Peace Lutheran Church works in partnership with multi-county agencies to provided needed assistance to residents in the greater community. To learn more about these partner agencies, please check the links provided.

HANNAH’S TREASURE CHEST a respected children’s charity in Centerville, OH, enriches the lives of children in need by providing clothing, books, toys, and other essential items through a network of partner agencies in four counties. Additional programs include Brighter Smiles dental kits, Beds for Babies, Backpack Bonanza, and Giving Angels. Since 2001, Hannah’s Treasure Chest has maintained a warehouse of donated clothing, infant/toddler, equipment and other items to respond quickly to client requests. When a partner agency, like Peace, identifies a child in need, Hannah’s provides essential items to the agency, which in turn delivers them to the child. Each year Hannah's Treasure Chest enriches the lives of over 7,000 local children in need through all programs and services. Peace has been blessed to be a partner with this organization. We have a collection bin outside the Fellowship Hall for children’s clothing, coats, and boots. We have been able to help many families in our community through this program.

THE JEREMIAH TREE, in Xenia, Ohio, is a new partner with Peace. The organization seeks to empower, educate, and help men in need by linking them to ministries and agencies to gain appropriate assistance. As a gateway for benevolence services, Jeremiah’s Tree, connects those in need to Christ, Community and Counsel, as well as clothing, food, and emergency services. You can help by bringing in used men’s clothing, shoes/boots, and coats to assist our new partner agency.

MATTHEW 25 MINISTRIES provides nutritional food to the hungry, clean water to the thirsty, clothing to the naked, affordable shelter to the homeless, medical care to the ill, and humanitarian supplies to those in need. Matthew 25: Ministries is committed to fulfilling Matthew 25:40 by educating the public on the conditions and needs of the “least of these” and by providing resources for action: “As you did it to the least of these my brothers and sister, you did it to me”

ST. VINCENT de PAUL Homeless Shelter is currently housing over 100 children. They are desperately in need of towels, twin sheets, blankets, and children's shoes of all sizes. You may either drop off your donation in the coat room marking it for St. Vincent de Paul or take it to the shelter at 120 W. Apple Street, Dayton, Ohio.