Match Day groups

The organizations benefiting from Match Day include:

Families United for Support and Encouragement: Provides support and resources to families whose children have disabilities.

Bradley United Methodist Church: Serves the spiritual needs of area residents.

Greenfield Parks and Recreation: Maintains the city’s parks, provides year-long youth programming.

Hancock County 4-H Agricultural Association: Oversees the county 4-H program and maintains the fairgrounds.

Hancock County Food Pantry: Provides food to needy area families

Hancock County Public Library: Offers youth and adult programming in addition to thousands of materials for checkout.

Hancock County Senior Services: Provides services aimed at improving independent living for seniors.

Hancock Hope House: Provides shelter to the county’s homeless and classes aimed at helping residents get back on their feet.

Leaders in Navigating Knowledge: Gathers and shares information about are educational opportunities.

Love INC: Oversees a network of churches that provide aid to needy families

Nameless Creek Youth Camp: Creates outdoor recreational and camping opportunities

Sugar Creek Township Park: Provides safe, affordable public recreational facilities

Caitlin VanOverberghe is a reporter at the Greenfield Daily Reporter. She can be reached at 317-477-3237 or