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Dater Foundation: Other Success Stories

Broadcast announcements promote grant recipients

The Dater Foundation uses television and radio announcements on public broadcasting stations WCET-TV and WGUC and WVXU to highlight its grant recipients. The Foundation makes grants to support children’s programming on the stations.  

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2014-15 Annual Report Available

You can read a year's worth of success stories as grant recipients are highlighted in the Dater Foundation's annual report. The publication also contains other information about the Foundation and its grantmaking. (9/20/16)

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Foundation Awards College Scholarships to Dater High Graduates.
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Five graduating seniors at Gilbert Dater High School in Western Hills are the 2016 recipients of college scholarships provided by the Foundation.  The Foundation has made a $50,000 grant annually since 2004 in providing scholarships to graduating Dater High seniors. (6/3/2016)

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Cincinnati Opera Takes Outreach Program into Schools
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More than 8,000 students at 40 area schools benefit from the Cincinnati Opera's Education Outreach program.  As school field trip/transportation budgets are cut and schools face greater pressure to maximize classroom time, the program takes opera into the schools and provides exposure to the arts for students (4/2/2013)

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Celebrating Clifford's 50 years of entertaining and educating
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WCET threw a 50th birthday party for Clifford the Big Red Dog, and the Dater Foundation joined in the celebration and provided a big cake. The Foundation is a supporter of CET’s children’s programming, which includes Clifford’s TV show.

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Ronald McDonald House Expansion Highlighted
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The expansion of the Cincinnati Ronald McDonald House was the subject of a front-page article in the Cincinnati Enquirer on Sunday, April 26.  The Dater Foundation has made six grants totaling $180,000 to the local Ronald McDonald House, including a $100,000 grant for the Charles H. Dater Children's Theatre. 

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Xavier University Summer Internship Program

Xavier University's Summer Internship Program places capable college students at non-profit organizations, and both the students and the non-profits benefit from the experience. 

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Gene Therapy Research in the Division of Hematology/Oncology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

The Dater Foundation's average grant is in the $10,000 to $15,000 range, so a significantly greater commitment to the funding of gene therapy research in the Division of Hematology/Oncology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center back in 2001 was not done without some extensive discussion.  Nine years later, the funding continues and the results and feedback are very positive.

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Camp Joy Fosters Success

Joy Outdoor Education Center

Camp Joy's Fostering Success program has benefited hundreds of foster children over the years.  Marcell Walls, now age 20 and in college, recalls how important his time at Camp Joy was to him.

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Xavier University Summer Internship Program

Xavier University's Summer Internship Program places capable college students at non-profit organizations, and both the students and the non-profits benefit from the experience.  Read Xavier graduating senior Evan Werk's reflections after his summer internship at Stepping Stones.

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Operation School Bell A Ringing Success

Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati

Over 400 inner-city youngsters from Cincinnati's Over the Rhine area will return to school with new clothes and a new school backpack thanks to Operation School Bell, a program of the Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati and supported by the Dater Foundation.

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Dater High Seniors Awarded Scholarship

Five graduating seniors at Gilbert A. Dater Senior High were awarded Dater Foundation scholarships in ceremonies at Senior Awards Night May 22.

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Madcap Puppets at Dater Monterssori

Madcap Puppets delighted more than 200 boys and girls at Dater Montessori last week with an hour-long performance. Madcap’s outreach program to schools has featured over 100 performances in the last four months. The Foundation is a long-time supporter of Madcap.

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Six Dater High Seniors Earn Dater Foundation Scholarships

Gilbert A. Dater Senior High School

A highlight of the Senior Awards Dinner and Program at Gilbert A. Dater High School May 23 was the announcement of the six Charles H. Dater Foundation scholarship recipients for the Class of 2005.

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Portraits Presented to Dater Schools

Dater High School and Dater Montessori

Large portraits of school namesake Gilbert Dater and his grandson Charles Dater were unveiled Thursday, April 14 in ceremonies at Gilbert Dater High School in Western Hills. "We're so pleased to have these two wonderful paintings to remind our students and staff of our heritage and two men who have made significant contributions to our schools," said Dr. Beverly Eby, principal at Dater High School.

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Dater High Seniors Earn Dater Scholarships

Gilbert A. Dater Senior High School

A highlight of the Senior Awards Program at Gilbert A. Dater High School was the announcement of the five Charles H. Dater Foundation scholarship recipients for the Class of 2004.

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Live Theatre Impacts Youngsters

Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati

The Ensemble Theatre's Fairy Godmother program introduces inner-city school children to live theatre on the ETC stage and its Prelude Program takes playwriting and production into schools.

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Classics for Kids

WGUC Radio

Kids listening to classical music? It's happening in Cincinnati. WGUC's Classics for Kids radio broadcasts air twice every weekend and an exciting, interactive web site makes music fun for children and provides curriculum resources for music and classroom teachers.

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Computers for Learning

CISE (Cincinnati Inner-City Schools Education Fund)

Against big odds, eight Cincinnati inner-city Catholic elementary schools are making a difference. Two thirds of their students live at or below the poverty level, yet an amazing 96% of graduate from high school and many go on to college.

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Surfing Colleges in Cyberspace

Gilbert A. Dater High School

The "College Corner" at Gilbert A. Dater High School provides students at the Cincinnati Public School and their parents with computers and other resources to enhance college education opportunities.

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PowerUp for Success

Urban League of Greater Cincinnati

The Urban League and the Dater Foundation are helping minority youngsters in low income, urban families enhance their computer skills and close the "digital divide" that exists with their more advantaged counterparts in the suburbs.

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Taking Art on the Road

Taft Museum of Art

The Taft Museum of Art is bridging gaps during its current renovation and expansion program with creative programs like Galleries on the GO" and "Artists Rearching Classrooms" ... both supported by the Dater Foundation.

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Up Close with Nature at the Zoo

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

Reading about animals and seeing pictures in books is educational, but learning really comes alive when youngsters take a trip to the Cincinnati Zoo. And some of their favorite places to visit are exhibits funded by the Dater Foundation.

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Junior High Students Put On An Old Radio Drama at WVXU

WVXU Radio

Ever hear kids say, "Let's put on a show." But how many get to write and star in their own play that is actually broadcast on radio? It's happening in Cincinnati, thanks to a Dater Foundation grant to WVXU Radio and the station's strong commitment to programming that makes classroom education come alive for Greater Cincinnati schoolchildren.

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Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park‘s Education Outreach Tour Entertains, Educates
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Young schoolchildren throughout the Tri-State got a very entertaining dose of live theatre as talented interns at the Playhouse put on more than 50 performance of Go Dog Go at schools and community centers this spring. (6/19/2013)

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