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.
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Bridges Self-Management Limited is now officially launched as a social enterprise. The organization used to be a program that empowers and rehabilitates stroke survivors.