Archived Funding Granted

Funding Received

Thanks to the generosity of members who participate in Operation Round Up®, much good has been done in the community through the funds awarded from The People Fund. Below is a list of some awards granted from 2003 to 2006.

2012

  • $2,000— Morrow County Historical Society
  • $800 — member in need for a refridgerator
  • $1,968 — Buckeye Valley food pantry
  • $980 — Common Ground Minstry
  • $5,000 —Cardington Youth Baseball League
  • $5,000 —Delaware County Cultural Arts
  • $868 — individual in need for a water heater and flooring
  • $4,507 —member in need for a furnace
  • $5,000 — Freedoms Playground
  • $1,800 — Morrow County Childcare Center
  • $570 — member in need for a hitch and lift
  • $5,000 — Flying Horse Farms
  • $1,000 —Cub Scout Pak #318
  • $5,000 — Family Promise
  • $5,500 — member in need for a new roof
  • $1,219 — American Red Cross
  • $1,500 — Harlem Road Christian Preschool
  • $2,239 — member in need for a lift and hitch
  • $3,400 — Morrow County Independent Living Services
  • $650 — member in need for a water heater

 

2009

  • $1,000 — Morrow County Litter Advisory Board
  • $1,600— Morrow County Transportation Collaborative
  • $1,500— Heartland Conference Retreat Center
  • $800— Cub Scout Pack 94
  • $2,677— Fort Morrow Consolidated Fire District
  • $2,000 — Marengo United Methodist Church
  • $ 683 — Mobile home skirting for a community member
  • $3,100 — Morrow County Emergency Management
  • $3,700 — Morrow County Childcare Center
  • $3,500 — Ecumencial Youth Council
  • $835 — Refrigerator for a community member
  • $3,000 — Sunbury Community Library
  • $3,000 — Selover Library
  • $5,000 — Marion Shelter Program
  • $5,000 — Liberty Community Center
  • $5,000 — Literacy Coalition of Delaware County
  • $4,189 — I CAN Center of Excellence
  • $3,300 — Morrow County Chamber of Commerce
  • $1,149 — Morrow County Junior Fair
  • $1,000 — Morrow County Humane Society
  • $1,892 — Andrews House
  • $3,000 — Community Action of Delaware County
  • $5,000 —Delaware Habitat for Humanity
  • $2,000 — Generator for a community member
  • $6,668 — Morrow County Development
  • $2,835 — Furnace for a community member
  • $3,000 — Cardington Lincoln Public Library

2008

  • $4250 — Morrow County Independant Living Services
  • $2370 — Helpline of Delaware and Morrow County
  • $5000 — Delaware General Health District
  • $4600 — Community Library
  • $2500 — Funeral expenses for community member
  • $2550 — Delaware Creative Housing, Inc.
  • $5000 — American Red Cross of Delaware County
  • $3150 — Home deposit and miscellaneous expenses for
    community member
  • $2500 — Grady Memorial Hospital
  • $3081 — New furnace for community member
  • $5600 — Fire damage expenses for community member
  • $ 264 — Mt. Gilead Youth Football
  • $3000 — Delaware Community District Library
  • $2800 — Peru Township
  • $ 250 — 21st Century Kids
  • $1000 — American Red Cross
  • $3700 — Heart of Ohio Pet Exchange, Inc.
  • $5000 — Delaware Speech and Hearing Center
  • $5000 — Big Walnut Historical Society
  • $5730 — Common Ground Free Store
  • $5000 — Edison Enterprise Baptist Community Food Pantry
  • $7500 — Gilead Friends Church
  • $7000 — Wheelchair lift for community member
  • $1500 — Autism treatment for community member
  • $3000 — Village of Cardington
  • $4060 — Hospice of Morrow County
  • $1282 — Andrews House, Inc.
  • $1494 — Replacement windows for a community member
  • $1800 — New furnace for a community member

