County Donations & Grants
Miami County Cares Restock the Pantries 2023
The public is encouraged to participate in this drive by filling a Restock the Pantries box with one of each item in the size listed below. These boxes are available now through December 8 at the main entrance of the Safety Building (201 West Main Street) between 8am and 4pm. Organizations wishing to partner by filling ten or more boxes should contact Angela Lewis at 937.440.5996 for more information.
Boxes are being collected at the Hobart Center for County Government (510 West Water Street). They can be dropped off in the lobby during regular business hours through December 8 or volunteers will be in the parking lot from 9am – 11am to collect boxes on December 9. Organizers ask that boxes not be sealed prior to drop off.
Shopping lists, organized by aisle, are available below or via the QR code on the Restock the Pantries boxes. Those wishing to donate monetarily will be able to do so through a fund with the Troy Foundation. More information to follow next week.
Miami County Ohio Opioid Grant Application
The 2023 Application Process Has Ended
Miami County, Ohio has created the Opioid Grant Program as a means to disperse settlement funds received through the One Ohio Agreement on an annual basis for the duration of the settlement. These grants will be awarded to eligible businesses and non-profit organizations for programming that aligns with the Abatement Strategies outlined in Exhibit A of the One Ohio Memorandum of Understanding (OR 2021-35 Exhibit 1).
Miami County Donation Program
The Board of Miami County Commissioners intend to dispose of the below unneeded personal property to a selected eligible 501c(3) non-profit organization on or before the listed disposal date. Eligible organizations must submit required information to the Commissioners' office in advance to be considered as a recipient.
If you have any questions about the County Donation Program, please call the Miami County Commissioners' office at (937) 440-5910.