TO LIVE BETTER, WE MUST LIVE UNITED

There is power in partnerships

 

Our agency partners are highly effective, local non-profits and organizations dedicated to serving those in our community that are the most in need.

Through your donations, we are able to support and fund our local partner agencies across Warren County. Each agency addresses one or more of our impact areas that include: school readiness, financial stability, workforce development and health and wellness.

  • Abuse and Rape Crisis Shelter of Warren County – Provides services that provide safety, healing, and empowerment of domestic violence and sexual assault survivors while creating a knowledgeable and supportive community through preventative education.
  • F.A.I.T.H. Emergency Services – Helps Mason and Deerfield Township residents with utilities, rent, food, prescription medications, and children’s clothes.  Also provides assistance to persons applying for Ohio State benefits and job searches.
  • Franklin Area Community Services, Inc.– Provides shot term emergency assistance to clients residing in the Franklin, Springboro, and Carlisle School Districts while helping develop long term solutions.  Primary services provided are food, prescriptions, and financial assistance.
  • Interfaith Hospitality Network of Warren County – Provides emergency shelter and related casework and follow up services to families who are or who are facing homelessness status.
  • Kings Local Community Services, Inc.– Provides individuals and families who meet financial need qualifications to clients residing in the Kings Local School District with food and medical prescription assistance. 
  • Lebanon Community Service Corporation– Helps residents living in the Lebanon School District who meet financial requirements with utilities, rent, food gas vouchers, and prescription medications.
  • Lebanon Food Pantry, Inc.– Provides a three-day supply of food and personal hygiene items on a monthly basis to persons who reside in Lebanon School District who meet financial requirements.  
  • Little Miami Food Services, Inc.– Provides a three-day supply of food and personal hygiene items on a monthly basis to persons who reside in the Little Miami School District. 
  • Salvation Army (South Lebanon)– Provides emergency financial support and limited food pantry services to those who meet income requirements in the South Lebanon Community and others within Warren County on a case by case / need basis.
  • Shared Harvest Foodbank, Inc.– Works to alleviate poverty and hunger by soliciting and judiciously distributing surplus marketable and wholesome grocery products to a network of charitable food pantries, shelters, and other distributing organizations, which in turn distribute these products to those who are experiencing food insecurities.
  • Wayne Township Community Aid– Helps residents living in the Wayne Township School District with emergency assistance for rent, utilities, food, and other basic necessary needs.
  • 4C…for Children: Educates and supports adults who care for young children and advocate for public support for quality early education and care for all children.
  • Abilities First – Provides comprehensive services to children and adults with special needs through childcare, pediatric therapies, employment services, residential care, and adult day programming.
  • American Red Cross – Provides disaster relief (manmade and natural), education resources, and information and referral to residents of Warren County.
  • Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Warren County: – Provides children facing adversity with one to one mentoring relationships that gives them individual attention, guidance, and friendship. Mentoring changes children’s lives for the better and forever.
  • Boy Scouts of America Dan Beard Council – Fulfills the basic purpose of the Scouting movement within Warren County – making Scouting training available to all boys, young men, and women and serving organizations and community groups using the Scouting program while maintaining standards and policies, protecting official badges and insignia.
  • Camp Joy – Provides experiences for low-income and foster youth, and youth with medical/special needs. Also serves business and schools / University with team building and training opportunities.
  • Girl Scouts of Western Ohio – Builds courage, confidence, and character for girls ages 5-17, who make this would a better place with outcomes-based experiential, cooperative learning opportunities.
  • Warren County Community Services – Plans, coordinates, operates, and administers programs designed to bring about the permanent economic upgrading of all citizens in Southwest Ohio, by alleviating conditions causing poverty. Services are provided in the areas of preschool (Head Start), Senior Services (food and wellbeing activities), and emergency financial assistance to residents of Warren County (food, shelter, medication, and other basic needs).
  • 4C…for Children: Educates and supports adults who care for young children and advocate for public support for quality early education and care for all children.
  • Abilities First – Provides comprehensive services to children and adults with special needs through childcare, pediatric therapies, employment services, residential care, and adult day programming.
  • American Red Cross – Provides disaster relief (manmade and natural), education resources, and information and referral to residents of Warren County.
  • LifeSpan, Inc. – Serves needs of all points of life. Programs include financial counseling, elderly services, guardianship, community and school-based support services.
  • Warren County Community Services – Plans, coordinates, operates, and administers programs designed to bring about the permanent economic upgrading of all citizens in Southwest Ohio, by alleviating conditions causing poverty. Services are provided in the areas of preschool (Head Start), Senior Services (food and wellbeing activities), and emergency financial assistance to residents of Warren County (food, shelter, medication, and other basic needs).

 

  • American Red Cross – Provides disaster relief (manmade and natural), education resources, and information and referral to residents of Warren County.
  • Abilities First – Provides comprehensive services to children and adults with special needs through childcare, pediatric therapies, employment services, residential care, and adult day programming.
  • Cancer Family Care, Inc. – Provides counseling, education, and emotional support to children, adults, and families who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis and/or loss of a loved one due to cancer.
  • Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired – Serves people who are visually-impaired to develop skills for independent living through rehabilitation, employment and information services.
  • Epilepsy Foundation – Leads the fight to help people with epilepsy overcome the challenges which seizures present by providing education, support groups, counseling, camps, group homes and much more.
  • Warren County Community Services – Plans, coordinates, operates, and administers programs designed to bring about the permanent economic upgrading of all citizens in Southwest Ohio, by alleviating conditions causing poverty. Services are provided in the areas of preschool (Head Start), Senior Services (food and wellbeing activities), and emergency financial assistance to residents of Warren County (food, shelter, medication, and other basic needs).

 

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