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Funding and Donations

Bay County Council on Aging, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization which is funded through state and federal grants, and through local funds received from
United Way, Bay County Commission, donations from churches, civic and community organizations, and individuals.
More than 90% of the agency's budget goes to direct client services. Each year more than $300,000 must be raised locally to match federal and state dollars.
A $1.00 donation generates $10.00 in services to a senior adult. This can provide 5 hot, nutritious meals to a home-bound senior.

 Senior Partners

 Bay County Council on Aging's effectiveness in serving the local community is due in large part to the assistance and commitment of local businesses, agencies

 and organizations. The ongoing support of the Senior Partners, in the form of advocacy, volunteerism, sponsorships and financial commitment, makes 

 services for the elderly, disabled and disadvantaged possible. Partnerships are formed in four levels

                   Gold Partners                  

                                 A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $2,500 or more per year

and a service commitment of 200 hours.

Silver Partners

A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $1,500 or more per year

and a service commitment of 100 hours.

Bronze Partners

A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $500 per year.

Service Partners

An organization pledge of 150 hours in service by Senior Partner Volunteers.

SOLICIATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS #CH868        1-800-HELP-FLA (436-7352)

 2016 Senior Partners

Association of St. Jude

Alzheimer's Association

Ameris Bank

 AmVets Post 47

       Bay County Aging Inter-Agency Council

         Bay County Alzheimer's Association

  Bay County Sheriff's Office

    Bay Health Foundation

    BF Edwards

    Bill Cramer Chevrolet

            Community Services Foundation

           Eastern Shipbuilding

          First Presbyterian Church of Lynn Haven

           First United Methodist Church of Lynn Haven

           Florida Blue Foundation - Mike Nichols

            Forest Park United Methodist Church Women

            GA Foods

            Guardian

                 Gulf Coast Women's Club

              Gulf Power

                  Gulf Power - Smith Lansing Plant

               Hancock Bank

                Holy Nativity Episcopal Church

                Kiwanis Club of Panama City

                 Krewe of St Andrews

                                Publix Supermarkets                

            Royal American

                United Way of Northwest Florida

              Walmart

             Sams Club

 
 
Bay County Council on Aging

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HOME

Funding and Donations

Bay County Council on Aging, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization which is funded through state and federal grants, and through local funds received from
United Way, Bay County Commission, donations from churches, civic and community organizations, and individuals.
More than 90% of the agency's budget goes to direct client services. Each year more than $300,000 must be raised locally to match federal and state dollars.
A $1.00 donation generates $10.00 in services to a senior adult. This can provide 5 hot, nutritious meals to a home-bound senior.

 Senior Partners

 Bay County Council on Aging's effectiveness in serving the local community is due in large part to the assistance and commitment of local businesses, agencies

 and organizations. The ongoing support of the Senior Partners, in the form of advocacy, volunteerism, sponsorships and financial commitment, makes 

 services for the elderly, disabled and disadvantaged possible. Partnerships are formed in four levels

                   Gold Partners                  

                                 A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $2,500 or more per year

and a service commitment of 200 hours.

Silver Partners

A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $1,500 or more per year

and a service commitment of 100 hours.

Bronze Partners

A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $500 per year.

Service Partners

An organization pledge of 150 hours in service by Senior Partner Volunteers.

SOLICIATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS #CH868        1-800-HELP-FLA (436-7352)

 2016 Senior Partners

Association of St. Jude

Alzheimer's Association

Ameris Bank

 AmVets Post 47

       Bay County Aging Inter-Agency Council

         Bay County Alzheimer's Association

  Bay County Sheriff's Office

    Bay Health Foundation

    BF Edwards

    Bill Cramer Chevrolet

            Community Services Foundation

           Eastern Shipbuilding

          First Presbyterian Church of Lynn Haven

           First United Methodist Church of Lynn Haven

           Florida Blue Foundation - Mike Nichols

            Forest Park United Methodist Church Women

            GA Foods

            Guardian

                 Gulf Coast Women's Club

              Gulf Power

                  Gulf Power - Smith Lansing Plant

               Hancock Bank

                Holy Nativity Episcopal Church

                Kiwanis Club of Panama City

                 Krewe of St Andrews

                                Publix Supermarkets                

            Royal American

                United Way of Northwest Florida

              Walmart

             Sams Club

 
 
Bay County Council on Aging

 Staff
HOME

Funding and Donations

Bay County Council on Aging, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization which is funded through state and federal grants, and through local funds received from
United Way, Bay County Commission, donations from churches, civic and community organizations, and individuals.
More than 90% of the agency's budget goes to direct client services. Each year more than $300,000 must be raised locally to match federal and state dollars.
A $1.00 donation generates $10.00 in services to a senior adult. This can provide 5 hot, nutritious meals to a home-bound senior.

 Senior Partners

 Bay County Council on Aging's effectiveness in serving the local community is due in large part to the assistance and commitment of local businesses, agencies

 and organizations. The ongoing support of the Senior Partners, in the form of advocacy, volunteerism, sponsorships and financial commitment, makes 

 services for the elderly, disabled and disadvantaged possible. Partnerships are formed in four levels

                   Gold Partners                  

                                 A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $2,500 or more per year

and a service commitment of 200 hours.

Silver Partners

A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $1,500 or more per year

and a service commitment of 100 hours.

Bronze Partners

A commitment of resources in dollars or donated goods valued at $500 per year.

Service Partners

An organization pledge of 150 hours in service by Senior Partner Volunteers.

SOLICIATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS #CH868        1-800-HELP-FLA (436-7352)

 2016 Senior Partners

Association of St. Jude

Alzheimer's Association

Ameris Bank

 AmVets Post 47

       Bay County Aging Inter-Agency Council

         Bay County Alzheimer's Association

  Bay County Sheriff's Office

    Bay Health Foundation

    BF Edwards

    Bill Cramer Chevrolet

            Community Services Foundation

           Eastern Shipbuilding

          First Presbyterian Church of Lynn Haven

           First United Methodist Church of Lynn Haven

           Florida Blue Foundation - Mike Nichols

            Forest Park United Methodist Church Women

            GA Foods

            Guardian

                 Gulf Coast Women's Club

              Gulf Power

                  Gulf Power - Smith Lansing Plant

               Hancock Bank

                Holy Nativity Episcopal Church

                Kiwanis Club of Panama City

                 Krewe of St Andrews

                                Publix Supermarkets                

            Royal American

                United Way of Northwest Florida

              Walmart

             Sams Club