11/19/2015 – 10:42 am
The United Way of Hancock County announced today that it has awarded several local nonprofit organizations grants as a part of it’s Halt Hunger Initiative. The program helps people who have been diagnosed with cancer with unexpected expenses in the home and to help nutrition aid in their recovery.
Cancer Patient Services will receive $22,000 for its nutritional supplement program, Christian Clearing House will receive $50,000 for its Caring Cupboard Program, Lutheran Social Services of Findlay will receive $5000 for their Emergency Food Pantry, The Hancock OSU Extension will receive $20,000 for continued support of the Extension Food and Nutrition Educator, The Salvation Army will receive $65,000 for its Emergency Food Pantry, and the West Ohio Food Bank will receive $70,000 for its food distribution program.
In total, the Hancock United Way granted $232,000 for the Halt Hunger Initiative.Read More →