Celebrating 46 Years of Service

1973 - 2019

PCCOA Funding

Current funding for activities and services provided by the Preble County Council on Aging comes from many sources.  Locally, the 501 ©(3), non-profit social service agency has long enjoyed a partnership affiliation with the United Way of the Greater Dayton Area.  Current allocations and designations from United Way help to fund the agency’s Homemaker Service and Home Delivered Meal Program. In addition, the agency is fortunate to receive significant tax levy support, voluntary donations from clients, fund raising revenue and contributions from individuals, churches, groups and organizations.

Contracts have been awarded to the agency to provide transportation service by the Area Agency on Aging, PSA-2, which administers federal “Older Americans Act” funds distributed through the Ohio Department of Aging.   The state Medicaid waiver program, PASSPORT, also reimburses the agency for providing Transportation and Independent Living Assistance programs to their clients.

Depending on the availability of funds to fund services and projects, the agency seeks and receives miscellaneous federal, state, corporate and foundation grants from time to time, throughout the year. 

Additional information about the agency, including tax forms #990 can be accessed on the internet at