Listing Funds for type: "Common Good"What is a Common Good Fund?
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The Acorn Fund gives donors the ability to create their own funds without time limitations. Donors can make gifts of any amount to accumulate a giving history in the fund with the intent of creating their own endowed fund at The Community Foundation.
The Advanced Drainage Systems Fund was established as a seed fund by the organization. This fund will support unrestricted grantmaking for the benefit of Hancock County and its residents.
Judge Davis established this fund as a donor advised fund to support his charitable giving. After his passing, he requested that the fund be used by the Foundation to support its responsive grantmaking.
This fund was established as a seed fund in memory of B. Ann Brossia by the Community Foundation, her husband, Steve, and children, Libby and Stephen.
Bank One made a commitment to contribute to TCF to perpetuate the strong tradition of its predessor companies, Diamond Savings & Loan and Hancock Savings & Loan, to community giving. It supports the local community both financially and through active involvement of its employees.
Bob and Susan were passionate about the community and chose to leave their gift without restriction to The Community Foundation. This fund will be part of our Community’s Endowment to support the responsive grantmaking of the Foundation.
This Fund was established by the Community Foundation’s Board of Trustees to receive gifts in honor of individuals and memorial gifts that have not been designated for a particular fund. Proceeds from this endowed Fund for the Common Good will be used to meet emerging needs that will improve the quality of life in Hancock County.
Jim and Pat Wall established this fund in memory of their daughter, Debbie, with the proceeds of her estate. The unrestricted fund is given in perpetuity and is therefore a permanent resource for the community.
This is the first Charitable Gift Annuity Fund to be established at The Community Foundation. This fund, established with the remainder of their charitable gift annuity, will support our Community's Endowment. Made up of unrestricted and field of interest funds, our Community's Endowment allow the Foundation Board to respond to needs in Hancock County as they arise.
This fund was established by the founder of Findlay Industries, Inc., Philip D. Gardner, to support our community.
Bevery Fisher established this unrestricted fund as a means of "putting my roots down." The Fishers also support a scholarship within the Findlay City Schools Fund. (See Scholarship Funds)
Garry and Kathleen Peiffer established this fund to support the unrestricted grantmaking of the Community Foundation.
The Gene and Peggy Slough Fund is a Fund for the Common Good that will allow the Community Foundation to assess community needs and respond by awarding grants to nonprofit organizations doing the community's most critical work.
Just as TCF has fulfilled the dreams of Mr. Dorney by establishing a community foundation in Hancock County and funded many worthwhile projects, so will we honor this generous gift from Mr. Countryman. George left this generous gift to our community as part of his estate.
In 2006, Gertrude established a trust which named the Foundation as a beneficiary upon her death. This fund is an unrestricted fund of the Foundation.
This fund, established by Ms. Anderson in her estate plan, supported Hope House for the Homeless for 20 years. It is now an unrestricted fund to support the community.
This fund, established by Ms. Anderson, supported First Presbyterian Church of Findlay for 20 years. It is now an unrestricted fund to support the community.
The Hancock County Forever Fund supports the ever-changing needs and opportunities facing our community. Gifts of all sizes are pooled together in this fund for investment and impact. You can provide the most flexible support for our community without establishing a named fund of your own when you give to the Hancock County Forever Fund. Thank you for investing in our community!
Intersil Corporation established this fund to support our community.
This fund will support responsive grantmaking by the Foundation board.
John and Anita chose to leave their gift without restriction to The Community Foundation to contribute to the current needs in the community. This fund will be part of our Community’s Endowment to support the responsive grantmaking of the Foundation.
The John and Tamara Luchini Fund for the Common Good honors Hancock County's strengths and will support its growth by adding to our Community's Endowment. Tamara also created the John and Tamara Luchini Fund for the Performing Arts. This fund will support the Fort Findlay Playhouse.
This fund was established in celebration of Kathy’s 12 years of leadership of The Community Foundation. In her time as President, Kathy helped the organization triple in size and develop its community leadership platform.
The Kuenzli Fund for the Common Good is dedicated to building our Community's Endowment. As an unrestricted fund, it will be utilized by the Foundation board to award grants to local nonprofit organizations.
L. Dale Dorney is our community's father of philanthropy. The Dorney Legacy Society was created to allow currrent residents fo Hancock County to follow Dorney's example of making a testamentary gift to our community.
This Unrestricted Fund was established upon Mrs. Schneider's death to benefit Hancock County, the community that she called home.
Marjorie left this unrestricted gift as part of her estate.
Mary and Taylor Morton established this Fund for the Common Good through their estate. This fund will support unrestricted grantmaking for emerging community needs.
This Fund is Unrestricted.
Before retiring back to Kentucky, Michael and Nancy Wilder wanted to leave a gift for the community that would have the greatest impact. They created this fund, which will support our Community’s Endowment, making grants to the community as needs change.
The Oxleys made the gift that established this fund shortly before Mike's death on January 1, 2016. His directive to the Foundation was to use the funds to meet the most important needs of his beloved Findlay and Hancock County.
This unrestricted fund was established by CEO and President of OHM, James Kirk. Although OHM is no longer headquartered in Findlay, the fund serves as a permanent legacy and continues to support our community.
The Pfeiffer family moved to Findlay in 1957 when Sterling began working for McDonald & Company Securities. Active community members, Sterling and Meredith established this charitable lead trust to increase the unrestricted assets of The Community Foundation.
This fund was established this fund to support the start-up of The Community Foundation.
Elaine Schoonmaker established this fund to support several charitable organizations in the community.
This fund was established through a gift from the estate of Opal Thompson to support Hancock County. This Unrestricted Fund is to support competitive grantmaking in Hancock County.
Even though The Ohio Bank is no longer in operation, having merged with Sky Bank and later Huntington, this fund continues to support our community.
John H. "Jack" Schaefer originally established this fund as a donor-advised fund to support his charitable interests. Upon his death, the fund converted to unrestricted dollars to be distributed at the discretion of the Foundation's board of directors.
Tom and Carol Dale Joseph established this fund for the common good of the community.
Whirlpool Corporation established this unrestricted fund to support the community and their employees who benefit from The Community Foundation's grantmaking.
Through a Fund for the Common Good, William R. Webb's legacy will give and grow forever to improve the quality of life in the Findlay and Hancock County community.