Social Investment

Social Investment

The City of Hilliard is deeply committed to ensuring the health and welfare of the community, not just economically, but also socially. Through a variety of programs, the City offers support to a number of nonprofit organizations.


CARES Act Pandemic Support


In October 2020, the City of Hilliard provided the Hilliard Community Foundation with $150,000 in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding. This was used to award grants to eight community health and human/social service non-profit agencies to support residents negatively affected by the pandemic. Agencies receiving the funds are: Dot’s Tots Foundation, Hilliard Food Pantry, Patches of Light, United Methodist Church Preschool, First Baptist Church of Hilliard, SON Ministries, Kiwanis Club and St. Brendan Church. For more information on the grants, click here.

Annual City Council Grants

Each year, Hilliard City Council approves grant funding to support community non-profits. In 2023, City Council approved $153,522 in grant funding for the following seven organizations and committees:
  • Hilliard Arts Council
  • Hilliard Food Pantry
  • Hilliard Area Garden Club
  • Agricultural Society
  • Hilliard Historical Society
  • Aging in Place Committee
  • Environmental Sustainability Commission
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