The Madisonville Education and Assistance Center believes in the pure potential behind every act of giving. By giving direct aid to the residents of the 45227 zip code, MEAC raises up households one at a time.
Everyday, with every donation and with every client, MEAC's mission is to change lives. There's no limit to what can be achieved and no reason to think small. For Madisonville and the surrounding areas, the only way is forward. Come with us.
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Because of your support, MEAC can provide education programs like our early literacy program and our financial self-sufficiency training. Because of your support, MEAC can offer emergency financial assistance and connect people to other assistance programs. And because of your support, MEAC can operate a food pantry to help keep food on the table while families get back on their feet.
Please help us continue to raise up one family at a time by taking a moment to donate.
$7 provides bus tokens for transportation to job interviews
$30 feeds a family of four for a week
$100 keeps a family’s water, electricity and heat on
$250 prevents a family from becoming homeless
$650 provides literacy education to a young child for one year
You can mail your your contribution to 4600 Erie Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45227 or donate online HERE.
Many corporations match individual contributions. Check today to see if your company offers a matching program that could double your gift!
Kroger has a new Community Rewards Program. Now, all you have to do is sign up online and connect your Kroger Plus savings card with MEAC. Once you do that, your grocery purchases will benefit MEAC and those we serve. We will have the opportunity to raise up to $5,000 per year through this program! If you are interested in more detailed registration information, please contact Jessica Wabler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for supporting MEAC in this very easy way!
Our clients use bags to carry the groceries, clothing, and other items they choose at MEAC. We often run out of bags. You can help us by donating the plastic or paper bags you have stashed away in a cabinet somewhere. (You’ve been wondering what to do with all of them, right?)
If you are willing to try your hand at sewing, you could make bags for our clients to use out of old (but not gross) t-shirts. Visit Martha Stewart’s website (http://www.marthastewart.com/266942/t-shirt-bag) to see how to simply create reusable shopping bags for those we serve.