There are two independent sets of terms we need to define in order to answer your question.
I am trying to understand the difference between Value, Blend, and Growth
These are different categories of mutual funds:
Value: discounted or undervalued stocks. This is often measured by a difference between the stock's price and the Net Asset Value (NEV).
Growth: stocks that fund managers believe are poised for significant growth (increase in stock price and NEV).
Blend: a blend of two categories of stocks. In this context it probably refers to a combination of growth and value stocks, but it just depends on the context.
I want to receive dividend and Growth
These are ways to receive earnings from a stock or fund.
Dividend: a direct cash payment from owning a stock or a fund. Stocks and funds who pay out 100% of their profits don't have any money leftover to grow themselves and either stagnate or shrink.
Growth: an increase manifesting itself in capital gains. If a stock or fund pays out zero dividends, then all profits are invested back into the company for fund, increasing its value.
If you intend to automatically reinvest dividends, then receiving dividends is essentially the same as receiving profit through capital gains. If you intend to sell stocks or funds periodically to get some extra spending cash, then receiving profits through capital gains is essentially the same as dividends.