DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The WDTN/Dayton’s CW Coats for Kids campaign is taking on the challenge of keeping kids warm this winter. It is the 31st year that Coats for Kids is collecting new and washable coats and accessories for children and adults in need. The campaign begins Friday, October 3 through November 2. Now is the time to clear out your closets of
These items are critical needs – we are either very low or out of the item. All goods should be new or nearly new condition – we give children clothing they can be proud to wear to boost their self-esteem and lower the stress of their situation. Infants Baby towels/washcloths Onesies, sleepers, NB-18M Baby rattles, books & toys Boys Gym shoes & boots, all
Laser Web Dayton, 533 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd. in the Normandy Square Plaza, is partnering with Hannah’s Treasure Chest to raise money and collect clothing items for the well-known children’s non-profit organization. Until November 24, every party booked at Laser Web will result in a 15% donation to Hannah’s. Additionally, Laser Web will provide customers with a “buy one, get one free” coupon for services when
Disney On Ice Warm Hands Drive for Hannah’s Treasure Chest to Take Place at Dayton Mall on Saturday, Sept. 27 Free ticket vouchers given with the donation of new gloves, mitten or hat Receive a voucher for a free ticket to the opening performance of Disney on Ice: Heroes & Princesses when you donate a new hat or pair of mittens to Hannah’s Treasure Chest! Visit
Join The Business Network at Hannah’s Treasure Chest for a networking open house. Enjoy tours and refreshments, and meet new business contacts in the community. 10 minute chair massages offered by the staff of Premier Family Healthcare, LLC – Dr Russell Hulbert, Chiropractor. Suggested $10 donation at the door benefits Hannah’s Treasure Chest. Please RSVP using the following link to let us know you’re coming! https://hannahsbenefit.eventbrite.com/
First stop for the HTC crew will be the Dayton Food Bank on June 25th, where they will tour and then work on a volunteer project. Habitat for Humanity is their next stop on July 9th, where the team will build Adirondack chairs for the ReStore as a fundraiser. The group’s final visit for the summer will be Matthew 25 Ministries in Blue Ash, on July 30.
“We’re broadening our horizons and our definition of how Hannah’s Treasure Chest fits into this community by reaching beyond our walls to help other agencies,” said executive director Sarah Williams. “Our volunteers have enjoyed learning how we impact organizations like Samaritan Behavioral Health and UCDRC (Urban Child Development Resource Center) during their visits. Now it’s time to go visit them and make a different kind of impact.”
Williams began this collaboration last year when she began inviting area agencies such as the Dayton Foundation and the Food Bank to attend the organization’s monthly volunteer luncheons and talk about their missions. In 2014, Williams focused in on the agencies that partner with Hannah’s Treasure Chest to enrich the lives of the children they serve.
“Volunteering is something we in the nonprofit world provide other businesses all the time. It makes sense we could benefit from it, too,” said Catherine Myers, Development Associate with Habitat for Humanity. “And, it’s a great way to develop strong partnerships with other NPOs.”
Gather a foursome, or let us match you with some new partners for a round of golf at challenging Jamaica Run Golf Club on July 25, 2014! Event will include raffles, silent auction, prizes and contests, all to support Hannah’s Treasure Chest.Be prepared to show off your zany side by dressing for the Craziest Outfit contest! $75 per player or $300 for a foursome
The event is a combination social-networking event for business people and a fundraising event for the charity. The suggested $10 donation at the door will support the programs at Hannah’s Treasure Chest. Beer, wine and light appetizers will be served. RSVP for the event at http://bit.ly/HTC-OpenHouse. In-kind donations are also encouraged – bring your children’s outgrown, gently used toys, clothing, books and equipment to donate
Held in conjunction with Centerville’s legendary Citywide Garage Sale! Come find excellent buys on toys, clothing, holiday decorations, household items, nursery goods, bikes & large toys, helmets, furniture and much, much more! All proceeds from this sale are used to purchase items on our wishlist such as underwear, socks, gym shoes, jeans and other high-demand items to better enrich the lives of the
Spread the word! These are the items we need most this week: Equipment Baby bathtubs Bouncy seats Infant car seats Highchairs Boys Gym shoes, all sizes Pants & shirts, sz 2T, 3T, 5T, 7 Coats, sz 6 mo, 12 mo, 2T Underwear, sz 4, 12 Girls Gym shoes, all sizes Pants & shirts, sz 2T, 3T, 4T, 5T, 6, 7, 8 Coats, infant sizes