Emergency assistance typically involves providing rent assistance or filling empty food pantries (described below), but has included providing furniture to flood and fire victims or providing fans to seniors on very hot summer days.
Contact the Partners by faxing the form provided to the FreestoreFoodbank, then follow-up with Lisa Snorton and to Welcome House of Northern Kentucky, then follow-up with Justin Beale. CAIN may be reached at 513/591.2246, they serve the residents of 45223 zip code. The recording will tell you the hours the office is open. Jewish Family Service may be reached at 513/469.1188 and there is a recording that will tell you the hours they are open.
Each of our partners have food pantries and offer other services that a prospective recipient may need in stabilizing their situation.
Each January at least 4 scholarships are awarded to students recommended by the Freestore/Foodbank, the Welcome House , CAIN and Jewish Family Service. The recommended students are awarded $1000 to be paid directly to the post-secondary school of their choice. This often covers the books and lab costs not covered by other grants or loans. The budget for this program is $4000.
Scholarships are also awarded to candidates for the NALP (National Apartment Leasing Professional), CAM (Certified Apartment Manager) and CAMT (Certified Apartment Maintenance Technician) who apply. The budget for this program is over $3000. Follow the GCNKAA link to view the designation series of your choice. www.gcnkaa.org/education