LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, OHIO – Throughout May and June, Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC) will be the charity partner of the Liberty Center Foundation’s Change for Charities program where a portion of parking meter proceeds at Liberty Center benefit local non-profits.
“We are excited to have the support of Liberty Center and the Foundation for our mission to enrich the lives of children in need,” said Sarah Williams, CNP, executive director of Hannah’s Treasure Chest. “This is a wonderful opportunity to encourage area families to make a financial gift or share their child’s outgrown items to help another family’s child thrive.”
Hannah’s Treasure Chest, a respected children’s charity in Centerville, OH, enriches the lives of children in need by providing clothing, baby equipment, books, toys, diapers and other essential items through a network of partner agencies in Butler, Greene, Montgomery and Warren counties.
“We had so many worthy charities apply for our Change for Charities program this year and are looking forward to working with the organizations selected to support our community,” said Kevin Cedik, General Manager of Liberty Center. “These groups are making a significant impact on our community and we are happy to support their causes.”
Liberty Center Foundation’s 2017 “Change for Charity” recipients include Primary Health Solutions, Fernside, Hannah’s Treasure Chest, Circle Tail, Inc., Dress for Success Cincinnati, and Success by 6. The six non-profit organizations chosen will benefit from a portion of the parking meter proceeds generated in a two-month span at Liberty Center. Each nonprofit is designated as the highlighted charity for two months and during that time is provided exposure via Liberty Center LED screens, signage and the Liberty-Center.com website.
At Liberty Center, there are 204 parking meters with an additional 4,400 parking spots in adjacent lots and garages. For more information about the Liberty Center Foundation, visit www.liberty-center.com/Guest-Information/Liberty-Center-Foundation.
About Liberty Center
Liberty Center, the $350 million mixed-use project developed by Steiner + Associates, is located on 64 acres at the I-75 and SR 129 interchange in Liberty Township, north of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Liberty Center, which celebrated its official Grand Opening on October 22, 2015, features more than 800,000 square feet of retail, restaurants and entertainment, 75,000 square feet of office space, 240 luxury apartments and a 130-room AC Hotel by Marriott. Anchor tenants include: Dillard’s, the 200,000 square-foot store, which is their first Ohio store built from the ground up; DICK’s Sporting Goods occupies 80,000 square feet; and Cobb Luxury 15 & CineBistro is a new-to-market concept for the company.
For more information, visit www.liberty-center.com.
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About Hannah’s Treasure Chest
Hannah’s Treasure Chest, a respected children’s charity in Centerville, OH, enriches the lives of children in need by providing clothing, baby equipment, books, toys, diapers and other essential items through a network of partner agencies in Butler, Greene, Montgomery and Warren counties. Additional programs include Brighter Smiles dental kits, Beds for Babies and Giving Angels.
Since 2001, Hannah’s Treasure Chest has maintained a warehouse of donated children’s items to respond quickly to client requests. When a partner agency identifies a child in need, Hannah’s Treasure Chest provides a personalized care package to the agency, which in turn delivers them to the child.
For more information about Hannah’s Treasure Chest, please call the office at 937-438-5039, visit www.hannahstreasure.org, follow @hannahstreasure on Twitter, or find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HannahsTreasureChest. Families seeking help should contact the United Way’s Help Line at 937-225-3000.
Sarah Williams, CNP
Hannah’s Treasure Chest
124 Westpark Rd.
Dayton, OH 45459-4815
P: (937) 438-5039