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, OH – Staff and volunteers of local nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC) will continue the tradition of “Hannah’s Day Out” for the fourth year in a row. This unique outreach program brings HTC together with four other area nonprofit organizations over the summer to tour and volunteer for a day. Beginning at Centerville Washington-Township Park District (CWPD) on June 14, the HTC crew will
Our first Hannah’s Day Out was a HUGE success! We toured The Ronald McDonald House and learned about this organization and what it does for the families while their children are at Dayton Children’s and other surrounding hospitals. We had a large group of 22 volunteers and staff, and we were able to clean the family areas, sort food, and do some gardening while
The staff and volunteers of Hannah’s Treasure Chest spent a summer Wednesday morning learning about the Food Bank of Greater Dayton and creating “Happiness Cards” for their care packages. The group plans to volunteer at three other area nonprofits: Homefull, Crayons to Classrooms and Daybreak. Two of the three agencies partner with Hannah’s Treasure Chest to receive care packages to enrich the lives of
LOCAL NONPROFIT SWITCHES UP GIVING BACK FOR 3RD YEAR DAYTON, OH — “Hannah’s Day Out” started out as a fundraising theme for local nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC), but has now become the organization’s annual summer give-back concept. Staff and volunteers from Hannah’s Treasure Chest will visit four nonprofits in the area to tour and volunteer, beginning with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Dayton
DAYTON, OH — “Hannah’s Day Out” started out as a fundraising theme for local nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC), but has now become the organization’s summer give-back concept. Staff and volunteers from Hannah’s Treasure Chest will visit four nonprofits in the area to tour and volunteer, beginning with The Foodbank in Dayton on June 17. The group will visit partner agency Homefull on June 24,
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.”