2024 Funded Programs

Partner Agency E-C Impact Login

United Way of Hancock County is proud to partner with 15 local agencies delivering 19 programs that provide vital and basic needs for 1 in 4 people in our community.

Our partner agencies deliver services in the priority areas of Championing Children's Success, Fighting Hunger, Promoting Safety and Health, Supporting Safe Housing and Fostering Financial Stability.

Boy Scouts


Boy Scouts of America, Black Swamp Council serves disadvantaged children in Hancock County through programs that promote positive youth development with a lasting impact into young adulthood and beyond.

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CASA/GAL of Hancock County's advocacy program recruits, trains and supports volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates as they represent children who are navigating the local court system.

Center for Safe and Healthy Children


The Center for Safe and Healthy Children's forensic interview and examination program provides a safe and caring place utilized by professionals who investigate child abuse allegations and guide these children and their families through the legal and healing process in the least traumatic way possible.

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Challenged Champions Equestrian Center offers a therapeutic riding program supporting residents of Hancock County with special needs, from early childhood to adulthood, and veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder through horseback riding and other equine-related activities that promote physical, emotional and mental developments.

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Children's Mentoring Connection recruits and screens adult and high school volunteers to serve as mentors to children. Mentoring services are provided through traditional one-on-one, couple and family mentoring, as well as community and school-based mentoring programs.

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Girl Scouts of Western Ohio assists girls in need who want to participate in Girl Scouts, but do not have the financial resources to do so.

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Open Arms Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Services offers Adult and Child Services, as well as a Violence Recovery Project program.

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Salvation Army provides summer enrichment programs for kids that incorporate educational, spiritual and emotional lessons.

Christian Clearing House

Hancock Christian Clearing House's Caring Cupboard program provides food vouchers four times a year for those in need and who qualify for the help.

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Salvation Army operates an emergency food pantry and regularly serves hot meals to community members.

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West Ohio Food Bank distributes food throughout Hancock County via mobile food pantries and local food banks.

Findlay YMCA


Findlay Family YMCA manages the Feed-A-Child program, which provides regular weekend backpack meals for students throughout Hancock County and operates the summer lunch program.

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American Red Cross helps in the face of local disasters and provides avenues for shelter, food and comfort following a fire, flood, tornado or other emergency.

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Cancer Patient Services provides financial assistance and other resources for cancer patients living or working in Hancock County.

Open Arms


Open Arms Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Services offers Adult and Child Services, as well as a Violence Recovery Project program.

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Hope House provides services to people who are homeless or who are facing homelessness. 

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Community Action Commission's HATS (Hancock Area Transportation Services) program provides free and low-cost rides to employment, medical appointments and more.