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Community Needs

Colerain H.O.P.E.

is happy to connect volunteers and donors with community needs. See below for our organizations’ current list of needs. If you would like to submit a need to be posted on the site, contact us.

Kiwanis Club of Colerain Township Cash Bonanza

                                                            State of Ohio Security Grants

Please share this info with eligible applicants within your communities. House Bill 33 of the 135th General Assembly authorize the Department of Public Safety and Ohio Emergency Management Agency to provide grant funding to nonprofit organizations, houses of worship, chartered nonpublic schools, and licensed preschools for eligible security improvements that assist the organization in preventing, preparing for, or responding to acts of terrorism.

Nick Crossley, CEM, CPM | Director
Hamilton County
Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency
2000 Radcliff Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45204
513-263-8201 (w) | 513-470-3405 (c) | 513-263-8222 (f)




White Oak Athletic Club

The mission of the White Oak Athletic Club (WOAC) non-profit organization is to provide programs that encourage youth participation in sports and promote volunteer involvement to engage families and strengthen our community.  We offer many volunteer opportunities for our community members and typically vary across our three sports seasons (spring, fall, winter).  The following are a few volunteer opportunities:

  • Head Coaches & Assistant Coaches (Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball)
  • Spring season clean-up in March
  • Family Night community event in September
  • Fall season clean-up in November
  • Grant writing for Grand Slam Fundraising Capital Campaign

Waycross Community Media

Almost every Waycross shoot uses volunteers to produce our community programs. That includes concerts, high school sports, government meetings, and studio programs for the community and local governments. Volunteers hone their media production skills while helping Waycross achieve its mission of keeping local residents connected to their community—and have fun at the same time!

Waycross volunteers do things like operate cameras, direct productions, run audio or graphics, and announce sporting events. Prior experience is not needed, and volunteer ages range from junior high students to retired adults. 

For more information, contact Tony Suarez at tony@waycross.org or go to the volunteer page on our website: www.waycross.tv/volunteers