Press Release


Tipp City, OH - The Downtown Tipp City Partnership (DTCP), in conjunction with the Tipp City Foundation, is pleased to announce the Downtown Tipp City Partnership Coronavirus Relief Program to support the preservation and livelihood of Tipp City’s historic downtown business district amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. This program supports the DTCP’s mission and aligns with the Tipp City Foundation’s goals to promote local community endeavors while advancing charitable giving through an unwavering commitment for future generations.

Applicants for the grants can be business owners or administrators of non-profit entities who are members of the DTCP and are located within the downtown historic district.

The grants funds can be used by applicants who are negatively affected by the COVID- 19 pandemic for operating expenses for their small business or non-profit.

According to Lisa Santucci, DTCP board president, “We are, as ever, greatly concerned about the historic downtown, the heart of this community.The bridge that was extended from the Tipp Foundation was just the impetus we needed to get the ball rolling to directly impact our downtown. This lends us hope for the future. We are immensely grateful and believe that others will want to join in the cause and donate additional funds to help our downtown thrive again.”

To make a donation, to apply for a grant, or to learn more about the DTCP Coronavirus Relief Fund, please visit

The Downtown Tipp City Partnership, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to enhance, preserve, and promote downtown Tipp City from the tracks to the canal. It is an officially designated Main Street organization through Heritage Ohio and Main Street America.

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Downtown Tipp City is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a National Trust for Historic Preservation and Heritage Ohio organization. The DTC is the leading advocate for downtown business and property owners. We directly serve the business owners, property owners, and residents of downtown Tipp City, but our work also impacts the surrounding community and visitors. A healthy, active, economically strong town center supports stable property values, good schools, and civic involvement throughout the City, not just in the downtown area.


6 South 3rd Street
Tipp City, OH 45371

P: 937.667.0883