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Agency, Church, Non-profit, School or Organization NameWhat are the services you provide? What are the eligibility requirements for those who come for assistance?What is the title of your program? Do you need volunteers? Are you accepting donations for your program?Is there any other information you'd like to include?Do you have a website associated with your organization or your specific program?Please provide the First and Last names of the program's main contact AND a phone/email addressWhat is the cut-off date for your signups?
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Wrapping Clermont Together (Landmark Ministries)Food, gifts for children, coats, stocking stuffers, wrapping paper/tape, health & beauty aids, hot meal, etc... (We will give away anything we get donated).ID or Driver's License, Proof of Income, Proof of residence, Must be a Clermont County ResidentWrapping Clermont TogetherAbsolutely, especially on Dec. 16th from 6-9pm and Dec. 17th from 11-4pm both at UC Clermont gymnasium.new gifts ($10 or more), $ towards food, animal food, gently used coats, stocking stuff gifts, NEW socks/underwear packages, health/beauty aids, wrapping paper/tape, etc...Check out our website for more information on collections, volunteering, signing up, etc...They'll need to pre-register before Nov. 30th by calling 201-7112.
Registration is on Sunday, Dec. 4th from 3-7pm at Landmark Baptist Church in Batavia.
www.wrappingclermont.comKrista Little- wrappingclermont@gmail.comNov 30
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Christian help centerWe provide gifts for newborn through 17 years of age. The families get to shop and personally choose gifts for their children. The value of the gifts range from 5 to 35 each depending on age etc. we will service approximately 750 children. They also get a loaded handmade stocking and we have a prayer service and meal provided with their experience. Pre registration is required for this event.

We will also be doing turkey baskets for about 500 families. Again you must pre register and a church service is involved
No Requirements, Age SpecificGrace Christmas storeNo our servants are specially trained and equipped We do accept new quality used gifts/toys How can I access the information on other Christmas programs.Www.christianhelpcenterohio.orgKelly Coulson 513-7359400
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Clermont County Children's Services - The Community Toy ChestThe children in the care of Clermont County Children's Services are sponsored by local business, individual families, organizations etc. that provide Christmas gifts for the children and/or their families. Another form of sponsorship is monetary donations or gift cards are donated to The Community Toy Chest. only chidlren in the care of Children's Services are eligible The Community Toy Chest Due to confidentiality law we are unable to have volunteers. We accept donations throughout the year. Only new items are accepted. n/aSanna Gast/sanna.gast@jfs.ohio.gov
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Milford Miami MinistryThanksgiving dinner (frozen turkey and bag of groceries, NOT a meal served on site)
Christmas dinner (a ham and bag of groceries, NOT a meal served on site) and gifts for children age 17 and under
ID or Driver's License, Proof of residence, Resident of Milford or Miami TownshipThanksgiving and Christmas Programn/atoys, new clothes, food, monetary donations to purchase turkeys and hamsSign-ups for both Thanksgiving and Christmas start on Oct. 11.
Sign-ups for Thanksgiving end on Nov. 17, with pickup on Nov. 21.
Sign-ups for Christmas end on Dec. 8, with pickup on Dec. 17.
www.MMMinistry.orgSteve Reis 513-248-1114see below
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Empower Youth Gifts for children... starter type Christmas 3 gifts and an outfit

Children's programming

Holiday care boxes for holiday break

ID or Driver's License, Age Specific, Students who participate in EY weekend back programEY Christmas Gap FillerYes but will have to submit at a later date.Yes, food items in family portions:
Hamburger helper, frozen 1lb ground beef, family size boxes of cereal, spaghetti sauce, macaroni and cheese boxes, taco kits, spaghetti, boxes of crackers, jars of peanut butter, jars of grape jelly/jam, brownie mix, Pancake mix, syrup, tuna fish, tuna helper

Card games, board games for families, $10 gift cards for Claire's, gift cards for Walmart ($20-25), basketballs, sleds



