Part of our vision is to be a servant to others, expecting nothing in return. One way we do this is by actively serving members of our community in need.
Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, twice a year the Hoxworth Blood Center is here at IHM for people who wish to donate whole blood for people in need of transfusions. Each donation you provide confirms you as a contributor to patient care at area hospitals.
Contact: Juli Daly
Interfaith Hospitality Network
Interfaith Hospitality Network offers the opportunities for families to cook a meal, prepare breakfast, stay overnight at Anderson Hills Methodist Church while working with the homeless families who come every six weeks.
Contact: Janice Wiles, 513-831-5992
Job Search Ministry
There are times in which members of our community find themselves unemployed or underemployed, times in which the support of our family of faith is needed and appreciated. A packet of resources has been prepared by members of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, for parishioners who find themselves in such situations. This packet is available in the parish office, or by signing up at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/IHOMAESOP/.
Support Group meetings are the 2nd and 4th Thursday night at 7 p.m., locations are posted in the calendar on the website. First time members are encouraged to come at 6:30 p.m. for new member initiation.
Contact: Steve Molloy
Monday dinner for migrant workers at Belterra Park.
Contact: Sue Bove, 513-375-1356
Rummage Sale For Batahola
The garage sale is held every year in April for the benefit of our twinning community, Cultural Center of Batahola Norte, Managua, Nicaragua.
Contact: Corinna Asbury
Soup KitchensCity Gospel Mission Soup Kitchen: Marie Monaco
, 513-943-9462Walnut Hills Soup Kitchen:
IHM volunteers to serve and/or donate food for the 4th Sunday dinner February, April, August, and October and 2nd Sunday dinner January, March, May, July, September and November. Chris Pollock, 513-752-5536
Prepare and serve lunch for the residents the 4th Saturday of the month.
Contact: Diane Fee, 513-232-7684