Over $1,000,000 invested in our community since 1999!
The Hancock County Savings Bank Charitable Foundation was established with the mission of promoting charitable and educational service organizations and their activities. Funding for the Foundation is primarily from contributions by Hancock County Savings Bank as part of its Mission, which includes a commitment to “making our community a better place to live.”
The Foundation generally provides funding in areas such as seed money for startup costs of new and innovative programs, human services or educational programs, capital and equipment needs, matching grants, and one-time grants for programs not requiring refunding. Grant applications must be submitted by September 30 of each year, and awards are announced soon after, celebrated with a presentation ceremony. Do not be intimidated by the application process, you do not have to be a grant-writer to complete the process. We are here to help not hinder!
At a formal reception held on November 8th at the Chester headquarters of Hancock County Savings Bank, the Hancock County Savings Bank Charitable Foundation awards were presented to this year’s recipients. Doug Comm, Bank President and CEO and Chairman of the Foundation Board of Directors stated, “We are proud and honored to provide some needed assistance to these wonderful local organizations. Serving our communities has and will always be a part of Hancock County Savings Bank’s mission to create a better place for all of us to live.”
Since 1999 over one million dollars has been donated to nearly 200 Tri-State area service and support organizations. Serving on the Foundation Board of Directors are Chairman Doug Comm, President George Ash, Sr., Treasurer Alicia Davis, Secretary Anthony Bernardi, Romie Castelli, Drew Cooper, Catherine Ferrari, Cheryl Schreiber, and Marvin Six. All of the board members are volunteers. The 2023 awardees are Blue Stream Farms Corporation, Brooke Hancock Veterans Memorial Park, Brooke Hancock Family Resource Network, Chester Volunteer Fireman’s Association, Coleman Professional Services, Communicycle Beaver County, East Liverpool Calcutta Area Garden Club, Hancock Brooke Counties Victim Assistance Program, Hancock County Parks & Recreation, Museum of Ceramics, Newell Community Improvement Coalition, Ohio Valley Youth Network, Rotary Club of Beaver, Rotary Club of Calcutta, Rotary Club of East Liverpool, The Salvation Army of Weirton, Tomlinson Run State Park Foundation, Inc., Upper Ohio Valley Museum & Learning Center at the Lou Holtz Hall of Fame, and Weirton Christian Center.
Funding for the foundation is primarily derived from contributions by Hancock County Savings Bank as part of their mission, which includes a commitment to supporting the dedicated work of community organizations. The next round of Grant applications must be submitted by September 30, 2024.
2023 Award Recipients
George Ash, Sr.
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