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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic many local nonprofit organizations were forced to cancel their annual fundraising events. The organizations rely heavily on these events to support their cause and budget. While some were fortunate to be able to move to a virtual experience, many could not. Our nonprofit organizations are also struggling due to an overall decrease in giving. With the directory we’ve compiled below, you can find ways to donate to local nonprofits that need it the most during this uncertain time.

Youth for Christ of Northwest Ohio

Christian Organization for Young At-Risk People
Phone: (419) 422-7452 Website: http://www.yfcnwoh.org/

Biographical Info

Youth for Christ has been in the community since 1958.

Campus Life – Middle School and High School:
The Campus Life ministry combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help young people make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools. Like every ministry of YFC, Campus Life seeks to engage these young people wherever they are found as lifelong followers of Jesus Christ.

City Life – Findlay MS & HS:
City Life in Findlay provides alternatives of hope to at-risk youth through caring relationships and developmental opportunities for the whole person (mental, social, physical, and spiritual) from ages 11 until their 19th birthday.

City Life – Rally Point Youth Center – Lima, OH:
Rally Point Youth Center helps teenagers in the Lima Community who have little positive guidance, poor self-esteem, and no ambitions. We reach out to them with an afterschool tutoring program, small group bible studies, and fun/learning in large group settings. We also provide transportation, meals, and snacks. Rally Point targets middle school and high school students between grades 6-12 (ages 12 until their 19th birthday).

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Updated 4 months ago.