Mission

The mission of The Marsh Foundation is to inspire hope, to teach and to care for children and families.

Mr. George H. Marsh in his Last Will and Testament of Nov. 26, 1919, desired to create a foundation that would benefit youth, “who by reason of misfortune or any other cause are denied the opportunity for secure home training, education and instruction.” He further stated in the conclusion of his will, “I depart this life in the hope that the Foundation shall become an instrument of enduring and ever increasing benefit to mankind.” This philosophy serves as the basis for the purpose and goals of The Marsh Foundation.

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Marsh Foundation Hires Megan Tuttle as Director of Residential Services

VAN WERT, Ohio – Megan Tuttle, LISW-S, has joined The Marsh Foundation as the new director of residential services. No stranger to The Marsh, Tuttle first worked on campus as a family teacher, then program manager of Clymer Hall. “We are thrilled to have Megan rejoin our staff at The Marsh Foundation” said Kim Mullins, […]

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