GET INVOLVED

Because of COVID-19 we are only accepting donations from our wish list. Unfortunately, we can no longer accept clothing or used items. For more information, please call our office directly at (513)934-5250

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HOSTING

There are many ways to get involved at the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Warren County. You can challenge your congregation to become a host or support church, or in the event you are a member of a network church, you can volunteer to prepare meals or stay overnight with the families.

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Heaven & Hearth

IHNWC also works with volunteers who want to take the hands-on approach. The Heaven & Hearth furniture ministry regularly needs assistance picking up furniture. IHNWC also facilitates several projects to enhance the effectiveness of their services, such as rehabilitating transitional housing intended for homeless families. Skilled and unskilled teams of volunteers alike are welcomed to help IHNWC make

positive community changes.

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RUN4HOME 5K

Each year, IHNWC hosts several fundraising events. Simply participating in an event, such as the Run4Home 5k is a fantastic way to involve yourself. These events also require a force of volunteers.

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DONATE

A cash donation to IHNWC will directly benefit the homeless community in Warren County. Other donations are also accepted (click here to view our item wish list), such as gently used furniture, household goods, and even vehicles. Call the IHNWC office for more information on getting involved, or follow one of the links provided below!

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PARTNERING

Want a simple way to help IHNWC?

Make every grocery run count for more!

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SPECIAL NEEDS REQUEST

Diapers size 4,5, and 6

Pot and Pans sets (for the families when they move out)

Paper towels

Cleaning Supplies

Silverware

Gift cards for IHNWC Guests

     -$10 Wal-Mart cards for work clothing

     -$10 Gas cards for transportation to and from work

     -$25 Kroger cards for newly housed families