Funds in the Youth category

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This fund supports the efforts of the Black Swamp Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

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This fund was established to ensure that Boy Scouts residing in Hancock County have the opportunity to attend summer camp at Camp Berry or the National Jamboree.

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This fund will support the youth of Hancock County by creating brighter tomorrows.

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This fund was established to maintain, sustain, and improve the facilities at Camp Berry for generations of scouts.

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The Friends of Camp Fire of Northwest Ohio established this fund to support youth programs and projects of Camp Fire.

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The Friends of Camp Fire of Northwest Ohio established this fund to support a program to send area youth to Camp Glen for resident or day camp.

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This fund was established to support Children's Mentoring Connection's mission to positively impact lives one meaningful connection at a time.

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This fund was established by the Children's Museum of Findlay to support the museum's programs providing educational opportunities for children.

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Terry Glaser established this fund to support Youth for Christ of Northwest Ohio.

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The Cooper Tire Foundation established this fund to support science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and program in Findlay City and Hancock County Schools.

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The family of Olga Swanson established this fund in her memory to support the local Girl Scouts, an organization that played a fundamental role in Mrs. Swanson’s life. Her family hopes this fund will encourage young women to develop lifelong self-confidence and leadership skills.

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Established by an anonymous donor, this fund will provide support for Girl Scouts from Hardin, Hancock and Allen counties. Troops will have assistance in attending weeklong troop resident camp in the summer, and girls throughout the council will be able to apply for assistance in Destinations, a program allowing older girls to travel the world with other Girl Scouts.

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This fund, established in memory of Gregory by his family, is for the benefit and support of youth programming, with priority given to organizations espousing Christian ideals.

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Gwen and David established this fund for the Center for Safe and Healthy Children to better serve child abuse victims.

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This fund, established through a gift from Intersil Corporation, supports the programs of Hancock Youth Leadership.

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This fund, established to help future generations, shall be designated to support 4-H activities in Hancock County.

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This fund was established by the Livingstons to benefit FFA organizations located in Hancock County, Ohio.

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This fund was established by the Liberty-Benton Athletic Boosters to support Liberty-Benton High School athletic teams.

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This fund serves to perpetuate the activities and to sustain the Hancock County Fairgrounds, predominantly for the benefit of the Junior Fair activities in Hancock County.

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This fund will benefit Father Flanagan's Boy's Home, a nonprofit in Boys Town, Nebraska providing housing, care, treatment, support and education for at-risk youth.

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This scholarship was established by Edward and Judy Reading in honor of T. R. Shoaff, Judy’s father, It assists gifted ballet and dance students.

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This fund was established by the late James Moul to promote and provide for the health of children, including but without limitation: medical needs, shelter and food on an emergency basis.

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The William and Nancy Recker Hancock County 4-H Fund will, through its support of 4-H, promote leadership and outstanding citizenship among the youth of Hancock County.

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Emily Settle Young established this fund in memory of her husband, Grant, to acknowledge the many benefits he received from YMCA programs when he was young. The fund supports membership and activity fees for underprivileged children in Findlay and Hancock County.

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This fund was established in memory of Zach by his family to support youth leadership opportunities in Hancock County, in particular the ECLIPSe program.

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