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There are 19 charities that will benefit from the 2022 Dana Open Presented by Marathon, check them out below! 

RMHC of Northwest Ohio offers families who travel to Toledo for their children’s medical care a warm, safe, clean and supportive environment. Families stay at the House free of charge, for as long as their child is receiving medical care. RMHC of NWO served 1,171 families last year through our overnight and day guest programs, some staying multiple times throughout the year. Over 200 regular volunteers donate their time each year to help us carry out our mission.

In 1995 the Jamie Farr Scholarship Fund created yet another way to support the youth of the Toledo region. Each year since its inception, Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan high school seniors have received scholarships toward their college education. The $3,000 scholarship is renewable for up to an additional three years. In order to renew the scholarship, the recipient must maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5 and have financial need. For more information about this scholarship, please call the Toledo Community Foundation at (419) 241-5049, or visit www.toledocf.org to learn more.

Two charities that are core recipients each year from the event’s proceeds are the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Jamie Farr Scholarship Fund administered by the Toledo Community Foundation.

Charity Ticket Program

After-School All-Stars Ohio (ASAS) provides comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and life. ASAS gives students a safe-haven during the “danger zone” hours of 3pm-6pm—the time of day when youth violence, drug use and other delinquent behaviors are most likely to occur. ASAS serves in Toledo Public Schools and at Lucas Metropolitan Housing.

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.  As the largest collector of blood in the nation, the Red Cross has embarked on a new campaign to triple the number of African American blood donors to better meet the needs of children and adults suffering from sickle cell disease.

Founded in 1983, Bittersweet Farms was the first farmstead program for individuals with autism in the United States. We serve adolescents with a cutting-edge Transition School, Summer Enrichment Program, and a Social Recreation Program, all of which focus on developing social and life skills in a supportive environment

In its 30th year, the DoubleARC Center for FASD is the only organization in Northwest Ohio which provides comprehensive services to children with prenatal alcohol exposure. DoubleARC offers diagnosis, counseling, parent support and training for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. The DoubleARC Center for FASD is part of the Northwest Ohio region of OhioGuidestone, which is a leader in behavioral health.

At the Western Golf Association/Evans Scholars Foundation, we change lives—on golf courses, in classrooms, and in communities. Our world-class amateur and professional golf events enable us to provide deserving caddies with transformational college educational experiences that go well beyond full tuition and housing scholarships. In doing so, we prepare young people to become leaders who give back so that others may follow.

Food For Thought is dedicated to creating a community where the hunger for food, respect, and belonging is met for EVERYONE. Nourishing the Toledo region in a thoughtful way since 2007. Offering a weekend lunch distribution targeting the homeless as well as ten mobile food pantry locations are the main ways Food for Thought addresses the issue of food insecurity in our community.

The Gliding Stars organization provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to increase their personal potential through development of ice skating skills in a regular program of instruction and practice in their own local community, culminating in the demonstration of those skills publicly in an end-of-season on-ice choreographed performance, which itself serves as a source of motivation, teamwork, increased self-esteem and the “magic” that results from transcending one’s barriers in order to accomplish one’s dreams.

Imagine for Youth was founded by Fostoria native and Buffalo Bills Safety, Micah Hyde. Our mission is to help children achieve a healthy, active, and educated life. We are an all volunteer organization since the beginning in 2017 and currently operate in Ohio, Iowa, Michigan, and New York.

In 1995 the Jamie Farr Scholarship Fund created yet another way to support the youth of the Toledo region. Each year since its inception, Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan high school seniors have received scholarships toward their college education. The $3,000 scholarship is renewable for up to an additional three years. In order to renew the scholarship, the recipient must maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5 and have financial need. For more information about this scholarship, please call the Toledo Community Foundation at (419) 241-5049, or visit www.toledocf.org to learn more.

Justice for Sierah’s vision is for young people to grow, learn and thrive with safe and supportive communities. Our mission is to protect communities by implementing the Ohio violent offender database, known as Sierah’s Law, in all 50 states. Our work also includes empowering youth by establishing self-awareness and self-defense into school curriculum and communities through the Sierah Strong Program.

The Luken T. Boyle Campaign for Kindness mission is to advocate and empower youth to find their voice and facilitate positive conversations with kindness to help those affected by bullying/cyberbullying (victims, perpetrators, and by-standers) by speaking in schools and presenting our story/program, creating Kindness Rooms, and addressing online/social media issues.

NAMI Hancock County is nonprofit organization promoting mental health through education, support, and advocacy. At NAMI, there are a variety of free programs for individuals living with a diagnosis, family members and friends, and youth learning to nurture their mental health. Programs include classes, support groups, workshops, and trainings.

Nature’s Nursery provides wildlife rescue and rehabilitation to over 3,700 sick, injured and orphaned native wild animals each year. Over the past 32 years we have provided medical care to sick owls, repaired wings on flightless hawks, syringe-fed orphaned bunnies, cured mange in sick squirrels, healed broken bones in injured foxes, and nurtured thousands of other native wild animals until they could be returned to the wild. In addition to wildlife rehab, Nature’s Nursery also provides education to thousands of students and adults each year.  Our outreach programs educate the community on wildlife in our area, habitat preservation and environmental sustainability.

Read for Literacy is Toledo’s leading nonprofit literacy agency, helping adults and children achieve goals through its reading and language-learning programs. RFL hosts Claire’s Day, an annual children’s book festival recognizing schools’ most improved readers, and distributes thousands of books annually to children in the Greater Toledo community.

Christy's Corner Cafe' in Elmore serves fabulous coffee & food with smiles!  It's the first business sponsored by Engaging Opportunities Foundation. EOF provides meaningful opportunities for individuals with special needs and helps them reach their greatest potential. Thanks to the support of our caring community, we're making a positive impact!

Since 1887, The Salvation Army has served families who experience the greatest effects of poverty across Lucas, Ottawa, Wood, Fulton, and Henry Counties. Housing the homeless, stabilizing financial crisis and providing food to the food-insecure are longstanding traditions of service. The Salvation Army remains dedicated to the uninterrupted provision of basic needs for our most vulnerable neighbors.

Motivated by a mission to empower independence and enrich the lives of people who are blind or visually impaired. The Sight Center of Northwest Ohio offers a unique blend of programs and services that can help people of all ages work, learn, play, and live independently with permanent vision loss.

At TutorSmart Toledo, we are passionate educators, parents, and community members dedicated to closing the achievement gaps that threaten the successful future of our children, our schools, and our community. We partner to deliver targeted, out of school time, academic tutoring to ensure that truly, no child is left behind.