Two new funds have been established with the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation.
The Flag City Honor Flight Fund was created by Flag City Honor Flight’s board of directors. Nonprofit organizations can place agency endowments with the Community Foundation as a way to protect and grow funds for the organization’s future.
Established in 2010, Flag City Honor Flight’s mission is to honor veterans for their service and sacrifices by transporting them to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials dedicated in their honor.
Separately, a new Fund for the Common Good has been established through the estate of William R. Webb.
Webb was born in 1929 in Findlay, where he and his wife, Marjory, raised their two children. Webb died in September 2012 and his wife died in 2004.
He retired as an employee of Sears and he was also a funeral director and embalmer at Barnhart Funeral Home and Coldren Funeral Home. He was a member of the Korean War Veteran Association #172, St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church and the Fostoria Country Club and was a Boy Scout and Eagle Scout.
Funds for the Common Good are instrumental to the Community Foundation’s competitive grant program for nonprofit agencies and to its ability to respond to emerging needs in the community.
For more information about either of these funds, visit www.community-foundation.com or call 419-425-1100.
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