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01-04-2023

2022 Motz Community Impact Fund Recipients

Moving People to Better Lives

We started a 100% employee-funded grant program in 2016 in order to support the important missions of charities, non-profit organizations, and schools across the country. The Community Impact Fund consists solely of pledged monthly donations from our employees who select the grant recipients from a pool of national applicants at the end of each year. 

Thanks to the continued support of our employees to this program, this year we were able to award 10 grants, with each winner awarded a $1,000 grant through this effort. We’re proud of our team for continuing this legacy of moving people to better lives.

This year’s grant recipients 

We’re honored to introduce all of the incredible recipients of our 2022 Motz Community Impact Fund. Click each of their names to learn more!

And the winners are:

BLOC Ministries

BLOC Teaching Kitchen | The purpose is to expand the job training and quality of product development for our culinary training center by adding a commercial kitchen hood.

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati

Fact From Fiction | The goal of this project is to provide members access to news and other topics in an effort to increase literacy and an understanding of bias and unbiased news.

Cincinnati Public Schools

GetFIT | Get FIT is a CPS Athletics outreach program designed to improve and develop the motor skills of preschoolers throughout the district.

Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired

Pediatric Low Vision Program | Provide highly specialized services, including a free Pediatric Low Vision Clinic, Adaptive Sports, Resource Center & Lending Library, and the Ohio Regional Braille Challenge that help children between the ages of 3-21 years old foster independence, confidence, and creativity.

Countryside YMCA

Live Large with Parkinson’s | Funds will be used to support the Countryside YMCA’s initiative to delay the progression of Parkinson’s disease for all fitness levels and provide a continuum of care for people with Parkinson’s.

Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home

Residential Treatment Program | DCCH Center will provide a safe home, food, clothing, specialize education, and trauma-informed behavioral therapy to survivors of child abuse in our Residential Treatment Program.

Ethan’s Purpose Inc.

School Counseling | Awarded funds will provide small group counseling in local schools to students who suffer from depression, anxiety, grief and suicidal ideations.

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones

Helping Families in Kentucky | The purpose of this project is to make families aware of Parent of Addicted Loved Ones’ FREE meetings for parents who have adult children suffering from SUD.

Pawprints Animal Rescue

Animal Rescue | Our goal is to save as many lives as we can by saving all breeds of dogs and cats that are at risk of euthanasia in area shelters.

St. Lawrence Parish

Power Packs | Sending Power Packs home with students to ensure they have something to eat on weekends.


If you would like more information on the Community Impact Fund, please call 513.533.6452 or email us at info@themotzgroup.com. 

In addition to the Community Impact Fund, The Motz Group strives to give back to the areas in which we live and serve. Here are some of the ways we choose to do that: community impact at Moz.

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