If you missed us on 96.7 FM’s Mid Ohio Breakfast Club this morning, here are some updates from our partner agencies!
Big Brothers Big Sisters Fundraiser Shopping Event!
Stop by the Plain City Costco THIS Saturday, May 12 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. to get the best deals for Memorial Day and to learn more about what a Costco membership can do for your family.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Union County will receive up to $20 when you sign up for a new Costco membership. Memberships start at $60 per year. Come support what Big Brothers Big Sisters of Union County is doing and save BIG this summer!
Personal Needs Pantry at The Hope Center
The Personal Needs Pantry is one of the compassion ministries at The Hope Center. Their goal is to assist low income clients by providing hygiene and cleaning products. They also sometimes have a limited amount of food. Families may visit the Personal Needs Pantry once per month and a referral is required after the first visit. Hours are Monday/Thursdays 5 - 7 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. - Noon; and the first Wednesday of each month from Noon - 2 p.m. The Community Kitchen at the Hope Center is also open during Pantry’s weekday hours, so shop the pantry and stay for a meal!
Volunteer Alert! Discovery Riders - Therapeutic Riding and Learning Center
Come volunteer and become part of the Discovery Rider Family!
Currently located in Zanesfield, Discovery Riders is a community-oriented non-profit that provides people with physical, developmental and emotional disabilities an opportunity to improve their lives through horsemanship.
Discovery Riders is accredited through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International and enables the partnering of horses and individuals with needs to promote learning, independence, empowerment, and quality of life.
No riding or therapy background required! Volunteers must be 14 years of age, complete an application and orientation, train with volunteer staff and have a positive attitude.
2-1-1 is your FREE, CONFIDENTIAL, 24/7 information and referral hotline that can help you with all your social service needs!
The majority of inquiries we receive at the United Way of Union County can be answered through 2-1-1 including information on where you can get help regarding: food, clothing, shelter,
housing, rent/utility assistance, counseling, help for substance abuse, domestic violence services, sexual assault advocacy, transportation, support groups, senior services, help with aging parents,
childcare, employment resources, legal assistance and health care! Or call for info on how you can give help through volunteer opportunities, donating food/clothing, and connect with civic organizations, youth activities, schools and community services!