HandsOn West Central Ohio, including the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, is collecting new (or gently used) gardening equipment, tools and cleaning supplies to support the creation of a new tool check-out program benefitting nonprofit organizations in Darke, Logan, Miami and Shelby Counties.
Drop off clean work gloves, rakes, shovels, buckets, brooms, gardening tools and other supplies on Wednesday, May 12, any time between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. at any of the following locations:
- Habitat for Humanity ReStore – 2822 US 68 South, Bellefontaine
- Darke County United Way – 207 East Fourth Street, Greenville
- A Learning Place – 201 RM Davis Parkway, Piqua
- Shelby County United Way – 121 East North Street, Sidney
These items will be used to create a tool check-out program. Local nonprofit organizations may check out supplies free of charge for use during volunteer projects throughout the year, especially projects held on Make a Difference Day. This year Make a Difference Day will be celebrated on October 22 and 23 in Darke, Logan, Miami and Shelby Counties.
All donations are tax-deductible. For more information about HandsOn West Central Ohio or Make a Difference Day, visit www.handsonwestcentralohio.org or call (937) 778-5220. Additional information is also available via www.facebook.com/handsonwestcentralohio.
This event is held in partnership with Darke County United Way, HandsOn West Central Ohio, Logan County United Way, Piqua Area United Way, Shelby County United Way, Tipp City Area United Way and Troy United Way.
HandsOn West Central Ohio, including the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, is a program of Council on Rural Services. Learn more about Council on Rural Services by visiting www.councilonruralservices.org.