2007

  • $3000 — Iberia Volunteer Fire Department
  • $670 — Northmor Local School District
  • $2500 — Senior Citizens, Inc. of Delaware County
  • $1000 — Ashley Baseball/Softball Association
  • $10000 — Morrow County Joint Veterans Council
  • $2800 — To a member to purchase a new furnace.
  • $5000 — Mt. Gilead Village Schools
  • $1998 — American Red Cross Morrow County Chapter
  • $1895 — Alpha Group of Delaware, Inc
  • $3862 — Delaware Area Career Center
  • $3617 — Mount Gilead Life Skills Class
  • $3000 — Special Olympics of Delaware County.
  • $3160 — Big Walnut Youth Association
  • $463 — Boy Scout Troop #61
  • $3500 — Fort Morrow Consolidated Fire District
  • $2300 — Grady Memorial Hospital/Hope Center
  • $3000 — Helpline of Delaware & Morrow Co.
  • $5000 — Fredericktown Local Schools/ Fredericktown Park & Recreation
  • $1500 — Morrow County Agricultural Society
  • $6719 — Grady Memorial HospitalFourth Quarter
  • $3600 — Central Ohio Joint Fire District
  • $170 — Morrow County Board of MR/DD
  • $4718 — Recovery & Prevention of Delaware/Morrow Counties
  • $5000 — Literacy Coalition of Delaware County
  • $750 — Boy Scout Troop #30
  • $500 — Morrow County Health Department
  • $317 — To an individual to purchase a water pump.
  • $942 — To a member to upgrade shed and skirting for a trailer to meet park standards.
  • $5000 — Morrow County YMCA
  • $2500 — To an individual to help remove lead based paint in home.
  • $500 — To a member to replace a fuel tank.
  • $1495 — To a member to replace a furnace.

2006

  • $500 to the Northmor Local School District to send ten students from Johnsville Elementary School’s MH Unit to therapy classes at Raemelton Therapeutic Equestrian Center.
  • $5,000 to The Council for Older Adults- Funding will be used to support the critical service of home delivered meals.
  • $5,000 to the Fredericktown Joint Emergency Ambulance District to help fund a generator receptacle for the emergency shelter.
  • $1400 Whetstone Industries- funds will be utilized to purchase a shed and two portable container for newspaper drop off sites for individuals who do not have recycling service.
  • $2500 Ohio Chautauqua in Delaware- Funds are to assist in the marketing of The Ohio Chautauqua.
  • $90 to the Hartford Volunteer Fire Department- The funds will be used to assist the fire department in distributing “File of Life” cards to the residents that they serve.
  • $5,000 to the Morrow County Health Coalition- Funding will be used to purchase t-shirts and pedometers for over 500 participants at the kick-off event of the Morrow in Motion Campaign.
  • $5,000 to the Common Ground Free Store Ministries- Funds will be used for initial start-up costs for the renovation and preparation of the Common Ground Free Store.
  • $5000 to I CAN Go To College- Funds will be used for regional expansion in Delaware and Morrow Counties, and to purchase books, notebooks, inserts, brochures, and access center supplies.
  • $5,000 to The Literacy Coalition ofDelaware County for the“Lunch Buddies” program at BuckeyeValley Elementary School.
  • $2,500 to Delaware CreativeHousing, Inc.for the purchase of a landscapetrailer.
  • $3,700 to the FredericktownCommunity Library to purchase computers, printers, and a digital camera for their expansion oftheir community computer lab.

2005

  • $661 to Grady Memorial Hospital for bleachers for Kids Safety Scene at the Delaware Joint Vocational School.
  • $1,100 to Buckeye Valley School District for AED cabinets for each of the five school buildings.
  • $1,500 to Andrews House for a tape media backup and five tapes to backup computer files.
  • $3,000 to an individual for repairs to a mobile home providing the structure can be repaired.
  • $1,750 to Recovery and Prevention Resources of Delaware/Morrow County for 25 Freedom from Smoking kits and 25 Nicotine Replacement vouchers.
  • $4,797 to Delaware Speech and Hearing for equipment (computer, software, swing and more) for the Exceptional Children’s Autism Scholarship program.
  • $4,850 to Morrow County Historical Society for the installation of a handicap-accessible ramp and porch entrance.
  • $4,018 to the Ohio Retreat Center to replace water heaters and a waterline.
  • $4,500 to Selover Public Library to fund wireless access point, projector and notebook computer.
  • $140 to Morrow County MRDD for two glucometer units and test strips.
  • $2,500 to Morrow County Agricultural Society to purchase paint for three buildings on the fairgrounds.
  • $2,265 to the Village of Edison to fund the purchase of an emergency siren controller.
  • $3,750 to the Community Library of Sunbury for five laptop computers to provide computer training to patrons in the library’s classroom.
  • $3,160 to the Humane Society of Morrow County for 10 kennels and 10 portable crates for the Society’s animal shelter.
  • $1,332 to the Northmor Local School District for 360 bicycle helmets used in conjunction with a bicycle safety program.
  • $900 to the Prairie Nature Center at the Ohio State University in Marion to replace picnic tables that were destroyed by arson.
  • $705 to Morrow County Community Action for a freezer and shelving units for the food pantry.
  • $5,000 to the Delaware General Health District helped provide for a mascot to promote a new program on food safety and education.
  • $1,026 to Girl Scout Troop 1991 for funds to help promote their “Health Awareness Fair”.
  • $4,000 to Gilead Christian School for their resource program supplies.
  • $4,000 to the Clothes Closet to purchase clothes, racks, hangers, shelves, storage bins, computer, and lumber to build dressing rooms.
  • $2,500 to The Arts Castle to replace a skylight and refinish a damaged ballroom floor.
  • $1,000 to The Arc of Morrow County for the Walk-n-Roll-athon.
  • $2,500 to the Johnsville Fire Department for the insulation of a metal pole building.
  • $5,000 to Habitat for Humanity for the purchase of a new tool trailer.

