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Judge Davis established a donor advised fund to support his charitable giving.
Amber and Aaron Craft established this fund to support their charitable giving.
This fund was created to support the family's charitable interests.
This fund supports the administrative costs of the Arlington School Foundation as it works to raise funds for Arlington Schools.
The Fraziers established the Benroth-Frazier Family Fund as a donor advised fund of The Community Foundation to support their charitable giving. Through their fund, they will recommend grants to the nonprofit organizations of their choosing.
This fund was established by Braden’s family and friends to support programs and services in Hancock County for children diagnosed with childhood cancer and their families.
C.P. and Evelyn established this fund to give back to their community.
Chuck Younger established this fund to give something back to the community.
The Hardesty’s established the Chuck and Julie Hardesty Family Fund as a donor advised fund of the Foundation. They will recommend grants from the fund to benefit the nonprofit organizations of their choosing.
The First Fruits Christian Fund is a donor advised fund of the Foundation. This will allow the fund advisors to recommend grants to the nonprofit organizations of their choosing.
This donor-advised fund, in memory of Cindy Shoupe Parke, will provide student and professional development for the Findlay City Schools in the area of social and emotional learning.
Craig and Mary Lou Anderson have established this fund to give back to their community, where they have been involved for more than 30 years.
Elaine and Gene Stevens, local business owners since 1980, established this fund to give back to the community and to ensure that charitable giving will continue to be part of the Stevens family tradition.
This fund was established to support the Steeds' charitable giving.
Gaven and Erin Smith created this fund to support their family’s charitable giving. It is their hope that their two children Caroline (6) and Griffin (3) will learn from their donor advised fund and carry on the legacy of giving their family has started in the community.
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.
The purpose of this fund is to contribute to the progress of "people helping people" for future generations.
Jane and Raymond established this fund to support women’s health issues in Hancock County focusing on routine and preventative medical services and education for women in need.
This fund, established by the Shock Family with the assistance of Fresh Encounter, Inc. to honor Lance Corporal Jeremy Shock USMC, will benefit the City of Green Springs Parks & Recreation Department to raise money for lights at the baseball diamonds.
This fund was established by the Pevers to support their charitable giving.
Kevin and Karen Rohrs established this donor advised fund to support their family's annual charitable giving.
The MacDonalds established this fund to support their charitable giving.
This fund was established to support the family's charitable interests in Tiffin and Seneca County.
It was the Ray's hope that this fund will provide support for education and nonprofit organizations in Hancock or Van Wert Counties, Larry and Cara's lifetime homes, with particular emphasis on youth entering a career in agriculture.
This donor-advised fund was established by Leah to give back to the community that has been so good to her family.
This fund was established by the Liberty-Benton Athletic Boosters to support Liberty-Benton High School athletic teams.
Mariann was particularly interested in organizations dealing with children and the public good, having taught school and been a tutor for Findlay City Schools.
The Mary Martha Class of Christ Lutheran Church in Carey, Ohio established this fund to support the religious, charitable, scientific, literary, and educational needs of Carey, Ohio, Crawford Township, Ridge Township, and the surrounding community.
This fund was established to support the Lenhart family's charitable giving.
Made possible by an estate gift from Dr. Marion V. Arbogast, the Club established two funds. The McComb Rotary Club Fund is a Donor Advised Fund of the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation. The McComb Rotary Club/Marion Arbogast Scholarship Fund will benefit a graduating senior from McComb High School.
Jeff and Tracy McMath established this donor-advised fund to teach their children about the joy of giving.
This fund was established to support the Baders' charitable giving.
The Reeds see the struggles of those with mental illness as significant issues for the community, and relish the opportunity to assist organizations that provide treatment, outreach, and family support.
This fund was created to support the family’s charitable interests. A local attorney, Ralph served on the Community Foundation Board of Trustees for 18 years and served as Chairman from 2010-2012.
Julie and Jim Robertson created this fund to honor their family, to provide an example of benevolence to their children and grandchildren, and to return something to this community which has blessed them in so many ways.
The goal of this fund is to make a substantial and lasting contribution to the local community through the support of worthy causes and projects as determined by the Findlay Rotary Foundation.
This donor-advised fund was established by Roy and Marcia Armes to give back to the community in a meaningful way. They hope to make a positive difference in the quality of life in Hancock County through their philanthropic efforts. Grants from this fund will focus primarily on health and education.
This fund, established in memory of Sara and Pat by their family, supports the band, cheerleading, and extra-curricular programs at Arlington Local Schools.
This fund was established by Marathon Petroleum Corporation in the days following the February 23, 2012 Argyle Apartment fire in downtown Findlay. This fund will evaluate the need and provide support for projects to ensure that such housing is available in the future
The Malaney Family established this fund to support their family's charitable giving.
This fund was established to support the Morman family's charitable giving.
Dick and Mary Ellen created an estate plan to support organizations doing critical work in our community. The Myers' estate created seven endowment funds. Five funds are designated funds for various nonprofits.
The Seman Family established this donor advised fund to support their family's charitable giving.
This fund was established to support the Winkeljohn family's charitable giving.
The Donnell Donor Advised Fund was the first fund of its kind established at TCF.
This fund was established by the Aydts to support their charitable giving.
This fund was established by the Allens to support their charitable giving.
This fund was established in memory of Zach by his family to support youth leadership opportunities in Hancock County, in particular the ECLIPSe program.
Natalie Zuberbuhler Osmun created the Zuberbuhler Family Fund, a donor advised fund at The Community Foundation to allow her to give in the name of her family to funds of her choice.