NOAH holds cookie fundraiser
Several local banks provided space for our Directors and Volunteers of The NOAH Project to sell BIG COOKIES Friday, Dec. 9.
The NOAH Project is Crawford County’s faith-based, grass roots, not-for-profit community development corporation. Not-for-profit organizations need to raise funds for operational expenses, so that they can continue to develop programs and projects that benefit the area they serve.
The NOAH Project was instrumental in the development of Faith Community, Crawford County’s first totally livable, independent senior housing community located on Oldfield Road in Crestline, Ohio.
Currently The NOAH Project is working on additional projects that will provide livable homes and jobs through economic development that will help our area grow.
We are very grateful to United Bank of Crestline, First Federal Savings and Loan, Galion Building and Loan [both offices] and United Bank in Galion for helping us with our BIG COOKIE sales on Dec. 9.
We also appreciate United Bank in Crestline for allowing us to sell cookies on Dec. 2, 3 and 10.
All proceeds from our fundraising efforts will help us build a brighter and better future for the people of our area.
For additional information visit our website – noahprojectofohio.org– our office phone is — 419.683.3700 or you may drop us a line at The NOAH Project, P. O. Box 83, Crestline, Ohio – 44827.
Story and photos submitted by Mike Lucas.
In the summer of 2000, a group of Crestline, Ohio area residents concerned with the well-being of mature adults and persons who are physically challenged gathered together for a meeting. From that time forward many discussions were held and in the fall of 2001, “The NOAH Project”, a not-for-profit Corporation with a 501©(3) status was formed.