Items Needed Now
Clermont Pets Alive! depends on generous donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations to fund our programs, supplies, and operational expenses. CPA! provides animals in its program with food, shelter, veterinary care, obedience training and the promotion and matching necessary to find a forever family.
As a non-profit organization, we work on a limited budget and have to be very concerned about our expenses. You can help us keep expenses down by purchasing needed equipment and supplies. Many needed items are on our Amazon Wish List! In-kind donations are tax deductible. We appreciate your support!The Farm also accepts:
Gorman Heritage Farm
10052 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241
- Gift Cards to local stores for school and camp supplies
- Tools in good condition
- New Office Supplies including copy paper, rubber bands, paper clips, pens, pencils, etc
Many of you are looking for ways to help our neighbors during this unprecedented time. While we must be socially distant, we are eagerly anticipating days together again.We are working with our community partners to provide books to children through their meal distribution efforts and anticipate our blood inventory will be depleted shortly.While home, if you could please put aside any children’s books, we can coordinate conditions once the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.Thank you for thinking of those in need during this difficult time.
Books needed! for
Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati
635 W 7th St, Cincinnati, OH 45203
Message from Cincinnati City Council Member Chris Seelbach: Can you help? Our largest homeless shelter doesn't have enough cleaning supplies. Can you help those most vulnerable by donating cleaning supplies to Shelterhouse? You can drop off supplies (while wearing mask) at 411 Gest Street between 9:00am -7:00pm.
We are an operating behavioral health and early learning provider serving 20,000 people annually in southwest Ohio and are in need of face masks and gloves to protect children, adults and staff and cleaning items to sanitize our agency locations in Eastgate (3 buildings), Mt. Orab and Norwood. We are in need of disinfecting wipes and Lysol spray. We could also use child and adults size gloves and masks.Items for all our buildings to be dropped off at 4633 Aicholtz Road Cincinnati, OH 45244 and we can distribute to our other buildings, but please let us know in advance. Thank you for helping kids and families stay safe!
Child Focus Inc
4629 Aicholtz Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45244
Below is a list of our essential donation needs. We ask that all other in-kind donations be held until further notice (with the exception of Shelter meals). We ask that all donation drop-offs be scheduled with Sara Kahmann, who is available at [email protected] or (859) 292-9352.ESSENTIAL DONATION NEEDS:
Welcome House of Northern Kentucky
205 W Pike St, Covington, KY 41011
- Hand sanitizer
- Antibacterial hand soap
- Sanitizing wipes, sprays, and liquid cleaner
- Baby wipes
- Bottled water
- Foods that don’t require cooking (for example, canned tuna & chicken, peanut butter, crackers, granola & protein bars, canned soups with tab-top, etc.)
- Fever-reducing medicines (non-ibuprofen)
- Cold & flu medicines
- Vitamin C
- Sleeping bags
- Size 4 diapers
- Ground coffee
- Adult underwear (Must be new)
- Adult socks (Must be new)
We are in need of paper towels, multipurpose cleaners, hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes, disposable gloves, masks (20). They will be used for front line workers and anyone who is sick and has to live in the community shelter.These products will help keep healthy spaces for employees to work and residents to live.Items can be mailed or delivered 9 AM - 6 PM, but please sign up to let us know in advance.
Hope House Rescue Mission, Inc.
1001 Grove St, Middletown, OH 45044
IPM has a current need for new and gently used coats. There is a high need for larger sizes. Coats can be dropped off at the Newtown or Amelia Pantry on Wednesdays from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. There will be a bin available for drop-off. Please do not bring other clothing. We are only able to accept coats at this time.
Learning Grove is distributing emergency food, hygiene and household supplies, diapers and wipes, and educational materials to families in need during the crisis. Our pantry supports families in need in Price Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:00am-1:00pm.Items needed for the pantry include:
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- Baby food
- Diapers (all sizes) and baby wipes
- Antibacterial hand soap, hand sanitizer
- Shampoo, deodorant
- Dish soap, Cleaning supplies
- Canned and dry goods such as rice, beans, vegetables, etc.
