Learn more about our current local partner agencies, local initiative funding, programs and grants.
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.
Cancer Patient Services' Patient Direct Services program provides medical supplies, nutritional supplements, emotional support, education and healing arts programs to cancer patients who live or work in Hancock County.
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.
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.
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.
Findlay Hope House for the Homeless' Independence Project moves homeless families into permanent, affordable housing and out of poverty; and its Hope House Shelter provides transitional housing to women and women with children.
Hancock Area Transportation Services offers free and low-cost curb-to-curb service to anyone in the area who needs transportation assistance. HATS users are transported anywhere, from a place of employment to the grocery store or to a medical appointment.
United Way of Hancock County and The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation are partnering to fund a scholarship project for children to attend pre-kindergarten. Pre-Kindergarten programs from Findlay City Schools and the Hancock County Educational Services Center improve school readiness for children who would otherwise be unable to attend preschool.
The Findlay-Hancock County Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) at the University of Findlay is designed to bring individuals together to generate dialogue and create social initiatives that shape the lives of individuals and our community’s future. The CCE is the vital entity in our community to provide coordinated links to resources and content experts that with translate theories and concepts into "catalytic projects that will move the needle" on local challenges. The CCE serves dual functions: one is to be the backbone support for a communitywide collective impact/continuous improvement process, and the other is to enable university employees and students the opportunity to learn from, engage with, and creatively support our community in addressing complex social issues.