You may contribute any amount to either our operating fund or an existing fund. Click on the Donate link above to pay by credit card or Pay Pal. Donations will be added to our operating fund unless you identify a specific fund in the "Write a Note" section of the donation form. Donations to our operating fund support the day to day operations of the Foundation.
DONATE by CHECK
If you prefer to send a check, download the GIVING FORM at the link above and mail it with your check.
START A FUND with the FOUNDATION
Donors may also like to consider starting a fund with the Foundation. We would not be able to provide community grants and scholarships to students without our donors who have established over 85 funds with the Foundation. Donors may establish a named fund with a gift of $10,000 or more or a named scholarship fund with a gift of $25,000 or more. Scholarships and grants are awarded from these funds each year.
There are numerous ways, during your lifetime or through a planned gift, to make establish a fund with the Foundation. Here are a few:
Would you like to learn more about how you can start a fund with the Foundation? Please contact us to set up an appointment to discuss your goals and options.
The Ottawa County Community Foundation is an affiliate of the Toledo Community Foundation. This partnership provides many benefits to assist our small community foundation to build assets and make grants. Through the stability, structure and oversight of the Toledo Community Foundation, we recognize significant cost savings on administrative and investment services.
Want an easy way to support the work of the Foundation? AmazonSmile & Kroger will donate a portion of your purchase to the Ottawa County Community Foundation.
Click on either image belowto designate OCCF as your charity of choice.
Thank you for your support!
306 Madison St. P.O. Box 36
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
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"To serve as a mechanism for charitable giving and enrich the community by assessing and supporting local needs."