About

The Miami County Foundation was chartered in 1985 by Richard E. Hunt to honor his wife, DeMaries, his mother, Blanch, and his children, Philip and Ginger. A Troy native, Mr. Hunt organized Miami County Broadcasting in 1946. A year later, the county’s first radio station, WPTW-AM, went on the air. With his deep ties to Miami County, it had long been his dream to establish a local Foundation to support all the communities within Miami County, and upon his wife’s death, moved to make his dream a reality.

The Miami County Foundation is committed to advancing our communities. Serving as a catalyst, the Foundation provides support for programs in the arts, community development, education, health, and human services. Qualifying organizations may submit grant requests by the last day of February or August each year. If a grant request is denied, feedback is given, and the request may be resubmitted.

 

Generous Miami County donors, through restricted scholarship funds, provide annual scholarships for County residents pursuing post-high school education in any accredited college, trade/vocational, nursing, or health-related facility.

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317 N. Wayne Street

P.O. Box 1526 

Piqua, OH 45356-1526

937-773-9012

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