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Through the years, Fairhaven Community has been blessed with strong support from our friends and neighbors.

support our work fairhavenIndividuals, team members, congregations, civic organizations and our residents have generously given their time, talents and resources to help keep Fairhaven the vibrant community we all know and love.

But after 91 years, sometimes the needs become great. On Oct. 6, 2011, we kicked off a fundraising campaign—our first in 30 years—to help meet some of those needs. Over the next five years we aim to raise $2.5 million to enhance the living environment for those we serve. These improvements will help us modernize and create an even more welcoming home for our residents.

So now, in addition to volunteering or giving a general financial contribution, you can direct your gifts specifically to the capital campaign.

Fairhaven Community has been an integral part of Upper Sandusky for nearly a century, providing care for those in need. We could not have done it without your help. Thank you for your continued support.

To find out how you can help, contact us today.

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