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Giving Back

Coconis Furniture is proud to have helped hundreds of local non-profit organizations. Giving back to our community is essential to the company. By lending a helping hand where needed, we can build and strengthen our community together. We encourage our patrons and employees to improve the quality of life and make a positive difference where we live and work.

Goodwill & American Red Cross

Coconis Furniture is pleased to be in partnership with important local non-profit organizations. Our cardboard recycling program, where tons of cardboard are recycled each year, provides Goodwill with hundreds of dollars of income and employment opportunities from recycled furniture packaging. Randy Coconis, president of Coconis Furniture, is proud to be a board member of our local American Red Cross. Each year families throughout our community lose their homes to fire and flood. Coconis Furniture is also a corporate sponsor that helps provide much needed bedding for flood and fire victims.

American Red Cross Goodwill

Dick Johnson Community Service Award

Dick Johnson Community Service Award

Randy Coconis, President of Coconis Furniture, was honored with the prestigious 2011 Dick Johnson Community Service Award. The award was presented to Randy by his son, Bo Coconis, at the Annual Groundhog Day Auction benefit for the Muskingum County Community Foundation. To be eligible for the award, an individual must be an outstanding entrepreneur, a civic leader, and a philanthropist who has had a positive effect upon Muskingum County. Randy has served as a past trustee of the MCCF. He is also the founder of the Coconis Family Endowment Fund.

Tee It Up for Autism Golf Outing

The Coconis family is dedicated to increasing awareness of Autism spectrum disorders, to funding research into the causes, prevention and treatments for Autism, and to advocating for the needs of individuals with Autism and their families. Coconis Furniture is a major sponsor of the annual Tee It Up for Autism Golf Outing held at the Zanesville Country Club each June. To learn more about Autism visit the National Autism Association of southeast Ohio's website at: www.naaseo.org.

Tee It Up for Autism
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