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Disabled Children’s Assistance Fund & Elderly Persons’ Assistance Fund

The Northeastern Ohio Synod’s Disabled Children’s Assistance Fund was established in 1988 for the care and assistance of disabled children to provide them with monetary help, medical help, food, clothing, and recreation. Children are defined as those who are under 18. The ADA defines a person with a disability as a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity. More information about this fund, and an application form, can be found here.

The Elderly Persons’ Assistance Fund was also established in 1988 for the care and assistance of elderly persons, to provide them with monetary help, medical help, food, clothing, and recreation. In portions of the Ohio revised code, “elderly” is defined as anyone over the age of 60. More information about this fund, and an application form, can be found here.

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