Wildcat Serve Delivers Food and Joy to Neighbors

During the season of thankful and grateful, the Finneytown community has many reasons to be grateful. On Tuesday, November 27, WildcatSERVE distributed Thanksgiving food baskets to 28 families in the Finneytown Local School District. These baskets brought much relief and joy to the recipients. Baskets included many non-perishables such as cereal, mac and cheese, ravioli containers, pasta and sauce, and much more. In addition household items like laundry detergent and toilet paper were included. WildcatSERVE is a local Finneytown organization supported by both the elementary and secondary PTAs.  This year WildcatSERVE received community support from the following: Brent Elementary, Whitaker Elementary and Secondary Campus, Childhood Food Solutions, Ensemble Health Partners on Center Hill, Gracepoint Church, Lifespring Church, Whitaker Student Council, and the Secondary Houses and Leadership classes.

WildcatSERVE is an important organization in the Finneytown school community assisting with a number of families who are struggling financially and physically. The main activities for the group are Thanksgiving food baskets and Christmas food baskets and gifts, which involves collecting items, preparing, and delivering them to families.  They have already begun gathering items for the Christmas food baskets and gifts, and there are many opportunities to serve. If you would like to sign-up to volunteer your time, please visit wildcatserve.org. If you would like to be a special shopper for Christmas, contact Renee Heath at heath.reneeann@gmail.com or 513-600-0219. If you would like to make a monetary donation, send a check to Renee Heath, 718 Doepke Lane (45231) or send it into a school office labeled WildcatSERVE.  Make the check out to Finneytown Secondary PTA.

This is a great example of the benevolence in Finneytown. This community cares and takes action!

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