Just over a month ago tornados changed the life of so many in our community. There is still a huge need for support, with the number need being funds to help these displaced citizens. There are also many ways you can volunteer.
VOLUNTEER & SUPPLY DONATION OPPORTUNITIES
Northridge Area Food Banks (Two Donation Centers in Same Location)
Northridge area Food Bank is in need of volunteers as those who have been on site daily need a break. Help is needed sorting and distributing food Tu
es-Saturday 12pm – 6pm. It is not required to stay all day, work however many hours you can.
2251 Timber Lane. Dayton, Ohio 45414
Pippin’s Market NEW HOURS, collection of donations and distribution continues.
Operating weekly on the following days and times.
We will need volunteers to be scheduled in advance for all dates. If you would like to volunteer, please message our page to sign up! We are looking for 10 volunteers for each day.
Or you can send a message to our page to schedule delivery. You can also contact Hayley Carson at (937)269-9186 to schedule delivery.
We will continue this as long as we can!
5440 Olive Road
MANNA Worldwide Warehouse Project – Dayton, OH
Weekly opportunities available, allowing you to play a vital role as we work together to impact lives and bring about change within your communities.
Volunteers at Family Assistance Center (at 1500 Shiloh Springs Road)
Volunteers are needed daily, for information please call 937-610-6012
Lutheran Social Services
Volunteer opportunities for a wide variety of relief efforts.
Crayons to Classrooms
Crayons to Classrooms has a variety of opportunities for volunteers to support students and teachers impacted by the storms.
Trotwood schools will be accepting donations of for uniforms, school supplies and book bags. For information please contact Tyrone Olverson – Superintendent of Schools at 937-854-3050 x 1100
Donations of Furniture
St Vincent De Paul is need donations of furniture (chairs, tables, sofas, lamps, etc)
– Deliver to 945 S Edwin C. Moses Blvd (M-F, 7:30am – 4:45pm, Saturday, 9:30am – 3:40pm)
Advocates for displaced families / individuals
Hundreds of advocates needed—match each displaced family with a supportive family. Consistent contact for support and encouragement for 3 months
– LivingCityProject.org for more info and to sign up
RESOURCES TO SHARE
***Family Assistance Center (Only open until 28 Jun)
1500 Shiloh Springs Rd
Trotwood, Ohio 45426
***FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers***
Trotwood-Madison High School
4440 N Union Rd Trotwood, Ohio 45426
Hours: Mon-Sun 7am-7pm
West Milton Area
In Miami County, the Disaster Resource Center will be located at Milton-Union High School, 7640 Milton-Potsdam Road, West Milton. The dates and times of the Disaster Resource Center will be:
• Friday, June 28 — 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Saturday, June 29 — 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Sunday June 30 — 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday, July 1 — 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Visitors should park on the south side of the building and go into the double doors marked M25. Agencies will be in the cafeteria.
Located at Shaw Elementary School, 3560 Kemp Road, and will be open Monday through Sunday from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Old North Dayton Area
Dayton Childrens – Child’s Health Pavilion located at 1010 Valley St., seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
You can also register online at https://www.disasterassistance.gov/
Or call at 800-621-3362
***Miami Valley Community Action Partnership https://miamivalleycap.org/tornado-recovery-assistance/ If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 937-250-7911 or schedule your appointment online: https://mvcap.itfrontdesk.com/disasterrelief/
United Way of the Greater Dayton Area Dial 2-1-1 or call 937-225-3000
American Red Cross Cincinnati/Dayton Region 370 West 1st Street Dayton, Ohio 45402 937-222-6711 Case Management 844-810-5844 8am-8pm
The Job Center, 1111 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd 937-225-5627
HUD Division of Housing and Neighborhood Development 101 W. Third St Dayton, Ohio 45401 937-333-4209
Greater Dayton Premier Management 400 Wayne Ave Dayton, Ohio 937-910-7500, Housing DMHA.org
Diabetes Dayton: 2555 S Dixie Dr, 937-220-6611 Accepting donations of and making available emergency diabetes management supplies
Society of St. Vincent de Paul: 124 W Apple St 937-222-5555 24/7 clothing, food, shelter, furniture, household items, baby/new mother needs, financial assistance.
Reach Out of Montgomery County: 25 E. Foraker 937-258-2000 Emergency Medication; Long or short term Case management; Clinic access if PCP is not available for med fill (ER avoidance)
Clothes That Work: 1133 S Edwin C Moses 937-222-3778 Workplace clothing for referred disaster relief clients referred by a partner agency (please call) Good Neighbor House: 627 E First Street 937-224–3003 Emergency Food;Free Counseling Services
Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley: 922 W. Riverview Ave. 937-223-7217 Emergency Food; Financial Assistance for Personal Documents Recovery/ Transportation/ Rent/Deposit/Utilities;Long or short term Case management; Baby/
Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. & Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Inc.: 130 W. 2nd St., Ste. 700 937-535-4432 ABLE and LAWO is providing information to victims of the tornado on the following topics: housing issues, including your rights regarding security deposits, evictions, land contracts and leases, and damages to structures; replacing lost documents; help with food and belongings; insurance issues; small business concerns; replacing lost documents; unemployment, and avoiding scams. Bilingual assistance is available. Office hours are Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Abigail Journey: 915 Salem Ave. 937-266-2837 Emergency Food; Emergency Material Household Goods – Bedding, pans, dishes, cleaning supplies, towels, washcloths, hotpads, cutting boards, silverware, etc.; Debris Clean Up – Free; Baby/New mother needs
GDAA Rent Foundation /Greater Dayton Apartment Association: 3155 Elbee Road Suite 300 937-293-1170 Financial Assistance for Rent & Deposit; Relief Fund Donation
The Foodbank, Inc. 56 Armor Place 937-461-0265 Mon, Tue, Wed drive thru open 9a-2p and Friday 1p-3p
American Red Cross: 370 W. First St., 937-222-6711 Emergency Food, shelter; financial assistance, Material Household Goods. Short-to-midterm casework (30-45 days). Replace medications. Disaster Mental Health services. Personal preparedness
Salvation Army Kroc Center 1000 N. Keowee St Dayton, Ohio
**** Montgomery County residents have received a special extension for applying for replacement SNAP food assistance. Because significant damage challenged so many residents in their ability to apply in a timely manner, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services granted an extension until Friday, July 5, to request replacement benefits. Such replacement benefits usually must be requested within 10 days of the loss.
Other Counties Info:
Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties:
1055 East High Street Springfield, OH 45505937-322-0648
Behavior Health/Grief support Topics include: crisis reactions, long-term stress you may have or experience because of the tornadoes, and helpful coping mechanisms.
Greene County Public Health: 360 Wilson Dr Xenia, Oh 45385 937-374-5600
Financial Assistance for Personal Documents Recovery ;Behavior Health/Grief support