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Eviction Crisis will lead to increased homelessness Millions of Americans soon face eviction in a “completely predictable and entirely preventable” crisis. Evictions are not only the result of – but also a cause of – deeper poverty leading to increasing homelessness, particularly among families with children. Often when people get
Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness December 29, 2020
Ohio has started distributing safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines statewide to those who choose to be vaccinated. The COVID-19 vaccine development process included steps comparable with those used to develop previous vaccines, such as the flu or measles vaccine. As COVID-19 vaccines progressed through the thorough process to obtain emergency use
Shared by Hamilton County Public Health December 18, 2020
No one should be homeless. Thanks to our supporters, Michelle isn’t. Michelle had a goal: to get her high school diploma and make a better life for her family. Stable housing made it possible. Thanks to your generosity, today she and her young daughters are safely housed. Michelle was lucky.
Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness December 17, 2020
Many people know that Freestore Foodbank partners with 500+ partner agencies like food pantries, shelters and soup kitchens. We also have two job training programs to help people address the main reason for hunger — poverty. These workforce development programs help unemployed and underemployed people gain the skills they need
Shared by Freestore Food Bank, Trisha Rayner for Media Inquiries December 15, 2020
Cincinnati, OH (December 14, 2020) – bi3, Bethesda Inc.’s grantmaking initiative, has awarded $50,000 to Central Clinic Behavioral Health for building capacity, educating clinicians and telehealth training. “In today’s environment, it is important that the behavioral health therapists stay up-to-date with the latest technology to interact with patients,” says Dr.
Shared by Central Clinic Behavioral Health December 14, 2020
The holidays are upon us. They’re a time of joy and celebration but can also be a time of stress for many. And this year with the hardship caused by COVID-19, they’ll present a bigger challenge than ever for our neighbors facing hunger. Will you join us with a gift
Shared by Freestore Food Bank, Trisha Rayner for Media Inquiries December 13, 2020
smile.amazon.com What is AmazonSmile? AmazonSmile is an easy way for you to help your favorite charity simply by doing your Amazon shopping on smile.amazon.com instead. When you first visit smile.amazon.com, you’ll be prompted to select your favorite charitable organization. Once you’ve done this, Amazon will start donating 0.5% of all your
Shared by United Resource Connection December 10, 2020
From the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Update: Stay Safe Ohio Protocol, Curfew Extension, Sports Variance Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. STAY SAFE OHIO PROTOCOL Governor DeWine today unveiled the new Stay Safe Ohio Protocol.
Shared by Hamilton County Public Health December 10, 2020
DONATE NOW X2 It’s Double Your Dollars Day! Double Your Dollars Day has arrived—24 hours dedicated to ending hunger in the tristate. Our goal this year is $350,000 ($700,000 matched). It’s our most ambitious goal ever, and for good reason. We need every dollar to continue to respond
Shared by Freestore Food Bank, Trisha Rayner for Media Inquiries December 9, 2020
Many in our community are under stress during the COVID-19 pandemic’s forced isolation, loss of jobs, virtual education, and other lifestyle changes. We also recognize that domestic/partner and child abuse are more hidden now with isolation from friends and school. The Hamilton County Commission on Women and Girls created
Shared by United Resource Connection December 4, 2020