By 1808Delaware

SourcePoint, a signature provider of aging services, has recently garnered significant recognition for its unwavering commitment to the community and its residents. This esteemed organization has recently been honored not just once, but twice, highlighting its pivotal role in enhancing the quality of life for the county’s older adults and their caregivers. These accolades serve as a testament to SourcePoint’s dedication and the impact of its comprehensive services and programs on the local community.

Honoring Excellence and Service

The Genoa Township Business Association, an entity focused on promoting the interests of its members and fostering an environment of education and networking for local businesses, awarded SourcePoint the prestigious title of “Business of the Year” for 2023. This accolade, bestowed in December, underscores SourcePoint’s significant contribution to the business community and its role in furthering the association’s mission.

Further solidifying its esteemed status in the community, SourcePoint was also the recipient of the “Quality of Life” award at the Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner earlier this month. This award is reserved for a nonprofit chamber member whose efforts have profoundly enriched the lives of Delaware County residents. SourcePoint joins the ranks of previous notable recipients such as the Delaware Community Center YMCA, Common Ground Free Store, Delaware Public Health District, and HelpLine of Delaware and Morrow Counties, all of which have made substantial impacts in the community.

A Beacon for Adults Over 55

SourcePoint is more than just an award-winning organization; it is a vital resource for Delaware County’s older population and their families. As a nonprofit 501(c)(3) entity, it offers a broad spectrum of services and programs designed to support adults over 55 in thriving beyond their prime years. These offerings range from professional expertise to innovative programs that cater to the diverse needs of the elderly and their caregivers.

The organization’s services are multifaceted, supported by the local senior services levy, alongside private and corporate donations, grants, and contributions from the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging. This collaborative funding model ensures that SourcePoint can continue to provide its essential services to the community, fostering an environment where older adults can live enriching and fulfilling lives.

Visit SourcePoint to Learn More

For those interested in learning more about SourcePoint and its array of services and programs, a visit to is highly recommended. The website offers comprehensive information on how the organization supports Delaware County’s aging population and details on how to access its services.

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