Updates on Our Community


Winter 2021
Successful Food Drives Keep Us Stocked
Our amazing community has conducted some truly mind blowing food drives lately. Both before and after the holidays, these generous contributors have kept the food flowing at our weekly distributions. THANK YOU!
Synergy Chiropractic's staff and patients hold an annual drive that does a great job of stocking our pantry shelves.

This year, their efforts amounted to more of a food mountain than a food drive.

Thank you Dr. Ryan Zimmer and crew (pictured left)!







The Five Points Elementary School community outdid themselves with their efforts.

In addition to a one-day drive during Red Ribbon Week that was highly successful, their annual food drive just before Winter Break was bountiful!

Special thanks to Counselor Amy Stumpfl who took a lead role in both efforts (pictured below).
St. Francis Episcopal Church's January food drive produced another astonishing mountain of donations (above). They simply asked their congregation - and the community - to add a few extra items to their grocery carts. It is truly amazing how quickly kindness spreads in Springboro.
Generosity Spans Generations
It's not every day a boy turns 9. And it's not every boy who uses his 9th birthday to collect 301 items for SCAC.

Joey Hopkins, pictured at right with his family, did just that for his birthday in January. We are thrilled with your compassion and generosity, Joey!



Our partners at Covenant Presbyterian generously provided Thanksgiving food for our neighbors. And, the Cub Scout Pack they sponsor also held a food drive for us.

Michelle Huss and her scouts David and Heidi dropped a trunk load of items off back in November.
Many, many belated thanks to these great people!
Huge thanks to regular volunteer Harry Hall for donating the cart all the other volunteers are fighting over!
Many, many thanks to the Weaver family who, for the second year in a row, conducted a food drive in their neighborhood. They collected more than 300 items!
We Couldn't Do It Without You!
All types of contributions have made it possible for us to continue to meet record need in our community. We are grateful to all of you!

  • Newspring Church
  • Springboro Lions Club
  • Clearcreek Township Fire Department
  • A beautiful couple who asked to remain anonymous
  • Eric and Leah Scholl (pictured at right)
  • A hunting family who gave us several pounds of deer hamburger.
  • Hardy Diagnostics for donating blankets distributed along with Christmas gifts.
  • The many generous families who adopted our neighbors and made Christmas amazing for more than 100 kids right here in Springboro.
Want to Help? Here's How
You can SCAC keep the food flowing in many different ways. If you shop at Kroger or Dorothy Lane Market, register your rewards cards so their Community Rewards and Good Neighbor Programs benefit SCAC.

Go online to www.kroger.com or www.dorothylane.com or visit customer service. A percentage of your total will be donated to SCAC every time you shop.

We also now accept cash donations through PayPal. Just click here.

If you prefer to send a check, you can mail it to Springboro Community Assistance Center, P.O. Box 1042, Springboro, Ohio 45066, or stop by with your donation during our distribution hours on Mondays between 2:30 and 4:30 p.m.

You can donate food items at any time by placing them in the bins outside our facility in the Educare Building next to Springboro Junior High School. If you want to donate perishable items, please come on Mondays when volunteers are there.

For our latest list of what we need the most, please click here.