Home About Communities Latest News Podcast Contact
Upper Arlington

Subscribe by entering your email. You will be notified as new needs are posted!

Opportunities for Kindness

There are currently no open opportunities for kindness available in Upper Arlington. Check back later, or join the mailing list to get updates directly to your inbox.

Recently Filled Needs

Money needed for gas and parking

Person with a disability is in need of money for gas and parking in the short-term. Looking to raise $50. 

Kroger gift cards

A family with 3 children is struggling to secure food.  Grocery gift cards would be appreciated to help them make ends meet.  Kroger is the closest store to them, though any type of grocery gift card would be appreciated. Gift card donations can be dropped off at the Reed Road Fire Station.

Clothing and basic items needed please

A UA resident is in need of some specific items while hospitalized. The drop off location is Upper Arlington Fire Station on Reed Rd. To sign up to donate specific items from the list please visit this link:


Older adult in need of weekly grocery shopping assistance- will reimburse

Resident will provide small to medium size list over the phone and can reimburse via check

Residence located near Fishinger & Kioka. Further details provided upon confirmation of volunteer

Your help is greatly appreciated!

Dermatology supplies

A UA resident is in need of some specific items. The drop off location is OSU East hospital. Contact provided upon volunteer accepting. 

Dove bar soap unscented hypoallergenic, sensitive skin (2 pack)

Soap dish

Eucerin lotion

Aveeno lotion (green cap)

Food Assistance

A family of 5 is struggling to make ends meet.  They could use support from the community via Kroger gift cards. 

+72 more
Thank You!

National Sponsors

Ohio Sponsors

Kindness Council Members

About Upper Arlington

Krystin Macaluso, Area Director 

Krystin is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and moved to Ohio in 1997 to attend Ohio University where she met her husband, Tony, a native of Upper Arlington. After graduating with a degree in Organizational Communication, Krystin worked in the nonprofit and higher education sectors before obtaining her Real Estate license and joining Tony at Coldwell Banker Realty. Krystin and Tony have two sons. Krystin is an active volunteer in the community and Upper Arlington schools. She has also been involved with PTO, Kitchen Kapers, Pleasure Guild for Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and is a Parishioner at St. Agatha Catholic Church. Krystin is excited about the opportunity that Neighborhood Bridges will bring to spread kindness throughout the Upper Arlington community!

Contact Us

© 2021 Neighborhood Bridges. All Rights Reserved.
Made with by The Langley Group