Please contact us for a form.Empoweryouth.me Lori Conley toempoweryouth@gmail.com November 18
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Miami Valley Christian SchoolVarsity girls basketball team-provides gifts for an orphanage
Clothing Drive for Interparish
Students Christmas programs-musical and band
No RequirementsFall clothing drive at MVCA for InterParish in Newtown, 12/8 7:00 pm Band and Choir Christmas Concert, 12/15 7:00 pm Elementary Christmas ProgramWe are covered by the school familiesyes, clothing items accepted during the month of Novembernone at this timewww.mvca-oh.comJody Hilsher jhilsher@mvca-oh.comno sign ups
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non profitgifts for familiesNo Requirementsgifts for children affected by heroin addiction and foster childrenyes we have room but do not have specific details at this moment. Yes,
Children's clothing and personal items
toys
diapers & wipes
blankets
hats - gloves
coats
braqvechoices.orgbeth bullock12/16/16
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Inter Parish Ministry, Faith-based, non-profit.Adopt-a-Family Program (gifts for whole family, adults and children)
Toy Store (children 12 and under)
$25 Gift Card for Krogers and Frozen turkey/Turkey breast
ID or Driver's License, Proof of residence, Must be a Clermont County Resident, ID for each family memberChristmas Adopt-a-Family ProgramNot really, but if someone is interested they can call Carol Rountree, IPM volunteer coordinator, at 561-3932.Yes.
Adopt a Family or Individual.
Christmas presents for adults and children.
$25 Kroger Cards
Sign ups are to come in and register yourself and or your family. www.interparish.orgSarah Cadle, 561-3932, sarah@interparish.orgOctober 7th, 2016 or until full
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ChurchThanksgiving baskets including a turkeyID or Driver's LicenseMercy WorksMercyWorks opens Monday Nov 21st 5-7pm to distribute
TURKEYFEST Boxes with a Turkey & all the fix-ins to "previously signed up guests" at the MW pantry! Please remember you must be signed up in advance for the TurkeyFest box.

We will begin signing up folks for Thanksgiving Meals (on site) & Turkey/Pie distribution at the MW Pantry beginning WED- OCT 26 at 530-7pm & will continue until current resources are expended.

*MW food pantry will be closed Nov 23 & 24 and available for emergency service by calling 513.346.4090
John SinclairSignups begin Wed Oct 26 until supplies depleted
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Clermont County Public LibraryWe have a mitten tree (including scarves, gloves, hats) from November 1-December 31 at all 10 branches. We send these items to the YMCA House of Peace and to the James Sauls' homeless shelter after the program is finished. No Requirements(formal title) Share Warmth this Holiday Season- Donate Mittens, Hats, and Scarves No, we do not.Yes, new or hand crafted mittens, scarves, hats, and gloves for people of all ages.Not at this time. www.clermontlibrary.orgTracey McCullough, 513-260-9947, tmccullough@clermontlibrary.orgDecember 31
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YWCA House of PeaceThe YWCA House of Peace provides safe and confidential shelter for survivors of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual assault and human trafficking and their children. Suvivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, intimate partner violence and/or human trafficking Women and Children's Holiday Program not for holiday specific but do accept volunteer applications year roundChristmas meal and gifts
Gift examples include: bathrobes, house slippers, winter boots and winter coats, toiletry items, winter scarves, winter pajamas, totes for women all sizes accepted.
For children: age specific toys (age 5-12), winter pajamas, winter coats, winter boots.
Christmas food donations: supplies for Christmas cookies and meal.
Thank you for assisting with the needs of women and children residing in shelter!! www.ywcacin.org Shana Cronican 753-7282 scronican@ywcacin.orgDec. 20
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Child Focus, Inc.Children's Christmas list of itemsMust be an active clientGiving Treen/aYes, new toys and specific new clothing itemsTo be considered for our Annual Giving Tree, they have to be a current Child Focus client and be considered the neediest of the needy by their case worker, family advocate, etc...
www.child-focus.orgShelly Brazier ,5136855280, sbrazier@child-focus.org11/21/2016
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The Salvation ArmyHoliday meals and gifts for children 14 and under.ID or Driver's License, Proof of Income, Proof of residence, Must be a Clermont County Resident, proof of expenses and custody of childrenAngel Tree Programnew toys and clothing for the childrenWe will accept applicant after the 21st of November by only by referral from other agenciesMajor Kathleen KnickerbockerNovember 21
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