How You Can Help

Mid-Ohio Valley
Fellowship Home, Inc

Monthly Wish List

Bath Towels
Hand Towels
Wash Cloths
Paper Towels
Mr. Clean
Furniture Polish
Air Freshener
Lysol Kitchen Cleaner
Lysol Disinfectant Spray
Lysol or Clorox Disinfectant Wipes
Swiffer Pads
Laundry Dryer Sheets

“I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.”
-Maya Angelou

At Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, we do our absolute best to ensure that our residents have a meaningful and successful recovery program.
We would not be able to provide this highest level of care without the help of our community.
Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home receives support from generous individuals, corporations, foundations and other community organizations.

We whole-heartedly thank all those that have given their time and financial
contributions to assist us in doing what we do best: change and save lives.

GoodSearch View our printable flyer (PDF) Secure Online Giving offers secure online charitable giving and simplifies the donating process. They are a nonprofit organization that offers an easy, quick and secure online server for your charitable giving. You can give what you want, in the amount that you wish, and in the manner that suits you best. You can give monthly, as well as purchase charitable gift cards for family and friends. JustGive provides a tax receipt, to track your donations. Your donor privacy is ensured.

United Way United Way
Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home is a partner agency with the United Way Alliance of the Mid-Ohio Valley and the United Way of Washington County. You can designate your United Way contribution to our agency and help make a difference to those seeking a new life in recovery.

CFC Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
Mid-Ohio Fellowship Home is a partner agency with The Heart of Ohio and Tri-State Area CFC. You can allocate your CFC donation to us through CFC Agency # 79820 for the 2010-2011 campaign year. Your designated charitable giving supports our vital work.


Volunteering with the Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, Inc. is a great opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life. If you have community service hours or a school internship, we can help you find ways to get involved, as well. If you’d like to volunteer please use the contact form on our website, or call us.
Here are some ways you might like to participate in our life changing program:

Temporary 12 Step Sponsors/ Mentors- AA &/or NA

Misc. filing and light office work
Misc. direct mail campaigns

Expenses Chart

Organize and create Excel spreadsheets for various projects

AA/NA/Al-Anon Speakers
Educational Speakers

Arts and Crafts classes
Fitness Instructors

Assist with planning & coordinating various events

Community Outreach
Distribute marketing materials throughout community



Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, Inc. is committed in assisting with structuring your gifts to meet your personal objectives and ensure the maximum tax credit available.  We welcome and encourage donations of all kinds: memorial donations, planned giving, life insurance, bequests, property, cash and securities.

Gifts of Cash
Gifts of cash can be designated for a specific program or project, or they can be unrestricted.  Donations without restrictions allow us to respond quickly to new initiatives and needs.  For your convenience, our “donation form” is available for you to fill out and mail, ensuring your donation requests are met.

Planned Giving
Planned giving gifts are commonly gifts from one’s assets that occur on death.  They are also flexible arrangements and can be designated to provide lifelong income to donors, while generating gift receipts and significant income tax benefits now.  Planned giving offers you flexibility and tax advantage. 

Charitable life Insurance
A life insurance policy naming Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, Inc. as the owner and beneficiary allows you to make a significant future gift to our organization for only pennies on the dollar and provides tax benefits.

Frequently referred to as “deferred gifts” or “estate gifts”, bequests are specified in a donor’s will. 
A bequest can be a specified amount or a residual gift as a percentage of the estate.

Often called “gifts-in-kind”, your gifts can take many forms: such as equipment, art, books, real estate, services, stocks and bonds.

Memorial Gift
The most common unsolicited gift we receive is the memorial gift.  When a loved one passes away, people may send a gift in memory of that person. 
Often, it is done in lieu of flowers, as requested by the family in the newspaper obituary.

Gifts of stocks, appreciated assets and publicly-traded stocks and bonds can be designated to Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, Inc. 
A donation of stocks may reduce your capital gains taxes. Advantages and disadvantages of this option should be discussed with your financial advisor.