Zepf Center Awarded $40,000 Grant

. January 4, 2019.
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The Toledo Community Foundation’s Stranahan Supporting Organization has awarded a grant of $40,000 to the Zepf Center to aid in their work with homeless youth who have left their parents or guardians. The funds will support the Center’s efforts with fundamentals like shelter, food, clothing, and hygiene items. The Zepf Center also helps develop plans for leaving the shelter, finding placements, and helping individuals with emotional or behavioral challenges.

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