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How You Can Help

How you can help during the pandemic
Below is a listing of organizations in the Greater Loveland community in need of volunteers and/or donations.
Please contact these organizations directly with any questions you may have. 

Loveland Community Resources

Loveland Community Resources is an organization made up of a long list of local governmental entities, including Loveland Schools, businesses, and charitable organizations that are working together to mitigate the negative impact on the community of the health and economic crisis. Volunteers are needed to answer phones and coordinate resources.
For more information, visit the Loveland Community Resources website.

NEST Community Learning Center

NEST Community Learning Center fosters student-school-parent-community relationships to improve outcomes for children. Both volunteers and donations are needed.

The Loveland Interfaith Effort (LIFE) Food Pantry

The Loveland Interfaith Effort (LIFE) Food Pantry has been serving the Greater Loveland community since 1988 by providing food and support for the less fortunate. 
VOLUNTEERS are needed:

  • to assist with the distribution of food and helping families. For more information, contact the pantry (513.583.8222) or use the online LIFE Food Pantry Volunteer Sign Up.
  • to pick up food donations from local businesses and deliver it to the pantry. Sign up via the online Donation Delivery Sign Up.
  • to run numerous seasonal programs throughout the year. Please use this contact form if you are willing to assist with any of these programs.
  • DONATIONS

    Food: LIFE Food Pantry
    Monetary: LIFE Food Pantry

    The Care Center (Northstar Church)

    The Care Center distributes personal care, cleaning supplies, and paper goods to our neighbors in need. These items aren’t available with other forms of assistance and the families served don’t have the ability to stock up on these critical resources. Items requested for donation are listed on the Care Center Donation Drive form and can be dropped off on the SECOND SATURDAY of every month.
    Monetary donations are appreciated as well. 

    Loveland Legacy Foundation

    Loveland Legacy Foundation provides assistance with bills for unemployed workers from Loveland businesses. The foundation collects gift cards for the "necessities of life" (food, gas, home & auto repair, etc.) and distributes them to unemployed workers to help bridge the gap. Please consider a monetary donation or the donation of a gift card.
    For more information, please visit the Loveland Legacy Foundation website.

    Clermont County Safety Net Alliance

    The Safety Net Alliance is a collaboration of social service agencies and other entities committed to providing effective and efficient emergency assistance to Clermont County residents in need. Agencies can login and create an "ad" for any volunteer opportunities they have available.  These "ads" will be placed by agency reps only, however, the general public will be able to see what volunteer opportunities are available for services agencies, churches and individuals looking to volunteer. See Volunteer Opportunities here.

    3D Printed Face Shields for Cincy

    The 3D Printed Face Shields for Cincy group unites Cincinnati and tri-state area 3D printing enthusiasts who pledge to donate their time and efforts to create, distribute, and donate free face shields to Cincinnati-based hospitals and clinics to combat COVID-19. Face shields will be produced and donated as long as there is a need for them.
    If you are interested in making 3D printed face shields for area hospitals and clinics or are willing to donate supplies, please contact 3D Printed Face Shields for Cincy via this Google form. You can join the Facebook Group here.

    SOSforPPE

    SOSforPPE is a new nonprofit organization helps front line caregivers during the coronavirus pandemic. SOSforPPE is looking to build up its volunteer network - people at home who can help hospitals by supplying Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits. Volunteers help by assembling the kits at home and then provide them to front line caregivers. How you can help:
     
    Make/Assemble (https://sosforppe.org/make-ppe)
    Donate PPE (https://sosforppe.org/supplied-ppe)
    For more information, see www.sosforppe.org.
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