Who We Support

American Red Cross

Margie Green, Interim Director
Ashland County Service Center
1763 S. R. 60, Ashland, OH 44805
(419) 289-3535
www.redcross.org

American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization led by volunteers, sending military family communications, providing relief to victims of disaster and helping people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies..

Appleseed Community Mental Health

Jerry Strausbaugh, Executive Director
2233 Rocky Lane, Ashland, OH 44805
(419) 281-3716
www.appleseedmentalhealth.com

Appleseed Community Mental Health provides comprehensive psychiatric, emergency, mental health counseling, case management, employee assistance, sexual assault, outpatient, residential, school and forensic services and programs for youth and adults through the Kettering-Samaritan Medical Center in Loudonville.

Ashland Christian Health Center

Bobbi Harpster
480 E. Fourth St., Ashland, OH 44805
(419) 903-0475
www.ashlandchristianhealthcenter.org

Ashland Christian Health Center exists to holistically care for and elevate the dignity of Ashland County residents who are underinsured. Local physicians, nurses and other volunteers donate more than 2,000 hours annually to provide medical are to our neighbors and others in need. MACF funding supports more than 100 individuals in the Mohican area, stocking its pharmacy shelves with short-term medications, antibotics and nebulizers.

Ashland County Cancer Association

Betsy Plank, Director
380 E. Fourth St., Ashland, OH 44805
(419) 281-1863
www.ashlandcancer.org

Ashland County Cancer Association provides Mohican area patients who have cancer with financial assistance for cancer medications, transportation, and other supplies and serves as a resource aiding patients and their families.

Boy Scouts of America, Heart of Ohio Council

Breck Dokken, District Director
P. O. Box 368, Ashland, OH 44805
(419) 207-8300
www.heartofohiocouncil.org

The mission of the Heart of Ohio Council is to prepare young people to make ethical decisions and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Funding support for the Boy Scouts underwrites camperships and enables volunteers in the Mohican area to aid more than 100 youth annually through Cub Scout Pack 551, Boy Scout Troop 537 and Explorer Post 3500 that promote positive behavior with the youth in Loudonville/Perrysville area.

Catholic Charities Diocese of Cleveland
– Community Services of Ashland County

Robert Hurdle, Director
1260 Center St., Ashland, OH 44805
(419) 289-1903
www.clevelandcatholiccharities.org

Catholic Charities provides services throughout Ashland County. These services include child assault prevention training to school-age children and their families. We also offer mental health assessment and treatment to children and families in our offices in Ashland and Loudonville. In addition, we offer a variety of skill building, support, and prevention services to residents of Ashland County from birth to older adults. MACF funding specifically supports the Child Assault Prevention Program in the Loudonville-Perrysville schools.

Community Help Mission

Diane Geiselman, Project Director
124 N. Market St., Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 685-4991
www.communityhelpmission.com

Community Help Mission provides financial and other assistance in emergency situations for residents who live in the Loudonville-Perrysville School District, as well as low-income members of local churches who reside outside the school district, with a referral from their pastors. The Mission is an outreach of the Loudonville-Perrysville Ministerial Association.

Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland

Paula Confalone, Service Unit Manager
35 Park St., N., Suite 217, Mansfield, OH 44902
Toll Free: (800) 433-1290
(419) 522-0391
www.gsooh.org

The Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland provides an organizational base to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make their community and their world a better place to live. MACF funding supports 93 Girl Scouts, plus troop leaders and other volunteers, hosted a “power-up” anti-bullying program serving 44 girls, provided first aid and CPR training for eight volunteers, sponsored a father-daughter event with 57 girls in attendance, and held an ice cream social for community members.

Helping Hands

Gene Heller
P. O. Box 274, Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 994-4280

Helping Hands is a community support group that supports financially-distressed residents of the Loudonville-Perrysville area exclusively, providing food items, medical, housing and other monetary assistance. Last year, more than 500 families, representing nearly 1,600 people, received groceries, gas, rent, utilities, medicine, shoes and boots to fight hunger and poverty.

Hospice of North Central Ohio

Linda Hickey, Director
1050 Dauch Dr., Ashland, OH 44805
Toll Free: (800) 952-2207
(419) 281-7107
www.myhnco.org

Hospice of North Central Ohio provides end-of-life services and grief support to Ashland, Richland, Crawford and Huron counties. A comprehensive team of medical directors, nurses, social workers, home health aides, volunteers and other professionals care for patients and their families. Services are provided in the home, nursing home, or assisted living facility. Hospice of North Central Ohio services are covered by Medicare Part A, Medicaid and most medical insurances, however, no one is turned away due to inability to pay. Grief services are offered at no cost thanks to generous contributions.

Loudonville Swim Team

Toni Swindall
2953 Township Rd. 659, Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 994-2123

The Loudonville Swim Team is a summer program that fosters skillful aquatic ability and sportsmanship in youth. Annually, more than 75 swimmers participate and in excess of 65 families are involved in volunteer and support activities for this program.

Loudonville Youth Inc.

Joe Hedrich, President
P. O. Box 36, Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 651-2513

Loudonville Youth Inc. serves our community with youth softball and baseball programs and maintains facilities the entire community can enjoy. This year, MACF funded a new sidewall and retaining wall, new batting helmets and catchers’ equipment, repairs and improvements to bleachers for safety.

Loudonville Youth Soccer Association

Beth Ring, President
2953 Township Rd. 659, Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 994-2123

Loudonville Youth Soccer Association sponsors a two-season youth soccer schedule involving over 200 participants. In 2013, MACF funding replaced two soccer goals for the Wally Road Field.

