Who should serve as Designated Advocate?

October 14, 2020

Anyone who will act in the Beneficiary’s best interest and can follow our procedures may serve as Designated Advocate. The Beneficiary, so long as he or she is a competent adult, or the Beneficiary’s guardian, power of attorney, family member, friend, representative payee, or service provider may serve as Designated Advocate. An entity may be appointed as Designated Advocate although we require that a specific contact person within that entity be named to ensure the person communicating with Community Fund Ohio has authority to do so.