Overhead Capital Product Summary

Dec 1, 2020 - Jun 1, 2021

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Warren County Foundation - Helping People Help Our Community Grants

Jan 31, 2021 - Jan 31, 2022

Impact Grants

Subject to the availability of funds, the Warren County Foundation shall also make one or more Impact Grants usually in December of each year, of not less than $10,000 each.


In addition to the criteria for Discretionary Grants, Impact Grant recipients will be selected based upon a consideration of which submittals most effectively promote the following: lasting improvement in the health, safety and welfare within Warren County; elimination or mitigation of barriers to the full enjoyment of social, cultural, economic and educational resources within the community.  The grant must have a meaningful impact on the organization or program.


Priority in the selection of Impact Grant recipients will be given to submittals benefiting and promoting the well-being of families and children, or economic development in the County.  Collaborations of various organizations and agencies will receive preference in the review process.


If, having reviewed the guidelines, you have a question about whether a project may or may not qualify for funding, please call the Warren County Foundation at (513) 934-1001, and we will be happy to discuss it with you.


If you would like to apply for a grant through the Warren County Foundation you may print out, complete, and mail the following application to:


                                                        Grant Request

                                                        Warren County Foundation

                                                        PO Box 495

                                                        Lebanon, Ohio 45036


Download the Grant Proposal Form HERE



Discretionary Grants


The Warren County Foundation currently tends to make Discretionary Grants in amounts ranging from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Proposals are reviewed every two months by the Grants Committee.  Because Discretionary Grant funds are limited each year, the Grants Committee reviews each proposal carefully and considers the criteria below.


Subject to available funds, the Warren County Foundation is more likely to award Discretionary Grants to organizations that demonstrate that their proposed projects:

  • Make a clear difference in the quality of life of a substantial number of Warren County citizens.Demonstrate tangible solutions to community problems.
  • Help non-profit organizations manage themselves and their finances more effectively.
  • Focus on prevention.
  • Encourage cooperation and eliminate duplication of service.
  • Stimulate others to participate in problem-solving.
  • Promote volunteer involvement.
  • Have a positive economic impact in Warren County.
  • Promote leverage for generating additional funds.


Generally Discretionary Grants are not awarded to:

  • Any organization not exempt under IRS 501(c)3 guidelines.
  • Ongoing operating expenses of existing institutions.
  • Individuals.
  • Religious organizations for religious purposes.
  • Endowments.
  • Scholarships and scholarly or medical research.
  • Annual fund-raising drives.
  • Community services which are primarily supported by tax dollars.
  • Travel grants.


The Grants Committee, in its discretion, may waive any of the foregoing criteria upon the applicant’s demonstration that hardship, special or exigent circumstances or other good cause justify such a waiver. The Foundation will always confirm that an organization is eligible for a grant as a 501(c)3 organization.


For additional information about the Warren County Foundation, click HERE



2022 Leadership Warren County

Apr 6, 2021 - May 27, 2021


 Who do you know that should apply for this next class?

 Opening retreat will be March 4-5, 2022.

MLK Earth Day Virtual 5k, April 18 - 24, 2021 to benefit the Little Miami Conservancy

Apr 18, 2021 - Apr 24, 2021
11:30 am - 5:00 pm
MLK Earth Day Virtual 5k
MLK Earth Day Virtual 5k

The MLK Community Coalition of Lebanon, OH partners with individuals and organizations to provide volunteer services and activities that address needs within our community.  On Sunday April 18 – Saturday April 24, 2021, MLK Lebanon will sponsor the Earth Day MLK Virtual 5K. A “virtual 5k” is a running/walking event where the community participates individually and shares this virtually through social media while running in their neighborhoods while social distancing or running on their treadmills in the comfort of their home. Proceeds to benefit the LittleMiami Conservancy. 

We want to include you in this opportunity. You can help in the following ways:

1)    Becoming a sponsor – levels begin at $50.00

2)    Providing a monetary donation

3)    In kind donations for daily giveaways

You may also lock in your sponsorship of the Stand Up To Hate MLK Virtual 5k that will take place in August 2021.

 For complete details, visit our website at

The Life Cycle of an Employee and its Business Cost

Apr 29, 2021
9:00 am - 10:30 am


The Life Cycle of an Employee and its Business Cost


April 29, 2021

9am to 10:30am EST
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This is an online ZOOM event



This is the Life Cycle of an Employee. It can be complicated, costly and time-consuming. Job openings are plentiful, but workers are scarce. How do you navigate the 2021 HR landscape? 


Hear from three Subject Matter Experts in a robust presentation that will give you Tools, Tips & Resources in this mission critical area. 


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Feel free to contact us at the address below if you have any questions on the class, or additional HR information. 


We look forward to seeing you online for this important subject. 




Mike Stater CBA, Executive Director

Warren County Small Business Development Center 



Community Conversations - Bridging Stories

May 6, 2021 - May 27, 2021

Community Conversations Bridging Stories Sponsored by the City of Lebanon and in partnership with Hakim Oliver, Lebanon Community Conversations - Bridging Stories is intended to facilitate positive interaction and conversations to build a stronger community.

Participants will be led through discussions and introspective activities during each session to recognize what makes each person unique through their history and experiences, and learn how we can create a vibrant, inclusive and understanding community.

This four-part series includes a panel discussion, public input, and an opportunity to share perspectives in an open and welcoming environment.

WHEN: Thursdays in May 2021 7 - 8:30 pm

WHERE: Countryside YMCA East Campus, Building 1 1618 Deerfield Road Lebanon, OH 45036 *Location for May 27, 2021 session is TBD Space is limited. To reserve a seat, contact Kelli Kline, Assistant