The Westerville Fund was created as a permanent commemoration of the American Bicentennial. Since 1977, the Westerville Fund has served as a well-managed resource for community philanthropy. Income earned by the fund supports a variety of grants to nonprofit, charitable groups in our community. The Westerville Fund has provided seed money to establish drug education programs for young people, funding to support the Westerville Community Band for a summer concert series, to Westerville Parks for improvements to many of our Parks, and many enhancements for Westerville Area Resource Ministry to help the most vulnerable in our community.
Please email any questions, grant applications or requests for our grant guidelines to email@example.com.
We look to grow this fund to allow for flexible and lasting support to address needs within the boundaries of the City of Westerville, Ohio and the Westerville City School District.
Recent Grant Recipients
Provide compassionate, short-term assistance, resource referrals, and employment support in order to encourage individuals to live a God-reliant, self-sufficient life while restoring dignity and hope.
Support all active and retired First Responders and their families, loved ones, or caregivers who are experiencing, or have experienced, any traumatic or life-altering event.
Provide a gateway for kindness.
Educates the whole person in the context of humane values and prepares graduates to think deeply and broadly, to engage locally and globally, and to advance their professions and communities.
Provide the best behavioral health services by instilling hope, improving lives, and serving with heart.
Provide opportunities for the community to participate in the sport of rowing and other related crew functions.
Help all women business owners, regardless of net worth or education level, achieve their business ownership dreams through empathy, mentoring, and education.
Ensure the long-term financial stability of the Westerville Public Library through endowment management and fundraising for library projects.
Provide seniors of the community with an organized program of educational, recreational, and social activities along with services appropriate for their needs.
Inspire, educate, and enrich the lives of diverse audiences in central Ohio through exceptional symphonic music.
Advisory Board Members
- Matthew Fisher Chair
- John M. Bokros Member-At-Large
- Kathleen J. Cocuzzi Member-At-Large
- Reverend Mark L. Gauen Westerville Area Ministerial Association
- James G. Flaherty Member-At-Large
- James L. McCann Westerville City Schools
- Michael R. McGreevey Otterbein University
- Kenneth L. Wright City of Westerville