We give Back
Ron Chambers Group is dedicated to supporting non-profits in our community.
Here are some of the charities we partner with!
A Child’s Hope International
At A Child’s Hope International, their mission is to motivate and mobilize the church and community to care for the orphans and vulnerable children through adoption, foster care, orphan care and humanitarian relief.
Fill the Truck
Fill The Truck is a charity initiative sponsored by Frame USA’s for the Month of December. This is our Biggest Charitable Initiative and we need your help! We are collecting donations to Fill the Truck. Even just basic things such as toilet paper, personal care items, winter clothing, and bedding can have a profound impact for those who are in need. Please consider donating an item today through our website. If you would rather just donate cash, please see our Cash Donations page. The truck donations will be delivered to all of the 6 charities around the Holidays. Every dollar that is donated will go directly to buy needed items with absolutely no administrative costs.
Live Like Maya
The Live Like Maya Foundation is committed to funding pediatric cancer research, providing financial assistance to families of children battling cancer and continuing Maya’s legacy of fostering kindness and goodwill within the community. In the spirit of Maya’s Pay it Forward Movement, the foundation also provides college scholarships to students in the community who have displayed exemplary life skills such as community service, overcoming obstacles, leadership activities, and family commitment to name a few.
New Life Furniture
New Life Furniture Bank is a faith-based non-profit organization located in Blue Ash, Ohio, serving the Greater Cincinnati area. We collect gently used furniture from people who have extra, inspect and clean it, and deliver the items directly to the homes of families in need. We believe in the healing power of giving and receiving to empower communities to come together and support our most vulnerable populations. We restore dignity and bring pride of ownership and confidence to those in need so they can be self-sufficient. We make giving easy and fulfilling by picking up, transporting and cleaning your gently used furniture and delivering it to those in need. We are the only nationally registered furniture bank in Southwest Ohio, striving to end the cycle of homelessness.
Operation Give Back
At Operation Give Back, our mission is to strive for educational equity and provide community outreach to students and families in need, inspiring all to realize their full potential and GIVE BACK to society.
The Princeton Closet
The Princeton Closet mission is to create an atmosphere of love and kindness to all who enter; support those in need of material goods at a cost that is fair to each individual; give back to our community to further support those programs that are helping other areas of need; support this Mission Statement with a spirit that is pleasing to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and glorifies Him in all things.
St. Joseph Home
The mission of St. Joseph Home has always been to serve the unmet needs of those marginalized by society. Since 1873, we’ve adjusted as an organization to best address the most pressing issues of the era. St. Joseph Home was established as the St. Joseph Infant Asylum in 1873 by The Sisters of Charity. Our founding ministry was to serve as a maternity home for young, unwed mothers, also finding adoptive homes for their infants as needed. In 1954, our name was changed to the St. Joseph Infant and Maternity Home. Later, in 1967, we moved to our current location in Sharonville where an on-campus high school was opened for the expecting mothers to continue their education. Through this century of ministry more than 15,000 babies were adopted from St. Joseph Home. As society changed, being an unwed mother became more accepted and the need for a maternity home dramatically declined. At the same time, medical advances allowed infants and children with complex disabilities to live longer. In 1976, the Sisters revamped organizational efforts to serve this growing population with complex disabilities among people of all faiths. This is the work we continue today.
St Rita School for the Deaf
St. Rita School for the Deaf is a Catholic school, educating students of all faiths in a Christ-centered, barrier-free communication environment through individualized instruction, personal attention, and direct communication. St. Rita School for the Deaf will maximize students’ full potential by developing the whole child to be confident, contributing members of society so that they may carry the message of Christ’s love to all they encounter.
Luke 5 Adventures is a faith-based organization that gives individuals with disabilities the opportunity to go hiking. The hiker is strapped into an all-terrain wheelchair and carried along the way by volunteers.
Princeton Mobile Book Center
The Princeton Mobile Book Center offers free WiFi. Students and families can bring their own devices and log in to access the internet. The Princeton Mobile Book Center started as a bus that was donated by First Student, Inc. in 2016. Through generous donations, Princeton has transformed the bus into a bookmobile with technology to provide outreach opportunities to our community, students, and families. No taxpayer funding is used for this community project.
Sharonville Food Pantries & Community Fund
The Sharonville Community Fund finances food pantries in the Sharonville area, including an onsite pantry at the Sharonville Fire Department, mobile pantry programs at Yorktowne Mobile Home Park and on Sharondale Rd., a partnership with Stewart Elementary School to provide Produce Pop Up Pantries to students and families and a partnership with Sharonville Elementary School to provide a weekly “Make-Your-Own-Power-Pack” for students identified by the principal to be in high need circumstances.
Sharonville Shop with a Cop
For the past 17 years, the Sharonville Police Department has joined together with local businesses and individuals to provide gifts for financially disadvantaged children during the holiday season. The “Shop with a Cop” program is funded solely through donations. In years past, these donations have been provided by contributions from Sharonfest and others, such as teachers at the Princeton City School District, the Sharonville Police Association, and local businesses.