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We are grateful for the following groups who have volunteered in our warehouse, sorting through donated items for our drop-in center guests, this year! These volunteers help ensure that our guests receive new or lightly used clothing and supplies that are clean and undamaged.
Alpha Phi Omega Ohio State
Columbus Gives Back
Congregation Beth Tikvah Youth Group
Dublin PATHS Program
Eli Lilly and Company
Grace Polaris Church
Heritage Christian Church
Ohio Credit Union League
Ohio Education Association Aspiring Educators - Ohio State
Ohio State University Nursing Students
Ohio State University Triangle Fraternity
Star Status Connections Columbus
UCANN - Unique Community and Neighborhood Network
Social Service Partner Spotlight
Our wide-ranging social service partners provide on-site and community-based access to stabilizing resources, such as housing, transportation, health care, employment, education, addiction services, legal aid, government benefits, ID cards and more. Thanks to our partnership with Anthem, we are now able to offer expanded telemedicine services. The state-of-the art TytoCare telehealth device empowers Carol Stewart Village residents to conduct same-day or next-day virtual appointments to address physical health needs. You can view our current partners and the services they provide here.
Join us! If your agency is interested in partnering with us to provide services for youth experiencing homelessness and/or if you are interested in volunteering with us, please reach out to Brooke Keber at email@example.com.
Franklin County is experiencing an eviction crisis larger than any before. Rentful is a simple and reliable website that provides landlords and tenants with valuable resources to stop the spread of evictions. Rentful works with a variety of partners to connect resources to families in need of assistance. In this season of giving back, consider helping someone in need today by sharing the Rentful website to help those in our community prevent eviction. Visit rentful614.com and let’s build awareness about this important resource.
Now more than ever, Star House would benefit greatly from discretionary general operating funding to support our day-to-day services for youth. Please consider making a monetary donation. If you're interested in seeing just how far your donation can go towards helping youth experiencing homelessness, then please see the infographic below!
We currently accept new and gently used items. Items can be either mailed or dropped off at Star House's drop-in center (1220 Corrugated Way, Columbus OH 43201) between 10 A.M. and 2 P.M. Monday through Friday. Star House's most urgent needs include the following in adult sizes:
Men's underwear (all sizes)
Natural hair care products
Sweatpants (Men's & Women's)
Sweatshirts (Men's & Women's)
Your Donation Will Go Far!
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