Pavilion at Hannibal Locks and Dam

Project led by Broken Timbers Outdoor Education Center

About the project.

Broken Timber Outdoor Education Center opened in 2005 with the mission of educating and training students to practice safety in the great outdoors. Programming includes fishing, trapping, and environmental education classes and opportunities.

This project would support the creation of a new pavilion at Hannibal Locks and Dam. This new facility would provide additional access and space for naturalist education classes and outings.

FAO staff comments.

Proper naturalist education is key to safely enjoying the great outdoors. This program would help create a new space for outdoor education programming in Hannibal, Ohio, providing increased opportunity for the community to enjoy the nature that Appalachian Ohio has to offer.

Make a donation.

Half of your gift will support the Pavilion at Hannibal Locks and Dam project today, and half will support future projects through the I’m a Child of Appalachia Fund.

Your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar to help this Cause Connector project reach its fundraising goal twice as quickly! Please note, match dollars will not be immediately reflected in the progress tracker below. Matching dollars will be manually added to the project tracker at frequent intervals throughout the week.

For larger gifts or to donate in other ways (e.g. stock transfer, IRA transfer, or a gift through a donor-advised fund), please click here or contact FAO at 740.753.1111 or info@ffao.org.

Project Status
New
Areas of Investment
Community & Economic Development
Funds Needed
$10,000

$5,000 to support the Pavilion at Hannibal Locks and Dam project today, and $5,000 to support future projects through the I'm a Child of Appalachia Fund.

Impact
Benefits 3 counties
  • Guernsey
  • Monroe
  • Noble

Want to learn more?

Contact FAO at 740.753.1111 or info@ffao.org with any questions.

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