|Frame USA is hosting a truck for The Healing Center, in Tri-County.
The Healing Center offers practical, social, and spiritual support to
individuals and families. Services include, but are not limited to:
food and clothing, job skills training and job search assistance, auto
repair, mentoring, financial counseling, tutoring, prayer, life skills
training, and helpful information about local community services.
VIFCC began in 1963 with a few volunteers from two Wyoming
churches. Their mission is to assist our neighbors in need with food,
clothing, emergency financial assistance and other necessary services
by linking willing and able clients with resources which will help them
break their cycle of dependency, and provide them with a new beginning.
Cain encourage neighborhood residents to
improve their lives and neighborhod by:
Feeding bodies and souls - each month they
provide over 350 low-income families with basic
necessities like food; emergency financial assistance for rent and
utilities; household and hygiene items; diapers; transportation
assistance and referrals for furniture and baby items.
Founded in 1882 by Colonel Amos Shinkle, CHNK originally served the
community as an orphanage for children who were homeless or orphaned.
In the 1980s, we shifted our focus to abused, neglected, and at-risk
children and their families. Much like our founder, who also financed
the building of the Ohio River’s landmark Suspension Bridge, we build
bridges – to better futures – for the children in our care
The families in need in our community.
NorthEast Emergency Distribution Services â€“ is a local food pantry
that provides both emergency food and financial assistance to families
in need in the North East Hamilton County area. NEEDS is a vibrant,
compassionate, faith-based coalition with a vision to responsibly share
resources with families in need in our community.
The Loveland L.I.F.E. Food Pantry is a faith-based
organization that provides food, financial assistance, an services to
needy residents within the Loveland School District and to members of
our supporting congregations, who qualify under Federal guidelines for
persons in need encouraging self-sufficiency in individuals and