So everyone can find hope
CarePortal connects us with children and families in crisis so we can respond to their needs in real time. These needs may include beds, food, diapers, assistance with a utility bill. CarePortal also allows us to meet the needs of families within our congregation, such as meals or help with household chores after surgery.
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A holistic approach towards addressing poverty. Participants learn new skills, get helpful info and support, and receive encouragement through community. Join us for our Visitor’s night the first Tuesday of each month or contact us for more information.
Where do I start?
Want to serve people in our community, but aren't sure what would be the best fit? Let us help. For information on opportunities through your campus, contact:
Centerville - Jane Piatt;
Northmontt - Doug Carroll;
Springboro - Andrew Reick;
Beavercreek - Nathan Jager
Did you know that every two seconds someone in the US needs bloods? You can be someone’s hero by taking a just an hour of your time to donate blood at the Paula Lithander Blood Drive.
Backpack Food for Friends
We partner with Community Table, a partnership of local churches, Northmont City Schools and other community businesses, to help relieve food insecurities for the Northmont area families.
Feeding Friends Food Pantry
We partner with other local churches to help provide a food pantry at Harmony Creek Church. You can help pack boxes, bag pet food, or distribute food.
Franklin Downtown Help Center
Serve with the Help Center on the last Saturday of each month by helping provide food, meals, clothing, housing items and other needs for local under-served families.
Hannah's Treasure Chest
They enrich the lives of children by providing clothing, books, safety equipment and hygiene items including diapers.
Life Enrichment Center
The LEC is working to fight the spread of addiction, hunger, and joblessness on the East Side of Dayton.
Help deliver home furnishings to under-served families. You can also donate household items and furniture.
Springboro Community Asst. Center
The SCAC is a nonprofit organization assisting families in the Springboro area in need of food and other services. We also collect non-perishable food items and toiletries at our campus.
This faith-based, after-school program mentors young men through homework assistance and tutoring, entrepreneurship, and weekly Bible studies.
Our outreach ministries are designed around a framework called ACTS. Through the ACTS process, we help the underserved around the world find hope in ways that promote dignity, build strong relationships and bring to life the God-given gifts of all people.