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Quality of Life
Sustaining the viability of the Dayton Woman's Club as a Community Asset
The Woman's Club of Dayton Foundation dba The Dayton Woman's Club is looking to restore and upgrade the Empire Style House located at 225 N Ludlow Street, Dayton, OH 45402. The House was built in the 1840's. The House is in need of a roof replacement in order to prevent more water from coming into the house and causing damage to the ceilings and floors. Due to the water damage, new ceiling tiles and flooring will need to be replaced. We also need to update restrooms, paint and fix windows.
Organization Details
The Woman's Club of Dayton Foundation dba The Dayton Woman's Club
225 North Ludlow Street
Dayton, Ohio. 45402
Montgomery
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Non-profit
Organization Contact Details
Margaret Kruckemeyer
President
The Woman's Club of Dayton Foundation dba The Dayton Woman's Club
937-228-1124
225 North Ludlow Street
Dayton, Ohio. 45402
Montgomery
Karen Manzo, Grants Officer, The Dayton Woman's Club, 937-760-1299, karenmanzo@sbcglobal.net
Ebony Ferrell, Executive Director, The Dayton Woman's Club, 937-856-9442, director@daytonwomansclub.org
Dr Wafa Hozien, Wright State University, Vice Provost Academic Affairs, 804-247-7963, wafa.hozien@wright.edu
Location Details
Dayton
Montgomery
Ohio 10th
Financial Details
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1200000
The Woman's Club of Dayton Foundation is holding annual requests for support from our members and other interested community partners. We are agressively requesting $200,000 over the next two years. We also have some funding already in an account waiting for the restoration process to begin.
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The Interior Department's Save America's Treasures
Community Details
The Woman's Club of Dayton Foundation dba The Dayton Woman's Club provides many community services. The House has different meeting rooms that are available for small gatherings or even a large meeting, proms, events in our beautiful ballroom. We are inclusive and welcome diverse groups to use the House. We currently have 4 non-profits who regularly use the House for their monthly meetings. We have provided several opportunities for different groups of youth and young adults for building soft skills of business etiquette, how to behave in social settings, professional development, etc. We are committed to building a culture of inclusion. We have used the House to provide programming for at-risk and underserved youth. We have held several programs highlighting East Asian, African American, Native American History and Culture. We have also held Women Veteran's events, including Ohio Women in Military. Without the House receiving the needed repairs and updates, we would not be able to continue to provide these diverse events.
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Additional Details
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Karen Manzo
9377601299
karenmanzo@sbcglobal.net
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