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Anna Van Gorder left this gift as part of her estate to provide for the “care, comfort, and pleasure of elderly persons of Hancock County."
This fund was established by Josephine Wilson to support the educational needs of our community.
This fund will support the youth of Hancock County by creating brighter tomorrows.
This fund was established through Cheryl's estate to support groups in the community which beautify green spaces (such as garden clubs and hanging baskets).
Chris and Mary Beth Hammond created this fund to support community service efforts in Hancock County.
This fund will be used for response and recovery efforts during community emergencies.
This fund was established to support the local housing coalition and/or group of housing stakeholders to co-create system level strategies and implementation for local housing, specifically safe and affordable housing for all Hancock County residents.
This fund was established through a collaborative effort of local mental health agencies to support programs and operations of nonprofit agencies providing services to improve emotional and mental health, including substance abuse prevention and services, to residents of Findlay and Hancock County.
This fund was established to support the local transportation coalition and/or group of transportation stakeholders to co-create systems level strategies and implementation for matters of local transportation, broadly defined as: bike paths, walking paths, public motorized transportation systems and more.
This fund was established to support the local workforce development coalition and/or group of workforce development stakeholders to co-create systems level strategies and implementation for matters of local workforce development.
This fund, in memory of Esther Buckingham, is a field of interest fund for mental health in Hancock County.
The Findlay Publishing Company established this fund to support structured educational programs that benefit the community.
Natives of Hancock County and graduates of Van Buren High School, Bud and Valerie Poole established this fund to support educational needs of the community.
The Hancock Education Fund represents a community partnership between the Findlay Rotary Club, Findlay Rotary Club Golden Apple Teachers, and The Community Foundation. The purpose of the fund is to promote classroom learning by providing Hancock County teachers with resources that encourage learning.
The goal of HancockREADS, an initiative of The Community Foundation, is to stamp out illiteracy by developing a county-wide literacy philosophy and implementing literacy programs.
This fund is used to hold Handbags That Help memberships for annual grantmaking.
Isabelle Pratt was a longtime educator in the Findlay City Schools system and a lifelong learner. Her legacy of education inspired her family to create this Field of Interest fund in her memory.
Mary Masters Hollington established this fund in the name of her son, Bill Hollington, to support programs for diabetic children residing in Hancock County.
Jeffrey and Ginger Jones created this fund to support programs and operations of nonprofit agencies providing services to improve emotional and mental health, including substance abuse prevention and services in Hancock County.
This fund will support programs and make resources available to individuals or families in Hancock County experiencing homelessness or food insecurity.
Jim and Mary Jane left this gift in their estate to continue their lifetime passion for providing assistance to low-income families in Hancock County.
This fund was established by the Livingstons to benefit FFA organizations located in Hancock County, Ohio.
To celebrate the new millenium, John and Jane Barbieri established this fund to support educational projects and programs in our community.
This field of interest fund was established by David and Amy Lai in honor and memory of David’s parents, Lai Wei-zwei, 賴威銳 and Lai Hong Tsu-mei, 賴洪春梅, with a gift of real estate. The purpose of this fund is to benefit people in Hancock County who are affected by mental illness.
This field of interest fund, established with a gift from the M. Margaret Foster estate, supports projects and programs of Hancock County agencies that address the issues of women and children who are in need or who may be homeless because of domestic separation or domestic violence.
This fund, established with a gift from the M. Margaret Foster estate, supports projects and programs that improve the quality of classroom education and stimulate student learning.
This fund, established with a gift from the M. Margaret Foster estate, supports health-related causes concerned with heart disease, cancer, lupus, and arthritis.
This fund was established by Markus K. Dunbar to improve and enhance the Village of Mount Blanchard and surrounding community.
This fund was established by The Community Foundation Board to improve the quality of life in the Greater McComb Region.
This fund was established by the Mt. Blanchard Heart & Soul team to improve the quality of life in the Village of Mt. Blanchard and/or Delaware Township.
National Lime & Stone Company established this fund to provide funding for educational programs in our community.
This fund will support veteran programs, projects and services in Hancock County.
This fund, established by Brad and Linda Koller, will support recreational programs for individuals with disabilities.
Dick and Lynn established this fund to support medical needs in the community.
This Field of Interest fund established through the estate of Mary Ellen Myers will benefit healthcare in the Hancock County community, specifically heart, cancer and diabetes.
This fund established by Diane Rau will promote awareness and educate the community on the effects of emotional and verbal abuse and provide programs, services and support to women ages 13 and older to overcome emotional and verbal abuse.
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.
Esther Orndorff established this fund to support educational programs in the Hancock County Schools with emphasis on the Hancock Education Fund.
This fund was established through a gift of farmland to the foundation. It will support the welfare of companion animals
This fund will support programs and make resources available to individuals or families in Hancock County who may be homeless or victims of domestic violence.
Martha Lape established this fund to support innovative initiatives inspired by teachers, staff, and administrators of Findlay City Schools.
This fund, established by William's four daughters, supports recreational activities for youth in Hancock County with a specific interest in hunting and fishing.