Awards

Huntington IMPACT Award

June 2007 - “The goal of the IMPACT (Instructing Metropolitan Partners About Community Teaching) program, funded by The Huntington National Bank, is to improve the quantity and quality of afterschool programs in Franklin County through faith communities. The program provides faith-based organizations with training in resource development, program planning, staffing, and management, as well as assistance with business plan development and connections to other resources in the community.”

 

Better Business Bureau: Business Integrity Award

March 2006 - “The mission of the Better Business Bureau system is to promote through self-regulation, the highest standards of business ethics and conduct; and to instill public confidence in responsible businesses through programs of education and action that inform, protect and assist the general public. In this spirit, the Better business Bureau conducts an annual awards program to gain public recognition for organizations that maintain a solid commitment to conducting their business practices in an ethical manner. Each year, companies of different sizes are selected from 21 counties in central Ohio to receive the Business Integrity award.”

 

Samaritan Award

2005 - “The Samaritan Award is given to a highly successful, privately funded charity whose work is direct, personal, and accountable. Its purpose is to encourage charities who, like the Good Samaritan, get intimately involved with each individual, discover the right solutions, and then work determinedly to transform lives.” http://www.samaritanguide.com/award/

 

YFC Wheels-Hilltop Bean Dinner Award

For their work rebuilding this 1978 Monte Carlo, the teens involved with YFC Wheels were awarded the Hilltop Bean Dinner Award.

 

Partners in Transformation Award

2004-2005 -“In 2005, a new initiative co-sponsored by FASTEN (Faith and Service Technical Education Network, a collaborative initiative of the Pew Charitable Trusts) and the Points of Light Foundation sought to identify effective models of faith-based, multi-sector collaboration. The “Partners in Transformation” Awards Program offered FBOs the chance to win grants by demonstrating success in tackling social problems through meaningful partnerships with organizations outside the faith community.” From the Partners in Transformation Report.

 

2013 Youth Award of Excellence

The Area Agency on Aging (Ohio District 5) presented this award to Central Ohio Youth for Christ in response to our work every summer serving the elderly of Mansfield, Ohio. It reads, "In grateful recognition of exceptional service and contributions to the welfare and betterment of the senior community."




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