Greene Giving hands out thousands


Greene County News Report



Scott Halasz | Greene County News Penny Madry-Johnson (middle right) and Brenda Smallwood (middle left) of the Greene County Housing Program receive $1,000 from Greene Giving’s Paul Dillaplain (left) and Roger McDaniel of the Fraternal Order of Eagles during Greene Giving’s annual luncheon April 27.


Gail Schikora of the Humane Society of Greene County receives $1,222 from Paul Dillaplain and Greene Giving.


Spirit Horse Of Ohio receives $1,000 from Greene Giving. Pictured (left to right) are Greene Giving’s Paul Dillaplain, Spirit Horse representatives Hayley Horney and Channin Ford, and Roger McDaniel of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.


Advocates 4 Animals received $1,333 from Greene Giving. Pictured with Paul Dillaplain are Nancy and Pete Stroble.


FAIRBORN — The Greene County Community Foundation gave out lots of green during its annual luncheon meeting April 27.

Also known as Greene Giving, the organization handed out checks totalling more than $140,000 to various organizations and individuals.

— Summit Academy received $1,000 from the Fraternal Order of Eagles for sensory equipment for its break room.

— Pass it On received $1,000 from the Fraternal Order of Eagles to purchase beds and bedding.

— The Greene County Housing Program received $1,000 from the Fraternal Order of Eagles toward the purchase of a new lawn mower.

— Spirit Horse of Ohio received $1,000 from the Fraternal Order of Eagles to purchase a youth saddle and stirrups.

— Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools received $1,000 from the John and Betty Meyer Family Foundation toward the new Eagleland playground.

— Fairborn FISH received $,1000 from the John and Betty Meyer Family Foundation for a new freezer; and $1,800 from the FISH Fairborn Endowment, established by Rena and the late Jim Leatherman.

— Advocates 4 Animals received $1,333 from the Silver Friends and Golden Paws Senior Pet Care Program.

— The Humane Society of Greene County received $,1333 from the Silver Friends and Golden Paws Senior Pet Care Program.

— SICSA received $1,333 from the Silver Friends and Golden Paws Senior Pet Care Program.

— Dayton Children’s Hospital received $7,500 from the David Schutte Memorial Endowment for children in need of financial assistance to meet their daily medical requirements related to Cystic Fibrosis.

— Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus received $2,500 from the David Schutte Memorial Endowment for children in need of financial assistance to meet their daily medical requirements related to Cystic Fibrosis.

— The Foodbank Inc., received $5,000 from the Mary Mikesell Endowment for Hunger.

— The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance received $1,000 from the Mary Mikesell Endowment for Hunger.

— Legacy Christian Academy received $70,000 from an endowment named in memory of Keith Jaynes

— Roads to Recovery received $9,000 from an endowment named in memory of Keith Jaynes.

— Greene Inc., received more than $40,000 from an endowment named in memory of Keith Jaynes.

Part of the ceremony included presentations of checks from the F.A.I.R. Foundation, which is a component of Greene Giving. These funds are used to recognize teachers throughout the county. Bellbrook High School math teacher Brad Breese and Fairborn Primary teacher Laura Meder each received $1,000.

Also, Ron Russell and former Judge Cathy Barber created a Greene County College Partnership scholarship for graduates of Fairborn High School. It features a match started by then-Clark State University President Karen Rafinski. Lucas Gulley received a $1,000 check toward tuition.

Through guidance from its financial partners, Greene Giving ended 2016 showing more than $12 million in assets.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News Penny Madry-Johnson (middle right) and Brenda Smallwood (middle left) of the Greene County Housing Program receive $1,000 from Greene Giving’s Paul Dillaplain (left) and Roger McDaniel of the Fraternal Order of Eagles during Greene Giving’s annual luncheon April 27.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/05/web1_DSC_3874.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News Penny Madry-Johnson (middle right) and Brenda Smallwood (middle left) of the Greene County Housing Program receive $1,000 from Greene Giving’s Paul Dillaplain (left) and Roger McDaniel of the Fraternal Order of Eagles during Greene Giving’s annual luncheon April 27.

Gail Schikora of the Humane Society of Greene County receives $1,222 from Paul Dillaplain and Greene Giving.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/05/web1_DSC_3883.jpgGail Schikora of the Humane Society of Greene County receives $1,222 from Paul Dillaplain and Greene Giving.

Spirit Horse Of Ohio receives $1,000 from Greene Giving. Pictured (left to right) are Greene Giving’s Paul Dillaplain, Spirit Horse representatives Hayley Horney and Channin Ford, and Roger McDaniel of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/05/web1_DSC_3876.jpgSpirit Horse Of Ohio receives $1,000 from Greene Giving. Pictured (left to right) are Greene Giving’s Paul Dillaplain, Spirit Horse representatives Hayley Horney and Channin Ford, and Roger McDaniel of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.

Advocates 4 Animals received $1,333 from Greene Giving. Pictured with Paul Dillaplain are Nancy and Pete Stroble.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/05/web1_DSC_3882.jpgAdvocates 4 Animals received $1,333 from Greene Giving. Pictured with Paul Dillaplain are Nancy and Pete Stroble.

Greene County News Report

Greene County News report compiled by Scott Halasz.

Greene County News report compiled by Scott Halasz.