Today we said thank you to an Army Veteran now Solon Police Officer. We salute those that signed the dotted line for this beautiful country and went on to take an oath to protect our streets.
As we adjust to life with Covid it's important to remember the children. Child abuse is up as is domestic violence. In the past, Heavenly Angels provided healthy snacks to inner-city children after their tumbling class. Today Heavenly Angels is helping one family with small children who's mother is incarcerated. Spread the love!
The times they are a-changing! Soup for the Soul has had to suspend operations due to the pandemic. We want to thank some of our previous cooks; Crystal, Kelli, Wayne, Francine, Tyrone and Rob.
We salute a U.S. Marine Veteran, now a Bedford police officer with another random donation. Thank you for your service!
Roy, House Manager and Resident of St. Herman's for 13 years,came to us 5 years ago to ask for help launching his own business with Avon. He took the ball and ran with it and now has people working for him AND he is a big part of the day-to-day ops of St. Herman's! Visit him at https://www.avon.com/myavon/rmcinerney?rep=rmcinerney. Hard work pays off. Great job Roy. Keep up the good work!
Ohio City Power recently donated food to St. Paul's Outreach Dir. Chuck. The soup kitchen is not officially open but the food pantry is and Chuck and his staff continue to hand out bags of food to the hungry. Part of the donation honored Chuck and his staff and was to be used to buy lunch for them and thank them for their "essential" services to the poor.
Thank you so much to Penzeys Spices for the amazing donation to St. Herman's. It won't be long before Carl is grilling and serving soup to the hungry and what a great treat for the homeless!
Our first random donation was hand delivered to a Warrensville Heights cop. Contact info@OhioCityPower.net for more information. Pick up or order your MEB III High Performance Energy Bars at Miles Farmer's Market in Solon, Ohio.
Keith was living at St. Herman's homeless shelter for men in Cleveland. Ohio City Power connected him to a day labor company. Keith took the bus at 5 a.m. from St. Herman's to hop on a van provided by the day labor company and worked at a manufacturing facility in Akron where he was eventually hired full-time.
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