2019 USGreentech Community Impact Fund Winners

Community Impact Fund Recipients 2019

As the new year begins, we are grateful to reflect back on 2019 and announce the recipients of USGreentech’s Community Impact Fund.

As an employee-owned company, USGreentech strives to reflect the values of its people. In addition to building better turf systems together, our team feels strongly about giving back to the communities in which we live and serve. In 2016, we created the Community Impact Fund, an entirely employee-funded grant program that supports qualifying charities and non-profit organizations. Since its inception, the Community Impact Fund has awarded grants to 25 organizations in 8 states throughout the country. 

Every January, The Motz Corporation and USGreentech employees are invited to pledge donations. Individually determined amounts are deducted from participating team members’ paychecks throughout the year and placed in the charitable fund. Then, toward the end of each year, organizations all over the country are encouraged to apply for the grants and recipients are carefully selected by the program’s contributing employees.

We’re pleased to share that 2019 was our most successful year to date; our big-hearted employees raised enough money to award TEN $1,000 Community Impact Fund grants.

Now, that the year has comes to an end, it’s our pleasure to announce the 2019 USGreentech Community Impact Fund recipients. Without further ado...

2019 Community Impact Fund 

Grant Recipient

Recipient will use grant to

Athletes in Action

Support the organization’s mission to mentor high school inner-city male athletes to become positive leaders and future adults of influence in their communities through sports and spiritual development.

Belfair Elementary School

Repair and replace a damaged drip irrigation system in their community garden that provides vegetables for the local food bank.

Brown County Humane Society

Install a new K9 turf yard with awarded funds; the yard will provide a clean, safe space for dogs and a meeting place for volunteers and events in all four seasons.

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Armleder Campus

Support campaign encouraging students to use "healthy fitness habits" as they grow stronger in their leadership habits and skills.

Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home

Continue its mission of providing safe homes, food, clothing, specialized education, and behavioral therapy to victims of child abuse, 95% of whom suffer from PTSD.

Ethan’s Purpose Inc.

Promote good mental health in students through small group counseling services and suicide prevention education

FC Cincinnati Foundation

Support the goal of building 10 mini pitches by 2024 (two in 2020) that will be used to provide safe spaces for kids to play soccer.

Kentucky Horse Park Foundation

Fund a free two-week summer horse camp experience at the Kentucky Horse Park for at-risk youth of the Kentucky Horse Park Mustang Troop.

Mt Washington School Foundation

Provide a week-long science and art camp for students in grades 4, 5, and 6.


Restore the gym & purchase a volleyball net system so children living in poverty in Cincinnati's West End can play sports & promote health.


Picture of Mackenzie Hesler, Marketing Manager
Written by Mackenzie Hesler, Marketing Manager

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