Monday Meals is a once-a-month outreach through LCR, usually the last Monday of each month, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  LCR members bring food items & assist with all aspects of the meal.  Between 75 – 100 clients from IPM Food Pantry, SEM (Southeastern Ecumenical Ministry) & the surrounding area join us in fellowship.  The ecumenical endeavor fosters relationships, & also involves outreach assistance from other community churches.

LCR opportunities for involvement: 

 Volunteers are needed to provide food & to help clean-up.  Members also help with set-up, serving & “running” for needed items during the meal.  Feel free to join us for some hearty food & happy fellowship.  Looking for a family outreach activity?  This is a great ministry for families & children to work together!

Monday Meals is a once-a-month outreach through LCR, usually the last Monday of each month, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  LCR members bring food items & assist with all aspects of the meal.  Between 75 – 100 clients from IPM Food Pantry, SEM (Southeastern Ecumenical Ministry) & the surrounding area join us in fellowship.  The ecumenical endeavor fosters relationships, & also involves outreach assistance from other community churches.

LCR opportunities for involvement: 

 Volunteers are needed to provide food & to help clean-up.  Members also help with set-up, serving & “running” for needed items during the meal.  Feel free to join us for some hearty food & happy fellowship.  Looking for a family outreach activity?  This is a great ministry for families & children to work together!

The following are the dates and meals the rest of 2022:

August 28: Brats & Metts

September 26: Meatloaf

October 24: Kielbasa & Sauerkraut

November 14: Turkey

December 19: Ham

Monday Meals is a once-a-month outreach through LCR, usually the last Monday of each month, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  LCR members bring food items & assist with all aspects of the meal.  Between 75 – 100 clients from IPM Food Pantry, SEM (Southeastern Ecumenical Ministry) & the surrounding area join us in fellowship.  The ecumenical endeavor fosters relationships, & also involves outreach assistance from other community churches.

LCR opportunities for involvement: 

 Volunteers are needed to provide food & to help clean-up.  Members also help with set-up, serving & “running” for needed items during the meal.  Feel free to join us for some hearty food & happy fellowship.  Looking for a family outreach activity?  This is a great ministry for families & children to work together!

The following are the dates and meals the rest of 2022:

August 28: Brats & Metts

September 26: Meatloaf

October 24: Kielbasa & Sauerkraut

November 14: Turkey

December 19: Ham

Monday Meals is a once-a-month outreach through LCR, usually the last Monday of each month, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  LCR members bring food items & assist with all aspects of the meal.  Between 75 – 100 clients from IPM Food Pantry, SEM (Southeastern Ecumenical Ministry) & the surrounding area join us in fellowship.  The ecumenical endeavor fosters relationships, & also involves outreach assistance from other community churches.

LCR opportunities for involvement: 

 Volunteers are needed to provide food & to help clean-up.  Members also help with set-up, serving & “running” for needed items during the meal.  Feel free to join us for some hearty food & happy fellowship.  Looking for a family outreach activity?  This is a great ministry for families & children to work together!

The following are the dates and meals the rest of 2022:

August 28: Brats & Metts

September 26: Meatloaf

October 24: Kielbasa & Sauerkraut

November 14: Turkey

December 19: Ham

Monday Meals is a once-a-month outreach through LCR, usually the last Monday of each month, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  LCR members bring food items & assist with all aspects of the meal.  Between 75 – 100 clients from IPM Food Pantry, SEM (Southeastern Ecumenical Ministry) & the surrounding area join us in fellowship.  The ecumenical endeavor fosters relationships, & also involves outreach assistance from other community churches.

LCR opportunities for involvement: 

 Volunteers are needed to provide food & to help clean-up.  Members also help with set-up, serving & “running” for needed items during the meal.  Feel free to join us for some hearty food & happy fellowship.  Looking for a family outreach activity?  This is a great ministry for families & children to work together!

The following are the dates and meals the rest of 2022:

August 28: Brats & Metts

September 26: Meatloaf

October 24: Kielbasa & Sauerkraut

November 14: Turkey

December 19: Ham

Join us on November 13, 2021 at Liberty Center, Sabin Hall for:

Empty Bowls: Chili Cook Off For A Cause. A fundraising event presented by C3 and Lakota Local Schools. Attendees can taste and vote for the BEST firehouse chili in a competition between Liberty Township and West Chester Township firehouses.

