Bellville Neighborhood Outreachcenter

aka BNOC   |   Bellville, OH   |  www.bnoc.org

Mission

To support and enrich the lives of Clear Fork Valley residents

Ruling year info

2006

President

Jeff Wright

Main address

PO Box 685 84 Main Street

Bellville, OH 44813 USA

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EIN

20-3810811

NTEE code info

Food Banks, Food Pantries (K31)

Nutrition Programs (K40)

Citizen Participation (W24)

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BNOC Food Pantry

Food Pantry - distributing food to those in need whom reside in the Clear Fork Valley.  The Food Pantry provides a minimum of 3 meals per day for 3 days, for each member of qualifying households. The Food Pantry currently serves approximately 150 familes - we believe there are a total of +300 families that are in need.

Population(s) Served

Second hand clothing store

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Awards

Food Pantry of the Year 2010

Cleveland Food Bank

Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

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The BNOC provides food, clothing, educational opportunities, and a place for fun & fellowship. We are a clearing house for support services to help people deal with temporary hardships such as an illness, loss of job, or an unforseen major expense.

Ultimately, we desire all clients to become self sufficient and productive members of society. Many former BNOC clients are current volunteers with our organization. We temporarily met thier needs and they are no longer in need of assistance - now it is thier desire to "pay it forward".

The BNOC is operated 100% by volunteers (NO paid staff). We are good stewards of the funds entrusted to us, keeping operational expenses to a minimum. Our 9,000 sq ft facility is well maintained, clean, and inviting. It is our desire to make everyone feel welcome and "at home" -- when you come to visit please sit down, relax, watch a value-based video, have a cup coffee and a cookie -- or enjoy a nice conversation.

We are here to lend a helping hand as we put our faith into action!

The BNOC is supported 100% by volunteers - so our greatest asset is our volunteers! We have been blessed to receive financial support and volunteer support from churches, civic organizations, and very generous donors. It is this financial support combined with the generosity of our volunteers (donoting thousands of hours of support) which enable us to do our work.

Our business plan clearly defines our objecitives and strategies - ensuring that whenever possible we do not compete with existing services, rather we partner with existing organizations to accentaute our services. This collaborative approach enables BNOC to offer a broad array of support services, while receiving very generous monetary and in-kind donations to support our mission.

Many people are still unemployed (or under-employed) and their living wage is not keeping pace with the cost of living and unforseen expenses. This means there are many people still in need of our help. many people are faced with difficult decisions such as: should I buy food this week, or should I pay my rent, or should I buy my medicine, or should I repair my car -- quite often the things we take for granted are very difficult decisions for many people in need.

We are currently providing temporary assitance - helping to bridge the gap between between current income and current expenses - to provide a few meals, some extra clothing, and words of encouragement.

Long term, it is our desire to help people improve their employability skills - generating a better living wage - reducing unemployment - creating greater self-cufficiency - and helping people to become productive members of society again.

Through collaboration, creative new programs, and more donations & volunteer support we will reach our long term goals.

Financials

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Bellville Neighborhood Outreachcenter

Board of directors
as of 6/2/2016
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Matt Merendino

Mark Timberlake

Jim Beal

Joe Wright

John Studenmund

Ericka Lowe

Ellen Hoam

Carol Hoeflich

Barb Kindt