Consider those coming into our city for the first time and exploring -- the Foundation's impact can be seen throughout the community.
Those entering the city on westbound Route 129 are welcomed by the large Hamilton sign and the substantial landscaping, a gift the Foundation made to the community when it celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Travelers crossing route 4 into the City experience improved aesthetics and smoother traffic flow, thanks to our City’s new East High corridor. This City of Hamilton project was started after a study funded by a Foundation donor identified the need and a solution to the look and functionality of City’s main entrance.
In Hamilton’s downtown business district, there is more evidence of the Foundation’s impactful projects:
On the left, visitors see:
On the right, visitors see:
Partners in Prime Center and Armstead Park are just across the bridge. A little further north you will find Fort Hamilton Hospital, Hamilton High School, West Side Little League and Jim Grimm Park – these have all benefited from the Hamilton Community Foundation’s strategic planning and resources.
However, the initiatives that cannot be easily seen may actually make the most impact on Hamilton residents:
The Foundation makes these impactful experiences possible due to the generosity of donors, the leadership of the Board, the hard work of our staff and volunteers and spirit of our community.