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.
Pantry Needs: SPRING CLEANING ITEMS!!!
Personal Care items - toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, soap, adult diapers, etc.
All of our Pantry needs can be found on our Amazon Wishlist: MHA Pantry Wishlist
By purchasing items from our Amazon wish list you can have our most needed donations shipped directly to us.When you shop Amazon for anything, consider shopping via Amazon Smile and choose us as your donation organization. We will receive a percentage of your purchases
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:
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
This list was created and is maintained by our Child Life team, and it contains the most commonly-used items for patients and families— age-appropriate toys, craft supplies, special items for celebrations, activities that distract kids during procedures and more.
To purchase something from our Wish List, follow these three easy steps:
NewPath Child and Family Solutions, a premier behavioral & mental health, specialized education and child welfare agency. We support more than 4500 kids in 9 counties in southwest Ohio.
Would you help our kids by donating Art Supplies?
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.
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!
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:
Antibacterial hand soap
Sanitizing wipes, sprays, and liquid cleaner
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
Size 4 diapers
Adult underwear (Must be new)
Adult socks (Must be new)
AMAZON WISH LIST: We have created this Amazon wish list for the essential items listed above, which will allow shipping straight to Welcome House. Currently many of the items are out of stock, though we encourage you to check back regularly as items are restocked.
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.
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:
Diapers (all sizes) and baby wipes
Antibacterial hand soap, hand sanitizer
Dish soap, Cleaning supplies
Canned and dry goods such as rice, beans, vegetables, etc.
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.
Sales from our eight thrift stores help fund our social services and outreach programs, expanding our capacity to extend relief to tens of thousands of Greater Cincinnati neighbors. Each year, we also distribute over $500,000 worth of no-cost clothing, furniture and basic housewares directly to neighbors in need through our thrift stores.
We are tremendously grateful for everyone who supports our mission through in-kind donations - and your donations may be tax deductible! Visit our website to view our valuation guide.
Your donation of tools is critical to the success of our tool lending program. Tools require a lot of care and attention, from blade replacements to oil changes, and so your donation of accessories and supplies are equally important. We gladly accept donations of new and gently used tools, tool accessories, repair/maintenance supplies, consumable project supplies, and other items that can be used in our warehouse or office.
If you would like to make an in-kind donation to the ToolBank or have any questions, please contact our Program Manager, at (513) 246-0015 or [email protected]