We take craft and art supply donations by appointment. Check our Donation Guide to see what we are currently accepting.List of items we generally accept:
1334 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202
- Paper and Paint Materials
- Natural items such as pinecones
- Beads and jewelry making supplies
- Wood, tile, and glass
- Party supply items like tissue paper and gift bags
- Adhesives and solvents
- Drawing material
- Craft supplies
- Metal and hardware
- Office supplies
- Paper goods and books
Items we will accept include:
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
3333 burnet ave cincinnati, OH 45229
- Healthcare gloves
- Face shields
- Hand Sanitizer
- N95 Masks
- Safety Glasses / Goggles
- Disinfectant wipes
- Facial Tissues
Donate a jar of Jif or a pack of pasta, maybe some mac and cheese or Hamburger Helper. Our Amazon Wish List has what our neighbors need and lets you shop from the safety and comfort of your living room. Go to our Amazon Wish List.
St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati
1146 Bank St, Cincinnati, OH 45214
Take advantage of your time at home by cleaning out your closets, basement, garage, kids’ rooms, attic, bedroom, living room, man cave, anywhere there are items you don’t need. Just wait until our stores reopen before calling to schedule a donation pick up or dropping off your items at one of our locations.
St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati
1146 Bank St, Cincinnati, OH 45214
We cannot do what we do, without YOU!Each year, with the generosity of our community partners and donors, Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship off-sets programming costs for our patients, participants and their families by 80 percent.Please consider making a financial contribution, so that we can maintain current programming fees, which only cover 20 percent of the total cost of delivery.
Donate Today! for
Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship
1342 US Hwy 50, Milford OH 45150
Help fill a real need during the COVID-19 crisis for the homeless in our community!Donate food & supplies for "Meals to Go"!Our homeless shelter has had to make some major last-minute changes in order to abide by the mandated guidelines for social distancing and group gatherings during this time. In order to follow the guidelines and continue to protect everyone as best we can, we have had to limit the number of people served in our dining room to our shelter residents, but we will continue to provide food for those in the community.We are providing carryout meals to people in the community each evening. We are in need of donations of the food in order to prepare "Meals to Go" to distribute.In order to monitor the sanitation and regulate the number of meals each day, our staff will prepare the meals in our kitchen. This is to help ensure that food doesn't go to waste, and that we have the right number of meals!If you would like to help, we are suggesting the following guidelines:- Whole packages of lunch meat (turkey, bologna, etc). - Whole packages of sliced cheese - Loaves of bread - Small bags of chips - Bottled waterPLEASE CONTACT OUR VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR, HANNAH ANDERSON AND SHE WILL RESPOND WITH DETAILS AND ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS: [email protected]The food donations can be dropped off at our shelter on Dalton Avenue, but please contact Hannah prior to dropping off donations. [email protected]
City Gospel Mission
1805 Dalton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45214
Matthew 25: Ministries is responding to COVID-19. To date, we have distributed approximately 1,378,000 pounds of emergency supplies to over 700 organizations—including hospitals, fire departments, police departments, nursing homes, schools, healthcare facilities, and more. These items make a tremendous impact and will help support our partners’ tireless efforts as they care for high-risk populations including the sick, the elderly, the impoverished, and others in need.Supplies provided include approximately 58,000 face masks, 394,000 gloves, 84,500 bottles of hand sanitizer, 21,400 packages of disinfecting wipes, 120,800 rolls of paper products, 191,500 packages of soap, 4,780,000 batteries, 220,000 diapers, plus additional personal protective equipment, personal care products, and cleaning items.Hospitals, health care facilities, first responders, or other organizations who are in need of supplies such as personal protective equipment, medical supplies, cleaning products, personal care products, batteries, or other essential items may email [email protected] to submit a request for product, and we will connect with you soon.
Matthew 25: Ministries
11060 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242