2004

  • $5,000 to Marion Goodwill Industries to help provide vehicles for the Good Wheels program.
  • $3,000 to Recovery Alternative School to help defray some of the costs of transportation, lodging and food for students and staff to attend the Pride Youth Conference.
  • $5,000 to Delaware County Habitat for Humanity for signage, flyers, a computer and copier to start up Restore, a facility that sells reusable building materials.
  • $1,000 to The Ohio State University at Marion to market Chautauqua, an educational program, to residents of counties outside Marion County, including Delaware and Morrow Counties.
  • $500 to Buckeye Valley High School to help defray the cost of their annual Christmas luncheon and program for over 400 senior citizens in the community.
  • $5,000 to Delaware County Cultural Arts Center to help pay some of the costs to renovate the painting and drawing studio.
  • $1,125 to Bright Beginnings Preschool to purchase educational teaching resources and materials to start up the new preschool in the Marengo area.
  • $2,500 to help defray some of the cost of a used van with a wheelchair lift for a disabled individual who has multiple sclerosis.
  • $5,000 to the Delaware County American Red Cross to help expand the Basic Aid Training for first aid to 4th through 6th graders in the county.
  • $1,000 to Heritage Day Health Centers for construction of an interior (key padded) half gate at the day care center in Delaware to ensure the safety and security of clients.
  • $2,000 to Centerburg Baseball Softball Little League Association to help purchase and install lights at the Centerburg Memorial Park ball field.
  • $600 to Senior Services for Independent Living of Delaware County for memory journals for Senior Companion clients and home care clients to record events of their life for family members.
  • $600 for a computer for a grandson whom the grandparent home schools due to the child’s disabilities.
  • $2,825 to Sunbury/Big Walnut Chamber of Commerce to fund the purchase of a computer, software and website design in order to create a website for the Chamber.
  • $799 to Hartford Volunteer Fire Department for a multi-gas detector and $1,245 for a CPAP device to help those experiencing congestive heart failure, pulmonary edema or asthma.
  • $450 for 10 weeks of therapy for a three-year-old child who has spastic quad cerebral palsy.
  • $5,000 to the Disciple Shop to help defray badly needed renovations to this facility that helps clothe those in need.
  • $900 to Literacy Coalition of Delaware County to help purchase bookshelves for books currently stored in boxes
  • $4,480 to Delaware County Friends of the Trail to pay for fencing to help expand the multi-purpose trail going through Delaware County near Sunbury Ohio.

2003

  • $4,800 to Morrow County MRDD for two automatic electronic defibrillators and cabinets
  • $500 to an individual for a refrigerator and food
  • $3,000 to Fort Morrow Consolidated Fire District for an air cascade system
  • $4,000 to Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center to open an autism unit in Morrow County
  • $450 to an individual child for therapeutic equestrian riding lessons
  • $400 to an individual for a refrigerator
  • $4,350 to Delaware County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program for child advocate service
  • $1,750 to the Andrews House to help with network/software for their Computer Learning Center
  • $2,302 to Morrow County Health Department for two automatic electronic defibrillators
  • $4,000 to Centerburg Board of Education to help build a community wellness center
  • $4,000 to Delaware County American Red Cross for emergency vehicle
  • $1,000 for five children to attend Raemelton Therapeutic Equestrian Center
  • $4,000 for the Hartford County Jr. Fair building construction
  • $3,000 to Helpline for two computers for their Connections Volunteer Center
  • $3,500 to Mount Gilead Fire Department for thermal imaging camera
  • $1,120 to Marengo United Methodist Church for basketball hoops for family center
  • $497 to Morrow County Park District Board for park signage
  • $2,500 to Reach Out and Read Ohio for expansion of program to Morrow County