The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation is a tax exempt, not-for-profit, autonomous, publicly supported, philanthropic institution. It is organized and operated as a permanent collection of endowment funds for the long-term benefit of the Hancock County area.
The Community Foundation is a vehicle to enhance the quality of life in Hancock County by using a variety of funds entrusted to its stewardship by people, corporations, and organizations of various means to address community problems and opportunities.
The Community Foundation has a broad grant program available to all charitable organizations in Hancock County and serves all portions of the local population.
A donation will cover $250,000 of the cost, from a fund managed by the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation. The park district will fund the remainder. Work is scheduled to begin May 21 and be...more
By SARA ARTHURS. Staff Writer. A keen intellect. A generous heart. Also, a sharp tongue. These are among the attributes friends recalled in describing Findlay poet and photographer Marianna Hofer. A...more
Findlay City Schools will continue rolling out Chromebooks to students in grades three, six and nine each year until all students have devices. Chromebooks are also available to school board members....more
After the meal, the summit will commence, led by John Livingston. A Heart and Soul grant of $140,850 was awarded to Mount Blanchard in March 2017 by the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation,...more
Vice Chairman Scott Younger abstained because $250,000 of the project will be funded with a donation from the Mariann Dana Younger Donor Advised Fund managed by the Findlay-Hancock County Community...more
Park board members Gary Hirschfeld and Ed Ingold voted to seek the bids, while Scott Younger abstained because the project will be funded with a donation from the Mariann Dana Younger Donor Advised...more