Thank you to Mary Pallone Thornton for making new curtains for our food center. She also serves as a trustee and on council, manages the Monday food center crew, cleans our food center, picks up food from the food bank on Mondays and Fridays.
The First Energy Employees recently volunteered at our food center. They were very helpful and enjoyable to work with.
Thank you to the UBS Financial Services Employees at the Akron and Hudson offices for their continued support and for donating paper products, cleaning supplies and personal care items.
We are grateful to Danielle Duda and Girl Scout Troop 90770 for the large donation of food and shopping bags.
Thank you to Bob Behringer and Amanda Patterson-Behringer for their generosity and support. We really appreciate Amanda taking the time to visit and tour our food center.
We are grateful to Mrs. Gene Stalnaker and her family for their generosity and continued support. We are blessed to have Beth Stalnaker Burch volunteering at our food center.
We appreciate the help and continued support from Wednesday food center volunteers Roger and Brenda Cox. Brenda also helps to clean our food center every week.
We are happy to have Frank Copeland and Anne Shay back volunteering at our food center.
During the month of October, we were open 69 hours and our volunteers served more than 1,303 households.
We are blessed and thankful for ALL of our volunteers and supporters.
The Cuyahoga Falls Good Neighbors annual Christmas program is scheduled for December 17, 18 and 19. Invitations will be going out to over 700 families. We are in desperate need of NEW boy and girl clothing sizes 3-16, men's warm gloves sizes L, XL and 2X, and teen gifts. Drop off is Tuesday and Thursday from 7 am -2 pm and Friday, December 13th from 8 am -12-noon. Our address is 1742 2nd Street across from St. Joseph Catholic Church. Our phone number is 330-928-8057 and hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays are from 9 am -2 pm.
The Ellet Good Neighbors is in need of donations of non-perishable food, clothing and monetary contributions. They have seen an increase in families and individuals visiting their unit for assistance.
The City of Green will have their annual Green Gives Back Drive to benefit the Green Good Neighbors. Donation boxes will be placed at businesses throughout the city.
On October 19, the City of Green collected non-perishable food for the Green Good Neighbors during their annual Halloween Trick or Treat Trail.
The Green Good Neighbors Volunteers are busy preparing for their annual Christmas Drive.
The Superior-Wooster Good Neighbors Volunteers continue to see an increase in families and individuals visiting their unit. They are always in need of personal care items for these families.
Thank you to Lee Thomas for volunteering so many hours every week to manage this unit.
Candy Lorkowski and Gerry Merk recently participated in a panel discussion with members of the Tallmadge community. They will continue to participate in this program that focuses on finding opportunities for service in the community.
The Tallmadge Good Neighbors Volunteers are busy preparing for
their Thanksgiving and Christmas distributions.