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2024 Motz Community Impact Fund Recipients

Announcing the Recipients of Our Community Impact Fund Grants

In 2016, we launched a 100% employee-funded grant program to support the crucial missions of charities, non-profit organizations, and schools nationwide. The Community Impact Fund is entirely fueled by the monthly pledges of our dedicated employees, who also have the honor of selecting the grant recipients from a pool of national applicants each year.

This year, thanks to the unwavering generosity of our team, we are thrilled to announce that we have awarded grants, each worth $1,000, to deserving organizations. We are incredibly proud of our employees for their ongoing commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of others.

Congratulations to this year’s grant recipients! Your work inspires us, and we are honored to support your impactful efforts. Together, we continue our mission of moving people to better lives.

We’re honored to introduce all of the incredible recipients of our 2024 Motz Community Impact Fund. Click each of their names to learn more!

And the winners are:

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.

World Baseball Academy

Up to Bat – Adaptive Camp | World Baseball Academy organizes Adaptive Programs serving at-risk youth boys and girls, helping them reach their full potential, overcoming obstacles of intellectual or physical disability.

Cancer Support Community of Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky

Blue Ash Backyard Bash | A family-oriented outreach initiative fostering community and uniting families during challenging circumstances.

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 substance use disorder (SUD).

Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired

2024 Summer Camp Series | Clovernook Center’s Summer Camps are designed to help empower children who are blind or living with low vision to grow into successful, independent adults.

BLOC Ministries

Immigrant Welcome Center Office | The purpose is to create an office space for different immigrant owned businesses.

Farm to Table Youth Agriculture Programs | To provide children living in poverty healing through agricultural experiences that reduce stress, improve mental health and create a generation of the “next” stewards” of our planet.

Dream on 3

Dream Boxes | Provide Dream Boxes to children that are unable to receive a dream experience due to their medical conditions.

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati

Community Based Mentoring | Community-Based Mentoring provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives, thereby breaking the cycle of poverty.

If you would like more information on the Community Impact Fund, please call 513.533.6452 or email us at 

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 Motz.

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