All proceeds go back into the local community benefiting hungry families.

REGISTER for either the 11:00 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. seating

SELECT a handcrafted bowl made by local artists and organizations

ENJOY a variety of soups (along with the chili), bread and a drink prepared by local organizations. Vegetarian options available.

Tickets available online at this link and at the door.

The 27th annual Rubber Duck Regatta is underway, and we hope you’ll be a part of this longstanding tristate tradition.

It’s our one-of-a-kind event when every duck you purchase can provide 15 meals to hungry kids in our community—and put you in the running for some amazing prizes.

The pandemic has led to an increased number of children—now up to 90,000—facing hunger in our community. The need remains urgent, and each one of your hunger-fighting ducks can help.

We have lots of quack-tastic packages, including this year’s special Freestore50 Quack Pack—buy 10 ducks, get 2 free—in honor of Freestore’s 50th anniversary.

In addition, your duck purchase of $50+ earns you a unique 2021 Rubber Duck Regatta t-shirt (while supplies last) so don’t delay!

Join us—buy a duck and feed a child today!

YWCA STAND AGAINST RACISM panel discussion

May 27th – 9:00 to 10:00 am

Join us as we explore and discuss local health disparities and policy efforts you can support!

Centuries of structural racism in our country have had a profound negative impact on communities of color, affecting people’s access to quality housing, education, food, transportation, political power, and other social determinants of health. In response, Cincinnati and Hamilton County have both officially declared racism a public health crisis. This is a powerful first step!

Understanding and addressing systemic racism from this public health perspective is crucial to eliminating racial and ethnic inequities, and to improving opportunity and well-being across communities. Our local experts will provide a clearer understanding and tools you can use to work toward a more equitable world.

Changing the conversation for our Regional Foodshed

Come eat, drink, and discuss improving our local food system. Learn how farmers, connectors, and institutional food service providers are redefining Farm to Cafeteria.

This is a FREE event, but seating is LIMITED. Please RSVP

Click here for event Flyer

Date:  Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

Time:  6:00-9:00 pm

Location: Schiff Conference Center, Cintas Center, Xavier University

Agenda:

6:00-7:00 pm   Interactive Food System Art Installation by Edible City: An Art Atlas

7:00-8:00 pm   Panel Discussion: Opportunities for Institutional Food Purchasing

8:00-9:00 pm   Questions and Conversations

Panelists:

Tony Suma, Chartwells Food Service
Carolyn Gahn, Aramark & University of Kentucky
Anna Haas, Local Food Connection
Robert Eversole, Crooked Row Farm
Moderator:  James Buchanan, Brueggeman Center for Dialogue @ Xavier University

Interactive Food System Installation:  Enjoy hors d’oeuvres while engaging your inner artist and map maker, exploring our regional food system, and learning about Cincinnati’s unique food innovations – from the animal disassembly line, Johnny Appleseed, bee hives, our wine and beer renaissances, to products like Crisco and Fleischmann’s Yeast. This exhibit features original artwork, maps, and information graphics covering the past, present, and future of our regional food system. Learn more about the Edible City: An Art Atlas project!

Join your community for a night of fun and giving back as you attend Pasta with a Purpose at Basil’s on Market, a FUNraiser with proceeds benefiting the Caring Community Collaborative of West Chester and Liberty Township.

The 2020 Pasta with a Purpose is Wednesday, February 12, from 5 to 9 p.m. at Basil’s On Market, 5650 Tylersville Road, Mason, OH.

Many local chefs will offer a sample of their menu items, specializing in pasta and beyond. Sampling options for beer and wine will also be available. Help fight hunger in our area. Participating restaurants include Basil’s on Market, Raymond’s Pizza, Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse, Luigi’s Olde World Market, Dingle House Irish Pub & Grub, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants, Lakota Schools Child Nutrition, and more still planning to take part.

Tickets are $15 for dinner only. Optional beer and wine sampling is $10. Kids under age 10 are free. Tickets are limited – Register now!

For tickets, visit www.c3pasta.eventbrite.com, or email contact@c3ohio.org, or call 513-939-9255.
To see the flier with complete event information, click here.