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OUR MISSION

To enhance and strengthen the quality of life for the citizens of Fairfield, Fairfield Township and surrounding areas by assessing community needs and securing and expanding resources to meet those needs.

OUR VISION

Fairfield Community Foundation - Fairfield's Choice for Giving.

Celebrating John Brunner

John Brunner retired from nine years’ service to the Fairfield Community Foundation at the end of June. During his tenure, he served in a variety of capacities including Chair of the Board.

Members of the Board gathered at the home of Sally Braun, former Foundation Board chair, to recognize and thank John for his years of commitment to the Fairfield Community as demonstrated by his service.

Joe Nuxhall Golf Outing Nets Almost $40K

On June 2, 152 golfers teed off at the Elks Golf Club, Hamilton and, in the process raised $28,000 for the Fairfield Community Foundation’s Joe Nuxhall Memorial Scholarship Fund and almost $12,000 in added funds for the endowment.

Thirty-one celebrities and others enjoyed a great lunch by JTM and dinner from the Montgomery Inn as well as a sunny day of fun and friendly competition.  Celebrities were driven by volunteers – including 13 recent Butler County high school Joe Nuxhall Scholarship winners.

The teams were divided up to play on 3 courses.  First place winners from the three individual courses include:

  • Tom Hamilton, Tyler Minges, Mike Howell, Jerry Leshner, and Sean Marohn.
  • Ross Sferra, Jack Beckman, Benny Kenner, and Scott Johnson.
  • Ed Bowling, John Miner, Tyler Bale, Ron Nichting, and Steve Griffith.

Major sponsors include Dickerson Distributing and Bob and Nelda Ernst. 

The Foundation and the Nuxhall Family salute and thank all who participated – sponsors, players and volunteers.

Fairfield Community Foundation Awards Annual College Scholarships

The week of May 19-23 was an exciting week for many area high school students who were awarded scholarships by the Fairfield Community Foundation.  In all a total of $114,000 was given to outstanding graduating seniors from our area. $28,000 was awarded at the Joe Nuxhall Scholarship Luncheon on May 23 at the Wilks Conference Center at Miami University Hamilton.  Emcee Sheila Gray, Channel 12 morning news co-anchor, presented the scholarship winners at the annual luncheon that provides scholarships to students from the 14 Butler County high schools.  This year 27 students were selected for the awards.  

Fairfield High School students were awarded almost $70,000 in scholarships. The remaining $16,000 was awarded to students who live in Fairfield or Fairfield Township but attend schools in other locations.

The Foundation congratulates the winners and extends sincere thanks to those who have set up a scholarship fund with the Foundation.  Together, we make a very real difference in our community and the lives of those receiving scholarships.

Women’s Kaleidoscope Fund Quilt raffle

 
Sally Braun, past president of the Foundation board, has designed and made one of her beautiful quilts for the benefit of the Kaleidoscope Fund, which is a permanent scholarship fund of the Foundation to help women return to school mid-life. Sally even signed her work. Raffle tickets are $20 each, three for $50 and are available at the Foundation office, 513.829.6355.