Cancer Patient Services – $3,000
Cancer Patient Services was awarded a $3,000 grant to support the Campus Companions project.
Family Resource Center – $8,000
Family Resource Center received a grant of $8,000 to support the Adolescent Suicide Prevention program.
Hancock County Center for Safe & Healthy Children – $26,716
Hancock County Center for Safe & Healthy Children received a grant of $26,716 to assist in continuing the program through 2013.
Caughman Health Center – $21,499
Caughman Health Center was awarded a $21,499 grant to support a Pharmacist salary for medical reconciliation program.
Century Health, Inc. – $21,715
Century Health received a grant of $21,715 to support the Overcoming Barriers to Addiction Program.
Findlay Hope House for the Homeless – $25,000
Findlay Hope House Findlay Hope House was awarded a $25,000 grant to partially fund the Bridges Out of Poverty program and the coordinator’s salary and benefits.
Findlay YMCA – $15,713
The Findlay YMCA received a grant of $15,713 to provide support for the 2010 summer employment of lifeguards for Riverside Park pool.
Caughman Health Center – $11,142
Caughman Health Center received a grant of $11,142 to partially support a health educator social worker to coordinate education and programming for low income pregnant women.
Hancock Christian Clearing House – $25,000
Hancock Christian Clearing House received a grant of $25,000 to support classes, supplies, training and wages for the “Partners in Progress” program.
Open Arms Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services – $15,600
Open Arms Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services received a grant of $15,600 to support a Program Assistant for Harmony House.
Camp Fire of Northwest Ohio – $3,400
Camp Fire of Northwest Ohio received an HTH grant of $3,400 to support their Summer of Science (SOS) day camp program.
Habitat for Humanity – $26,858
Habitat for Humanity of Findlay/Hancock County received $26,858 from HTH to partially fund the construction of a new home for a single mother and her son.
Hancock Center for Safe and Healthy Children – $23,742
Hancock County Center for Safe and Healthy Children, a local child advocacy center, received a grant of $23,742 to purchase video and audio recording equipment for two interview rooms.
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