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Community Involvement

The volunteer spirit is alive and well in Findlay and Hancock County. No matter if your passion is to make the world a better place, help your fellow man or give back any way you can, there are many opportunities right here in our own backyard.

Many of our local churches sponsor mission trips, serve community dinners and provide programs that help those who are not able to provide for themselves. If carpentry is your specialty, you may want to become involved in building a Habitat for Humanity house or volunteer at 50 North to help seniors who are in need. The United Way of Hancock County sponsors days of caring, where groups of people from our community work together to complete projects for businesses and individuals who are either short on time, manpower or skill.

Hancock County is home to a variety of service organizations that support causes right here in our own community and communities across the country and overseas. Altrusa, Zonta, Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions club and many more offer opportunities to get involved and make a difference.

If you are enthusiastic about working with children, we offer opportunities to be a mentor through Children’s Mentoring Connection, or assist with childcare in a variety of capacities. The arts are alive and well in our community and The Arts Partnership and the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help at their various events and performances.

Members of our communities are involved in organizations like Focus on Friends, the American Red Cross, Findlay Family YMCA, Salvation Army, Open Arms Domestic Violence Shelter, Hope House Housing Services, NAMI Hancock County, and City Mission of Findlay. They serve a variety of roles, and volunteers with all skill sets are always needed.

The Hancock County Opiate Task Force developed community guidelines that were adopted by city and county government leaders. They show how we can work together to find solutions to the opiate epidemic, offer ways to fight the stigma of substance abuse and ensure that everyone who struggles with a substance use disorder is valued at all levels in our community.

We are proud of our commitment to helping those in need and making our community a better place for everyone.

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