforce Alliance $5,000
Fitton Center for Creative Arts Summer Camp Creativity $5,000
Girls on the Run Greater Cincinnati Girls on the Run Provides Physical, Social, and Emotional Learning to Girls in Need $2,500
HOPEFull Pastures Therapeutic Farm HOPE-full Pastures Animal Agility Course $5,000
National Inventors Hall of Fame Inc. Camp Invention Explore in Butler County Schools $5,000
PARACHUTE "Lets Make Today Special" $1,500
SELF )Neighbors Who Care: Home Repair $3,000