Last month the May Dugan Center, the Ohio-City based nonprofit, announced a $5.6 Million capital campaign to raise funds for facility renovations and upgrades. The organization was founded in 1969, at the time of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty and the Kennedy-Johnson Economic Opportunities Act, and continues to provide aid and programming to neighbors in need.
With the urgent need to increase their services, May Dugan partnered with Bialosky to revive the facility to serve the many different needs of the community. With your support, the May Dugan Center will build on their strong track record of excellence and ensure this long-standing community asset remains for decades to come.
Visit their website for more information on their capital campaign.
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