THE STORY IN VIDEOS
In our second century of service to the greater Miami Valley region, it’s a great time to reflect on how we got here, the important role we play, and why we expect to be here for another hundred years.
We launched the public phase of our Generations Campaign in April of 2022. This 6-minute video will give you an overview of the priority areas we’ll be able to grow and improve as we progress through and beyond the five-year campaign. (2021-2025)
Through the Generations Campaign, we will add a 6,000 sq. foot facility to our current building at 922 W. Riverview Avenue, providing a new open floor pantry space, additional storage, and a new indoor loading area. Renovations will also include a ground floor welcome center, a community gathering room, and an elevator which will provide accessibility to the current building’s second and third floors. (Animated rendering by RDA Group Architects, LLC.)
Mike Parks, President of the Dayton Foundation
Shelley Dickstein, Dayton City Manager
Scott Barr, President & CEO of Shelby County United Way
Gina McFarlane-El, CEO of Five Rivers Health Centers
Bro. Ray Fitz, S.M., President Emeritus, University of Dayton
Michelle Riley, CEO of The Foodbank
Dr. Steven Johnson, President & CEO of Sinclair Community College
Matt Joseph, Dayton City Commissioner
At Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley’s Annual Meeting on April 27, CEO Laura Roesch announced the public phase of a five-year comprehensive campaign inspired by the desire to broaden and enhance the agency’s impact as it enters its second century of service. The Generations Campaign will run through 2025, with a total fundraising goal of $10,000,000.