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Opportunities for Kindness

Partial Rent Payment for Young Woman


Dublin Bridges has been working with a young woman who was previously homeless to help her stay in an extended-stay hotel.  She was able to move into her own apartment which was provided through another agency.  Because she was able to move in earlier than expected, the rental assistance that she needs in order to afford her apartment has not yet begun. She is currently working two jobs to make ends meet and is trying to pick up extra shifts for overtime. She is in need of $500 to cover December's rent. After December, she will be able to afford her apartment with her salary and rental assistance from another agency.  If you would like to donate towards this need, please use http://bit.ly/nbdublinbridges.

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Seeking Washer/Dryer and Funding for Crib


A guidance counselor from one of the elementary schools has reached out to us about a family that recently moved to Dublin and is in need of some assistance. The counselor stated that they used all of their money to get here to provide their family with a safer living environment. They are in need of help while the dad continues to work to rebuild their finances. We are seeking a used washer and dryer set in great working condition. We are also hoping to provide them with a crib so we are asking for monetary donations in the amount of $150 to buy a new crib. (We are unable to take used cribs due to liability reasons.)

If you have a used washer and dryer set in great working condition to donate, please click on I CAN HELP and we will arrange to pick it up from you.  If you would like to make a monetary donation towards the crib purchase, please use http://bit.ly/nbdublinbridges.

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$20 To Help Us Restock Personal Care Pantries


Dublin Bridges supplies Personal Care Pantries to every Dublin City school. These pantries contain many personal care items, snacks, and emergency clothing items. Each school’s pantry is designed for their specific needs. These items are given to students in need at the staff’s discretion. Your $20 donation will help us to restock the pantries as supplies run low. If you’d like to make a donation towards the Personal Care Pantries, please go to http://bit.ly/nbdublinbridges.#KindnessMattersInDublin or click on I CAN HELP and a donation link will be sent to you.

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Halloween Costume Drive


Wondering what to do with your Halloween Costumes now that Halloween is over? Donate it to Dublin Bridges! We are collecting new and gently used, clean, Halloween Costumes to give to the DCS elementary schools next year. These costumes will be given to children who may not have one for Harvest Parties and Trick or Treat.  If you would like to donate a costume, please drop It off at the Dublin Recreation Center at 5600 Post Road or the Washington Township Administration Building at 6200 Eiterman Road. If possible, please put costumes in a ziplock bag, labeled with size.

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Recently Filled Needs

Personal Care Pantry Refill Request


An elementary school advocate has reached out to us about some refills for their personal care pantry. 

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Advocate Seeking Fees for Student


An advocate at one of our middle schools has reached out to us about a student that they feel would benefit from joining the ski club.  His single mom is unable to afford the $130 fee.  If you would like to donate towards this need, please go to http://bit.ly/nbdublinbridges or click on I CAN HELP and a donation link will be sent to you.

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Soccer Fees Needed


A middle school guidance counselor reached out to us about a student who would benefit from a spring soccer league.  The family moved here last year from another country.  Since then, the mom has left the abusive situation she was in which has left her with financial difficulties.  Because of this situation, the mom is unable to pay the fees for her son to play soccer.  We are hoping to raise the $150 to pay for this student to attend soccer.  If you'd like to donate to this need, please use http://bit.y/nbdublinbridges or click on I CAN HELP and a donation link will be emailed to you.

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Help Needed with Utility Bill


Our partners at the Dublin Food Pantry have reached out to us about a gentleman in need of assistance with a utility payment in order to keep his electricity on. He needs to pay $100 to avoid disconnection.  If you would like to donate to this need, please click on I CAN HELP and a donation link will be sent to you.

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Rent assistance


***This need was bridged to IMPACT.***

Our partners at the Dublin Food Pantry are assisting a  local Dublin man. He is looking for up to $1,500 in rent assistance to stay in his home.

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Seeking Men's Bicycle and Helmet for Student in Need


A high school guidance counselor has reached out to us about a student in need of a bicycle. The student was in an accident and his bicycle was never returned to him. His family is unable to afford to buy him a new bike and helmet. He uses his bike as transportation to and from school. If you have a used men's bicycle in great condition, please click on I CAN HELP. We would also like to supply him with a new men's bike helmet as his last helmet was damaged in the accident.

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About Dublin

Jill Kranstuber, Area Director 

Jill is a New Jersey native who moved to Ohio over 30 years ago to attend The Ohio State University. She and her husband Chuck, an attorney and past Dublin City Council Member, past Mayor of Dublin and current Washington Township Trustee have 7 children, all of whom have attended Dublin City Schools. She is also the proud grandmother to 2 year old Oliver. Jill is an active volunteer in the schools and the community. She is the current PTO President at Dublin Coffman High School as well as a member of the Key Communicators at DCHS. She is also a long-time volunteer for the Dublin Irish Festival. In the past, Jill was the Development Director of AIDSWalk Central Ohio. Jill is excited about the opportunity that Dublin Bridges will provide to those in need in our community. 

Sarah Savage, Area Director  ​

Sarah has been a Dublin resident for over 15 years. She received her undergraduate degree in Education and Counseling Psychology from Vanderbilt University and her Masters Degree in Clinical Counseling from The Ohio State University. Sarah and her husband, Brian, a Dublin Coffman graduate and local business owner, have 3 children. Sarah loves being involved in Dublin Schools, her childrens' classrooms and the community. She is currently PTO President and member of Key Communicators at Eli Pinney Elementary School and volunteers as a committee chair for the Mount Carmel St. Ann's Women's Auxiliary. She was previously a clinical mental health counselor at The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute and Gahanna Jefferson Schools. Sarah is thrilled to promote kindness in our amazing community through Dublin Bridges. ​

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