Nonprofits Recognized for Service

. January 4, 2019.
(L-R) Scott Estes (Chairman of the Board of Toledo Community Foundation), Anna Toney (Leadership Toledo), Dave Wehrmeister (Boys & Girls Clubs of Toledo), and Tracee Perryman (Center of Hope Family Services).

The 8th annual Northwest Ohio Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence Awards were given to three local organizations for their service. Each organization received a $5,000 grant from the Toledo Community Foundation and $500 from The Andersons. Center of Hope Family Services received the Innovation Award for continual efforts to improve life in urban areas; the Small Agency Excellence Award went to Leadership Toledo for cultivating community leaders; and Boys and Girls Clubs of Toledo received the Large Agency Excellence Award by helping young people excel.

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