Thank you from a family served through our 2017 Giving Angels program. Holiday gifts provided by donors like you made the holidays bright for over 650 children and their families this year. Thank you!
Closed December 14 through January 1, 2018 The office will reopen at 10 AM on January 2. Have donations? Please bag or box your items and place them in the large, blue bins outside the front door of our facility. Bins will be checked frequently throughout the holiday. Large items and equipment can be set beside the bins, as they take up a lot
Hannah’s Treasure Chest would like to extend our sincere thanks to our tree hosts, sponsors, and donors for participating in our 2017 Giving Angels gift program. Your generous support helped make the holidays bright for 647 children and their families throughout the Miami Valley. No one can express the impact of your kindness better than the recipients themselves: To whom it may concern, I
New active-lifestyle restaurant, CoreLife Eatery, to host benefit for Hannah’s Treasure Chest Centerville, OH – Hannah’s Treasure Chest is honored to announce it has been selected to benefit from a community fundraiser hosted by CoreLife Eatery, a new active-lifestyle restaurant opening in Centerville. On Thursday, November 9 — one day ahead of the restaurant’s grand opening — CoreLife Eatery will host a ‘Pay What
DAYTON, OH — Local children’s charity, Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC), is seeking special support for the organization’s annual Giving Angels program, which provides disadvantaged area children with holiday gifts and their families with small household necessities and grocery gift cards. “We have expanded Giving Angels to serve an additional 125 children this year,” said Sarah Williams, executive director of Hannah’s Treasure Chest. “We’re inviting
DAYTON, OH – Centerville Rotary Club has partnered with local children’s nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest for the fifth year to provide warm winter coats for children in need. “Each quarter of the year we dedicate our members’ “Happy Dollars” to a particular non-profit recipient,” said Club president Mark “Peachy” Metzner. “We now routinely dedicate our 3rd quarter “Happy Dollars” to the Operation Warm coat
Today your donations helped create a care package for a mom of 3 fleeing an unsafe situation. They were unable to take any belongings, and have been in a shelter for several months. This care package will give them a new start as they settle into a new, safer home. Give other families a fresh start when you donate your child’s new or gently-loved
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, 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
This care package is helping a young woman care for her teen sister, special needs brother and her own preschooler. She took guardianship of her siblings when their mother passed away last year. Who will you help when you give? Donate at 124 Westpark Rd, Centerville or support online at http://bit.ly/Donate2HTC. #donate #family2family #buildcommunity #helpinghand #givehope
DAYTON, OH – Hannah’s Treasure Chest will hold their 2nd annual Great Diaper Dash throughout April with the assistance of several area YMCAs. The nonprofit’s goal is to collect 24,000 diapers, enough to provide 80 infants with an adequate supply of diapers for one month. The collection of diapers, other baby products, and cash donations will take place from April 1-30 at participating area
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
CENTERVILLE, OH — Hannah’s Treasure Chest is holding their annual spring inventory reduction sale April 27 and 28 at 124 Westpark Rd, Centerville, OH. Shoppers may browse a warehouse full of items, including overstocked infants’ and children’s clothing, costumes, large toys and games, bicycles, baby backpacks, household items, furniture, and holiday and home décor. Doors will be open from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Lent has begun, and a popular way to observe this special time of year is to “give up” something, whether that means a bad habit, a favorite food or some screen time in order to simplify life and appreciate what we have. We at Hannah’s Treasure Chest would like to offer a different twist on the Lenten challenge: 40 days of giving. Each day,
On Saturday, Once Upon a Child Cincinnati/Dayton is holding their 2nd annual Bucks for Bottoms diaper drive this Saturday! Donate 10 or more individual paper diapers (open packs of diapers are fine!) and receive $5 toward your purchase at Once Upon a Child! Diapers will be donated to Sweet Cheeks diaper bank in Cincinnati and Hannah’s Treasure Chest to be distributed to families in need. OUAC
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
DAYTON, OH – CareSource employees in Dayton collected nearly 25,000 diapers and over 18,000 wipes to help close the diaper gap for low-income families in the Miami Valley. The diapering supplies were donated to local children’s nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest to be included in care packages for local children in need. “CareSource employees actively volunteer with hundreds of nonprofits in our community,” said Cathy