Fairfield Federal Quasquicentennial 125 Community Awards

12:00 P.M., SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2020.

One (1) ballot may be completed for each new account opened starting June 1, 2020.  A donation of $12,500 will be awarded to the charity project generating the most votes from customers opening new accounts. Accountholders are entitled to only one ballot for each new account opened. Note: You may vote for only one charity per ballot. Ballots must be received at the time of account opening.  Additional ballots will not be eligible.

A donation of $12,500 will be awarded to the charity project generating the most online and employee votes.

Contest Rules + Information
• One vote person per IP address. 
• Ages 13 and up.
• Charities may not receive more than one donation.
• Online votes will be submitted via the Fairfield Federal Website Charity Ballot only.
• Charity project awards will be announced TBD. 
• Charity Details: (pictures and Details listed on the webpage)
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Pickerington Community Turf Project
A citizen-led effort to provide field turf at both Pickerington North and Pickerington Central High School Stadiums.
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Bloom-Carroll Band Uniform Challenge
Bloom-Carroll Music Boosters are raising funds to replace the high school band uniforms. 100 uniforms are needed at a cost of $500 per uniform.
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Fairfield Community Health Center
The Health Center is seeking funds for 3 ADA compliant adjustable examination tables for training family medicine residents.
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Head Start - Community Action Agency
The Head Start Program at Lancaster Fairfield Community Action Agency is seeking funds to make improvements and upgrades to the Tarhe playground used by children attending Head Start.
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Kiwanis Hunter Park Shelter Project
Funds are needed for concrete under and surrounding the new shelter area at Hunter Park on Route 22 across from Olivedale Senior Center in Lancaster.
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FMC Foundation-Cancer Care Center
Fairfield Medical Center Foundation is seeking funds to purchase a Linear Accelerator for the Cancer Care Center.  This state-of-the-art equipment is for cancer treatment and reduces the duration and frequency of treatments while it lessens damage to healthy tissue. It is applicable for a variety of cancers including breast cancer, colon cancer and head and neck cancers among other types of cancers found in our community.