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The Source

Serve City's latest initiative, The Source, offers a multi-ministry, multi-purpose venue space hosting a wide array of community pop-up events. The fluid design layout will ensure maximum flexibility to quickly adapt to community needs as they arise. This allows Serve City to expand upon existing service areas to offer even more for our community in need. 

Thanks to the generosity of students, faculty and staff at Queen of Peace Catholic School in Hamilton, Serve City now has a fund to support programming for The Source. To donate, please follow the link below or scan the QR code. Thank you!

QOP Food Insecurity Fund


Lunch & Learns

The Source hosts a weekly lunch & learn for Serve City shelter residents and apartment tenants to sit together for a meal while being engaged on a variety of educational topics. Whether its life skills, financial literacy, or Bible study, we work closely with community agencies and churches to equip those we serve with the knowledge and skills they need to be their most successful selves. Do you possess an expertise on a particular topic you would love to share? Connect with us to let us know!

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Food Ministry

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The Source distributes valuable resources to community members through our pop-up shops. Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month from 10am-noon, The Source provides a pop-up shop supporting Butler County families in need of food assistance. This vital resource ensures we are tackling the issue of food insecurity head-on by providing nutritious food items to those in need. Other pop-up shops include pet food assistance, baby supplies and so much more!

Elsa's Cupboard

Elsa's Cupboard provides assistance to Butler County families with dogs and cats. We believe the best place for our furry companions is in the safety of their homes. However, too many families are forced to surrender them every year citing lack of access to affordable food. Serve City is striving to turn the tide by connecting clients with access to food, cat litter and other supplies that will ensure their companions stay with their families. Since launching in October 2021, we have served 1,660 clients providing over 8,700 LBs of pet food. Serve City accepts donations of pet food and supplies to distribute through Elsa's Cupboard.


Sophie's Baby Pantry

Sophie's Baby Pantry, provides assistance to Butler County families with children under 2 years of age. Supplies including diapers, wipes, food, clothing and more are offered to guardians in need of assistance in caring for their babies. This program is offered in partnership with the Butler County ESC's Early Childhood Programs. Support staff through their organization will be onsite to distribute supplies and enroll clients in programs providing additional assistance including car seats and cribs. 

Serve City Partners

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