Loudonville/Perrysville Academic Boosters

Roy Templeman
557 Snyder Dr., Loudonville, OH 44842
330-464-5478

The L-P Academic Boosters provide financial support, awards and scholarships for programs and activities at Loudonville High School to encourage excellence in academic achievements when school budget funding is insufficient or unavailable. MACF funding also provides an annual scholarship awarded at the high school’s annual Academic Excellence Awards Program.

Loudonville/Perrysville Alumni Association

Sue Banks, President
P. O. Box 12, Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 994-4989
www.lpalumni.com

The mission of the L-P Alumni Association is to support Loudonville-Perrysville schools and graduates, and provide an avenue for communication throughout the generations that connect them to our communities. This year’s funding will be applied towards the creation of a bronze statue honoring Loudonville native son Charles F. Kettering.

Loudonville/Perrysville Music Boosters

Cathy Lance
402 Wales Dr., Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 994-1135

The L-P Music Boosters provide financial support to the Music Department of Loudonville High School for the purchase of musical instruments, music stands and uniforms for band and choir members. Last year, MACF funding enabled the purchase of four new “sound shell” panels, portable sound system, music contests and other equipment.

Loudonville Public Library

Michael Thornton, Director
122 E. Main St., Loudonville, OH 44842
419-994-5531
www.loudonvillelibrary.org/Kids/EarlyLiteracyPlaySpace.aspx

The purpose of the Loudonville Public Library is to select, make available and maintain resources, in a variety of formats, meeting the educational, informational, and recreational needs of our community.  The importance of early learning and early literacy skills is difficult to overstate.  The first few years of a child’s life are critical for their long-term development and success in later learning.  MACF funding supports the Library’s Early Literacy Play Space, a place where this sort of learning is encouraged and celebrated.

Meals on Wheels

Pamela Swain
423 N. Mt. Vernon Ave., Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 994-4512

Meals on Wheels provides hot, wholesome meals to 25 home-bound individuals in the Loudonville-Perrysville area. Over a 12-month period, more than 5,425 meals – an average of 452 per month – are delivered by volunteers from six area churches. MACF funding underwrites the purchase of Styrofoam containers, office supplies, plus provides meals to those who cannot afford them.

Mohican Historical Society
Loudonville Bicentennial Celebration

Kenny Libben, Curator
203 E. Main St., Loudonville, OH 44842
419-994-4050
www.facebook.com/pages/Mohican-Historical-Society-Museum

Founded in 1991, the Mohican Historical Society is dedicated to promoting and preserving the rich history of the Greater Mohican area through the operation of the Cleo Redd Fisher Museum and other educational programs.  MACF funding will support efforts to develop a comprehensive, community-wide celebration of Loudonville’s upcoming Bicentennial in August 2014.  


Mohican School in the Out-of-Doors

Tim Daniel, Executive Director
5370 Bunkerhill North Rd., Butler, OH 44822
(419) 938-6671
www.mohicanoutdoorschool.org

Mohican School provides unique and distinctive environmental educational opportunities for students and their teachers from throughout Ohio, including “outreach” programs, day trip offerings, summer day camps and teacher workshops. MACF funding will support a matching gift program to underwrite a scholarship fund for students who wish to attend a summer resident or day camp program, but are unable to afford the registration fee.


Perrysville Youth Association

Mike Steer
P. O. Box 64, Perrysville, OH 44864
419-989-2869

The Perrysville Youth Association coordinates boys’ baseball and girls’ softball teams in the Perrysville community, promoting exercise, sportsmanship and healthy living for our youth.

Pump House Ministries

Rev. Bruce Wilkinson, President
400 Orange St., Ashland, OH 44805
419-207-3900
www.pumphouseministries.com

The Pump House Ministries is a nonprofit organization that strives to “show God’s love in practical ways,” through various businesses and ministries such as The Homestead Men’s Shelter, Pump House Food Pantry, Pump House Grille Family Restaurant and Caterer, The Carpenter’s Shop Christian Book and Gift Store, Revival’s 2 Thrift Store, and many other establishments.  MACF funding primarily supports The Homestead Men’s Shelter, benefiting men from southern Ashland County.

Safe Haven

Cynthia Hudnut, Coordinator
c/o Appleseed Community Mental Health
2233 Rocky Lane, Ashland, OH 44805
(419) 281-3716
www.appleseedmentalhealth.com/safe-haven

The Rape Crisis Domestic Violence Safe Haven program provides the 24-hour county-wide support-line providing free of charge support and advocacy those who have experienced sexual, physical, verbal, emotional or other forms of interpersonal violence and education and prevention awareness programs regarding sexual assault, interpersonal violence and relationships issues to students and the community at-large. Safe Haven provides preventive education to Loudonville-Perrysville students and the Mohican community at-large.

Salvation Army, Loudonville Service Unit
(Re-Opening Spring 2014)

Thomas Chmura, Regional Field Representative
c/o Community Help Mission
124 N. Market St., Loudonville, OH 44842
(216) 625-7471 (until Spring 2014)
www.salvationarmy.org

The Salvation Army, Loudonville Service Unit is a volunteer-driven, community-minded emergency assistance provider that is a significant part of The Salvation Army, an international organization, a part of the universal Christian Church. It’s message is based on the Bible; it’s ministry is motivated by the love of God; and it’s mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human need in His name without discrimination.

Wolf Creek/Pine Run Grist Mill

Mark Smith
3190 S.R. 3, Loudonville, OH 44842
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 295, Norwalk, OH 44857
(419) 541-0161
www.wolfcreekmill.org

The Friends of Wolf Creek/Pine Run Grist Mill consists of several visionaries who provide oversight for the growth of this local living history museum, including the historic grist mill, Farmstead group of cabins, corn crib and new saw mill, which reflect life as it was in the early 1800s.

MACF Celebrity Waiter Dinner

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