How do you “give back” when your day job is curing cancer? For renowned pediatric and young adult oncologist, Dr. John Perentesis the answer is Our Daily Bread.
When you think about the Cincinnati Reds, the images that come to mind likely include visions of parade floats dancing through the streets of Over the Rhine on Opening Day; hardcore fans dressed from head to toe in red, black, and white; popcorn, peanuts and Cracker Jacks; cheering from the stands; and standing shoulder to […]
Today is National Random Acts of Kindness Day! At Our Daily Bread, kindness is more than random. It is embedded in everything we do. From the time our guests enter the building each morning they are welcomed with kindness. Whether it is cold or hot outside; raining or snowing; or whether they slept outside, in […]
TODAY IS MAKE A FRIEND DAY! As a supporter of Our Daily Bread, we invite you to select a friend or even a few friends and invite them to become a friend to Our Daily Bread. Our Daily Bread’s successes as a humanitarian non-profit working to provide poverty and hunger relief in the community […]
The site of a deadly shooting on January 9, 2017, Our Daily Bread Soup Kitchen & Social Center reopened January 16th, on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, as a visible reminder that VIOLENCE DOES NOT STOP LOVE! In order to restore stability, we instituted visible security measures designed to prevent future violence and ensure […]
An Exemplary Model of Corporate Philanthropy.
Our Daily Bread’s (ODB) soup kitchen serves between 350 and 450 meals, five days a week, totaling 98,649 meals in 2015. This impressive feat seems incomprehensible when you consider that 100% of the food for these meals is donated.
Today we are grateful for our long-time volunteer Jane Ackerson who led a veteran’s project with second grade students from Woodford Paideia Elementary School in Kennedy Heights. They made 50 hygiene packages for Our Daily Bread guests that served in the U.S. Military. According to Jane “We wanted to show our respect and admiration for […]