Your picture of Dayton could be worth $1,000

The RiverScape fountains were tested Tuesday with the addition of a new fountain in the confluence of the Great Miami and Mad Rivers.
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The RiverScape fountains were tested Tuesday with the addition of a new fountain in the confluence of the Great Miami and Mad Rivers.

Credit: Lisa Powell

Credit: Lisa Powell

You best shot of Dayton could be worth $1,000.

The Dayton Foundation has launched its #Hometown360 Challenge.

The organization that manages more than 3,500 charitable funds is seeking panoramic photos as part of its social media campaign.

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Area people are asked to take panoramic photos of their favorite part of the region and upload it to the Foundation's Facebook page for a shot to receive a one-time $1,000 grant for their chosen charity.

Here is how the Dayton Foundation says the contest will work:


1.) Snap a panoramic photo that highlights your pride in the community.

2.) Upload it to Facebook, specifically in the comment section of the #Hometown360 post located at the top of The Dayton Foundation's Facebook page. Facebook automatically will convert the photo into a 360-degree photo.

3) With your photo post, include "#Hometown360" and a brief explanation for why the photo represents your favorite #Hometown360 moment or location. Be creative and have fun. Photos should represent your unique perspective for the corner of Greater Dayton you call home.

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The #Hometown360 Challenge ends at noon on Friday, Dec. 15.

Judges will select one photo and the photographer’s chosen charity will be awarded the $1,000 #Hometown360 grant.

Additional details can be found on The Dayton Foundation's website daytonfoundation.org/hometown360.html or from Soteria Brown at (937) 225-9959 or sbrown@daytonfoundation.org.

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