The 2014 Glass City Beer Fest is produced by :

The Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Foundation and . . .
The Arc of Lucas County

Both are 501 (c 3) Charitable Organizations
The Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Foundation and The Arc of Lucas County
developed the Glass City Beer Fest as a way to build community support
and awareness of our agencies.

Both organizations serve individuals with life-long impairments and their
families by providing education, advocacy and support. These services
are often not available from other community resources.
The  Arc  of  Lucas  County
Each year The Arc helps more than 1,200 persons with intellectual and
developmental disabilities become meaningful members of our
community in the following ways:
Life skills and self-advocacy training and mentoring

Lead advocate and voice for people with intellectual and                         
developmental disabilities.  

Assistance with special education issues for parents of school-age         

Information and mentoring to help individuals and families with the daily
challenges of a life-long disability.
For further information about
The Arc of Lucas County contact:

Tonya Scherf
The Arc of Lucas County
NW  OHIO HEMOPHILIA  FOUNDATION  assists more than 1,000 people
within Northwest Ohio affected by moderate to severe bleeding disorders.  Our
portion of the proceeds from Glass City Beer Fest help us to provide:
Potentially life-saving medical identifications

Summer camp scholarships
for youth to attend a specialized camp where they are
trained in disease management, independence skills, and social interaction with
other affected youth.

Family support and advocacy:  including educational programs, social
networking, and maintaining a financial crisis fund
to assist  those in need due to
the high cost of treating their life-long impairment.
For further information about  The Northwest Ohio
Hemophilia Foundation,  please contact :  

Carla  Wells