The local chapter of the Big Brothers Big Sisters hosted its 27th Annual "Bowl for Kids Sake" on Sunday.
Executive Director Mollie Crooks said 32% of the organization's funding is generated through this event.
"It's a phenomenally giving community and so we know there's a lots of opportunities for people to give, we think that the people that give to our program are passionate about children who see the results," she Crooks.
Some locals had a chance to eat a delicious breakfast Saturday morning and also help a good cause.
The Muskingum Valley Red Cross hosted a pancake breakfast at Applebee's in Zanesville. Tickets were $5.00 and all proceeds benefited the organization.
"We only get our funding from the United Way and the good people of Muskingum, Perry and Morgan County, so doing events like this helps bring in the money we need to help the people for any disasters that might come up,"...
Homeless animals in Muskingum County will continue to get the care they need.
The annual Animal Shelter Society Auction was held Saturday evening, which is the shelters largest fundraiser of the year.
"We're an adoptable, no-kill shelter, which means that anything that's adoptable, healthy, and not aggressive is never euthanized for lack of space. If we didn't have these funds, we would not be able to do that, " says Executive Director, Larry Hostetler.
A record number of golfers hit the links in support of the community's youth.
Eastside Community Ministries held their fourth annual golf outing at the Jaycees Course. Their goal is to provide programs that benefit kids.
"We have this event to help sponsor particularly the youth programs we run. We run a youth program that goes all year long and in the summer time they do lots and lots of exciting things so this helps support our youth program," says Sally Goins, an...