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About our beneficiaries
The Nick Rozanski Memorial Foundation
was started in April 2012 by Jenny Rozanski and Chris Weaver. Capt. Nick Rozanski (Jenny’s husband) grew up in Dublin and is a 1994 graduate of Dublin High School. He died of combat injuries on April 4, 2012 while serving in Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. His foundation strives to leave a legacy of giving back to the community through scholarships to local students and veterans, grants to military and veteran organizations and through community education initiatives. Over the past 4 years, the Nick Rozanski Memorial Foundation has given away $12,000 to Dublin high school students and $6,000 to children of Ohio Army National Guard soldiers.

Welcome Warehouse serves people in the Dublin City School District who are struggling to meet basic needs because of job loss, underemployment, health crises, or other challenges. Families are referred to Welcome Warehouse by Dublin City Schools' guidance counselors, local clergy, or other local social service organizations. Welcome Warehouse programs and services include: Welcome Warehouse Free Shop, Welcome Warehouse Mobile Free Shops, Holiday Adopt-A-Family Program, Emergency Household Assistance, Bed Donation Program, and Back-To-School Outreach.

The Driven Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 2008 by former NFL and Ohio State University Football teammates Roy Hall and Antonio Smith. Driven’s infrastructure is built on three core principles; perseverance (never give up), resilience (get back up), and assistance (help others up). Through specialized events, outreach projects, and programs, the Driven foundation combats community and individual shortcomings, while simultaneously fulfilling its mission. Driven uses its platform for a purpose; to assist in solving various community challenges.

A portion of the funds will also benefit the Memorial Scholarship Funds of Lyndsey Rice and Kyle Colello, two Dublin Scioto students who died tragically in November of 2009.

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