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Help Prevent Eviction of Single Parent Recovering from Surgery

Welcome Warehouse is working with a single mom and her child who need help to prevent an eviction.

-The mom had major surgery in April because she suffers from a life-threatening chronic disease. There were severe complications during surgery and she was on a ventilator for several days. 

-She is home now but continues to have complications and her recovery has been longer than anticipated. She is unable to return to work until mid-June.

-Her short-term disability benefits have expired and she will go at least 3.5 weeks without pay. She is unable to pay her June rent or cell phone bill (she has no land line). 

-The landlord is unwilling to accept late payments.  The mom has reached out to numerous organizations but none are able to assist for 4 weeks or longer.

-Please click on "I CAN HELP" to donate if you would like to contribute to help meet this need.

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Family of 4 in need of kitchen table and chairs

Welcome Warehouse is working with a family of 4 who just transitioned into an apartment after being homeless.  The family needs a kitchen table and chairs for their new home. 

Bunk Bed Needed

A bunk bed  is needed for a family in need.  Three special needs daughters are sharing a small bedroom that houses three twin beds.  We would like to provide them with a bunk bed in order to save room so they could fit a dresser in the room.  They do currently have twin mattresses thanks to Welcome Warehouse.  We will pick the bunk bed up from you and deliver it to the family.

Nylon Draw String Bags needed

One of our Dublin City School nurses is looking for nylon draw string bags (preferably black, navy or gray) to use to send students' emergency medication with staff on field trips. Please let us know if you have one to donate. We would need to have them by Monday, May 20th. Thank you!


Wanted: Youth Tennis Rackets

We are looking for youth (junior) tennis rackets to be donated to be used for the Wright Elementary Free Summer Lunch program. A DCS high school student has offered to volunteer his time to give free tennis lessons to the students attending the program. The lessons would be given during the activity/play time. Please click on "I Can Help" if you have a used racket you would like to donate. We are also accepting PayPal donations to purchase additional rackets and tennis balls for the students. You will receive an email with drop off instructions after you respond. Thank you!


Vacuum Needed for Single Dad

We are looking for a vacuum cleaner for the single dad that we helped recently with furniture.  If you have a vacuum to donate please click on the "I Can Help" link.  We will pick it up from you. Thank you!


Dresser Needed

Welcome Warehouse is working with a family transitioning out of homelessness that needs a dresser for their new apartment. We would prefer to pick up the dressers the afternoon of May 22, but we can make arrangements to pick them up sooner if needed.

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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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