updated March 23, 2020
Below is a growing list of opportunities to support others in Clermont County during this time of need and uncertainty.
James Sauls Homeless Shelter
James Sauls Homeless Shelter immediate needs:
Interparish Ministries (IPM)
Interparish Ministries (IPM) is putting together senior food packs to help support the most vulnerable population who are at the greatest risk of fatality – our Seniors. Please see their needs below:
Clermont Senior Services
Clermont Senior Services are providing meals and emergency supplies to our Seniors – ONLY NEW UNOPENED ITEMS:
COVID-19 Regional Response Fund
In response to the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) and United Way of Greater Cincinnati, in partnership with Procter & Gamble, bi3, Fifth Third Foundation, The Kroger Co. Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation and The Scripps Howard Foundation, have activated a cross-sector regional response to quickly address the critical needs of our community.
To contribute to the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund, please text RAPID to 91999 or complete the form on this page.
UC Clermont Bearcats Pantry Fund
The University of Cincinnati Foundation has recently organized a series of emergency funds to assist the UC Family in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To support the students in need, please consider making a donation to the Clermont Bearcats Pantry Fund. This pantry has always been a vital resource for students and there is a critical need for basic resources at this time.
In order to assist the community during this immediate time of need, UC Clermont is donating the remaining items in the food pantry to the local agency, the James Sauls Homeless Shelter. Your support will be critical to allow to rebuild the pantry after campus reopens.
Clermont County Emergency Management Agency & Clermont County Public Health at 513-732-7499
Clermont County Emergency Management Agency & Clermont County Public Health are in search of companies who have with personal protective equipment, such as N95 masks, that they could donate for public safety and healthcare facilities. Donations can be directed to the Clermont County Public Health at 513-732-7499 .
We’ve created a special Facebook Group to show additional support for our local business community. Restaurants and retail owners can share carryout/delivery options, menus, shop hours and other community announcements.