Exchange Club supports area children with donation

Exchange Club supports area children with donation
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There was no barbecue this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, the foundation’s chairman, Kevin Korns, presented executive director Mandy Prosser with a donation to show their continued support.

                        

For the past seven years, the Dover Exchange Club Children’s Foundation has held a chicken barbecue and donated the proceeds to Noah’s Hope Child Advocacy Center to help support services for children impacted by abuse.

There was no barbecue this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, the foundation’s chairman, Kevin Korns, presented Noah’s Hope Child Advocacy Center executive director Mandy Prosser with a donation to show their continued support.

The Dover Exchange Club has donated approximately $40,000 to the organization.

"We at Noah’s Hope are so grateful, thankful and appreciative for the community support and partnership we receive from the Exchange Club," Prosser said. "Without these types of donations, we would not be able to provide nearly the number of services that we do for the children of Tuscarawas County."


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