Grants


We are proud to celebrate more than ten years of sponsorship by the Dater Foundation. Through partnership with the Dater Foundation we have received more than $170,000 grant dollars since 2007, largely in support of our annual Back to School program.

 


Through Partnership with United Way, we have received the Emergency Food & Shelter grant since 2008.

 

 

 



The Junior Women’s Club of Wyoming provides grant funding to support our Back to School program, as well as their Halloween Fairy Godmother’s Costume Giveaway program hosted at Valley Interfaith.

 

 

 


Wyoming Ohio Cyclists Foundation awarded grant funding to assist with Pantry service Expansion.

 

 


The Freestore Foodbank and Valley Interfaith have enjoyed a long and fruitful partnership in serving the community needs for emergency food services. In 2018, Valley Interfaith received a grant award for more than $4,000 to assist with Pantry upgrades, as well as a generous Health & Hygiene grant which allowed us to fill our shelves with highly requested personal hygiene items.

 

 


The Ohio Childrens Trust Fund in Partnership with the Governors Anti-Human Trafficking Fund has awarded Valley Interfaith over $13,000 in grant funding. The funds will be used for extensive Anti-Human Trafficking Education for those served by Valley Interfaith.

Studies have shown that those experiencing cycles of extreme poverty fall prey to victimization, that includes sexual exploitation and labor exploitation. These funds will be used to educate our single mothers and children on the perils, pitfalls and tactics used by traffickers to entice people in to modern day slavery.

 

 


 

Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil (not pictured), Chief Deputy Mark Schoonover and Deputy Horn presented Valley Interfaith Community Resource Center Executive Director with a check for $4,000 as a grant for their Neighbors Empowered Program.

These funds will be used to educate and support program services to include drug awareness and prevention; as well as, other forms of criminal victimization.

 

 

 


City of Cincinnati Community Preventative Education Program of the Cincinnati Police Department awards $7,500 to Valley Interfaith to support their Neighbors Empowered Program Drug Prevention Work. These funds will help support programming costs for the Drug Prevention programs. 
 

 

 

 

 


Christ Church Cathedral Awarded Valley Interfaith $5,000 grant to help fund the ongoing work of Neighbors Empowered.

 

 

 


The Spaulding Foundation awarded Valley Interfaith $10,000 grant as support for the Neighbors Empowered program. These grant funds will support Self-Sufficiency stipends for graduates and alumni as they accomplish the family’s goals developed during the program.