Hamilton Community Foundation

On Christmas Eve of 1951, a small group of friends gathered to sign incorporation papers that established the Hamilton Community Foundation.

The Hamilton Community Foundation is a result of the interest and efforts of this small group of civic-minded Hamiltonians who envisioned a non-profit, charitable organization which would help improve the quality of life for the community and its citizens.

Assets and Giving for Hamilton Community Foundation


2018 - 86,363,813
2017 - 92,411,268
2016 - 85,646,563
Domestic Grants

2018 - 4,477,188
2017 - 5,723,133


Recent News from Hamilton Community Foundation

Cross-Border Impact Ventures: $90 Million Closed Of Women'S And Children'S Health Tech Fund
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation, Skoll Foundation, Johnson Foundation, McConnell Foundation, Nathan Cummings Foundation

Johnson & Johnson is putting its money where its mouth is, investing $100 million in a fund that aims to make a difference in the lives of women, children, and adolescents around the world, the New...more

Hamilton Community Foundation student scholarship deadline approaches - Yahoo News
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

Dec. 25—There is only a week between the time the FASFA application opens and the deadlines for Hamilton Community Foundation student...more

Money Given to Support Positive Behavioral Change, Growth Throughout Communities
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

Neil and Jill Cohen want to make a difference in their community, and they're putting their money where their mouth is. The Ohio couple is creating the HIGHER Fund, which will issue grants once a...more

Money Given to Support Positive Behavioral Change, Growth Throughout Communities
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

Neil and Honi Cohen have given millions to causes in their community in Ohio, but now they're going a step further. The Cohens are creating the HIGHER Fund, which will focus on "individual...more

HCF Youth Engaged in Philanthropy grant deadline approaching - Aurora News-Register
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

Hamilton Community Foundation Youth Engaged in Philanthropy online grant application deadline is quickly...more

Dougher fund supports Dundas youth literacy and physical activity - The Hamilton Spectator
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

A $15,000 grant from Hamilton Community Foundation's Dougher Community Fund ... Foundation reached $1,196,598 in grants over the past eight...more

Butler County Organizations Get Grants from Ohio Arts Council
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

If you're in Butler County, Ohio, and you love the arts, you're in luck. The Ohio Arts Council has awarded more than 900 grants totaling more than $170,000 to local arts organizations, the Dayton...more

Retired Miami professor, Doris Bergen, dies at 95 - Oxford Observer
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

Private services will be held to commemorate her life. Memorials can be made to the Hamilton Community Foundation in her...more

Best of Butler County 2023 winners: Around Town - Journal-News
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

Second place: Joe Nuxhall Miracle Fields organization. 4850 Groh Lane, Fairfield. 513-829-6899. Third place: Hamilton Community...more

Thank you for Go Big Give support - Aurora News-Register
Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

We are fortunate to live in a generous and supportive community. Tammy Morris, executive director Hamilton Community Foundation. Facebook...more

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Florence Norman founded Sweet Cavanagh, an award-winning peer-led aftercare social enterprise based in Notting Hill. The company hires women and trains them how to make and design jewelry. However, these women are in the process of recovering from eating disorders and addictions.

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