Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC) has been selected as a finalist for the Dayton & Miami Valley Better Business Bureau 2018 Eclipse Integrity Award in the category of nonprofits with 1+ full-time employees. Executive director Sarah Williams, CNP, said that the staff, board, and volunteers at Hannah’s Treasure Chest are honored and excited that the organization was named a finalist this year. “The process of creating the
Generous donations from Dayton Children’s Hospital, Evenflo, and individuals from the community have provided car seats for nearly 100 local children through our Buckle Up Pumpkin initiative! In October our warehouse manager reported that the waiting list for car seats had grown to 60 children, with more requests being made each day. Some children had been on the list since June of the prior
Join us for coffee and donuts on September 26! Take a quick tour and see how donated children’s items become a care package for a child in need.
DAYTON, OH – Staff and volunteers of local nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC) visited East End Community Services (EECS) for their second Hannah’s Day Out volunteer adventure of the year. HTC partners with the neighborhood social service agency to provide care packages to the clients served by EECS. The HTC crew toured the main facility at 624 Xenia Ave in Dayton to learn more
DAYTON, OH – Staff and volunteers of local nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC) volunteered recently at Centerville Washington-Township Park District (CWPD) for the first of their annual Hannah’s Days Out volunteer adventures. On June 14, the HTC crew visited CWPD’s Kennebrook Nature Center to clean the Nature Nook and plant bee-friendly flowers in the area. Unfortunately, Mother Nature did not cooperate with the outdoor
DAYTON, OHIO (January 23, 2017) ̶Paul Robinson, Chief Deputy Treasurer of Montgomery County, has been elected as 2017-2019 chair of the board of directors for Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC). Robinson also serves on the organization’s finance committee and most recently served as board secretary. He has been a strong supporter of the organization since his 2014 involvement through Leadership Dayton. Robinson succeeds Dr. Stuart
What is something that people might be surprised to learn about you? I have been here so long, I thought they all knew everything about me! I did have a new addition to the family, my great grand-daughter born January 21! What brought you to HTC? I started volunteering at Dayton Children’s Hospital, but due to medical reasons I had to find other volunteer
2016 was a year of significant progress for Hannah’s Treasure Chest which was made possible thanks to the strong community of supporters like you. After intense discussion and planning, the team of volunteers and staff rearranged significant portions of our warehouse to get us settled into our newly expanded 3,200 sq ft addition. Teams from LexisNexis and Centerville Rotary Club helped with painting and
Thank you to all who gave to Hannah’s Treasure Chest THIS #GIVINGTUESDAY! This year, three generous supporters pledged matching gifts totaling $7,000 for our #GivingTuesday fundraising challenge. In response, our community provided an amazing $8,541 in just 24 hours for a grand total of $15,541 to support our organization and mission on #GivingTuesday 2016! Your gifts allow us to consistently provide care packages of high-quality necessities to enrich the
It is hard to believe that I have officially been with Hannah’s Treasure Chest for 5 years! What a joy it has been and every day presents a new challenge. The best part of my time at HTC has been getting to know the volunteers and working with so many other area agencies to help thousands of children in need. Growing our network of
Lavonne Warner (lead inventory volunteer) began volunteering at Hannah’s Treasure Chest about 13 years ago, when HTC was located in the upper level of Spanish Village. When she began, there were only a handful of volunteers. Questions: What brought you to HTC? A friend told me about the need for volunteers and our church women were looking for a project to help those in
Earn Donations for Hannah’s While You Shop It’s easy… just shop, swipe your card & earn! Register your Dorothy Lane Market and Kroger customer appreciation cards, and a portion of your purchase value will be donated to Hannah’s Treasure Chest. Both DLM and Kroger require cards to be re-enrolled each year. Dorothy Lane Market Enroll in-store, or online at www.dorothylane.com/ClubDLM/goodneighborsign-up.html Our organization number is
Dear Friend, I’ve been involved indirectly or directly with Hannah’s Treasure Chest for close to 10 years now as a supportive spouse to a volunteer, a shelving builder, and a donation retriever. Currently, I am serving as Chairman of the Board which has allowed me to assist in HTC’s growth and changes for the past several years. I have the pleasure of revealing exciting
I’ve been involved indirectly or directly with Hannah’s Treasure Chest for close to 10 years now as a supportive spouse to a volunteer, a shelving builder, and a donation retriever. Currently, I am serving as Chairman of the Board which has allowed me to assist in HTC’s growth and changes for the past several years. I have the pleasure of revealing exciting news for
Our thanks to Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty for their grant of $3,400 in 2015! This grant especially supported Beds for Babies cribs, Brighter Smiles dental kits and Blankets & Bears for 45 children in Butler County.
I am very happy to report that on July 17, Hannah’s Treasure Chest fielded a fun and successful 2nd Annual “Chip In for Children” golf scramble at Jamaica Run Golf Course. Fifty-seven golfers joined us for a fun morning of golf and a great lunch catered by Far Hills Catering. From the players’ comments, they all had a great time. The scramble format allowed