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Community Partners


Providing for Women works closely with several non-profit organizations throughout Greene County.  We depend on each organization to inform us of their need for menstrual products based on those they serve. Providing for Women’s goal is to supply each organization with these necessary items on a consistent, efficient, and economical basis. If you know of an organization that would benefit from receiving menstrual hygiene products, please email us.

Our Partners:

Emerge Recovery and Trade Initiative- The Emerge Recovery & Trade Initiative is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing individuals within thier programs the necessary life and work skills to establish new

career paths and thrive in today’s job market.

Greene County FISH Pantry- Serving the emergency food needs of Greene

Fairborn FISH Food Pantry - Providing food, personal care items and
support to individuals living in Greene County Fairborn_FISH_Food_Pantry

Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Community Support Center – Providing food,
school supplies, birthday and holiday gifts, resource referrals, emergency
clothing, and assistance with social services.

Airman's Attic, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base - Providing clothing, 

household goods, etc., to Active Duty, Reserve, and Guard ranks E1-E6 or O1-O3.

Jamestown Community Food Pantry at United Methodist Church -
Providing non-perishable items and frozen meat

Country Cupboard Food Pantry at Spring Valley United Methodist
– Providing food and personal care items.

Her Story - Women’s Addiction Recovery House,

DeCoach Rehabilitation Centre, Xenia & Fairborn -

The Donnelan Shelter, Xenia -

Simon Kenton Bridges of Hope, Homeless Shelter Xenia -

Central State University Community Mobile Food Market – Providing for
Women distributes product directly to students and residents the 2 nd Tuesday
of each month.

Wright State University Women’s Center Personal Care and Student
Caregiver Pantry
– Provides personal care items such as toothpaste, body
wash, deodorant, tampons, etc. The Women’s Center pantry also has various
items for student-parents and caregivers such as diapers, formula, wipes, and
more. The pantry is open to all students on Wright State’s campus.

Xenia Community Schools – Providing for Women supplies the school clinic
with necessary menstrual hygiene products available to all students.

Fairborn City Schools – Providing for Women supplies the school clinic with
necessary menstrual hygiene products available to all students.

Dayton Regional STEM School – Providing for Women supplies the school
with necessary menstrual hygiene products available to all students.


Throughout Greene County Providing for Women has partnered with several
businesses to raise awareness about period poverty. These locally owned
small businesses have become collection sites, collecting donations of
menstrual hygiene and incontinence products, to assist women and families in
need within their local communities. Providing for Women would like to thank
each business for their support of our mission. We hope you will shop local
and support these businesses should you need their services.

Coffee Hub-Xenia, 81 East Main St., Xenia OH

Eclectic Essentials Apothecary & Goods, 55 E. Main Street, Xenia OH

Flour Box Gift Shop, 17 E. Main St., Xenia OH

Xenia Smoke Shop, 37 E. Main St, Xenia OH


Quality Dry Cleaners, 112 W. Franklin St., Bellbrook OH

Queen Bee Salon and Spa, 82 B Seaman Dr, Jamestown

Just Be L.L.C Candles & Crafts, 6237 State Route 734, Jamestown, OH

If you are interested in becoming a charity or community partner, please fill out the form below and one of our Providing for Women members will get back to you

Thank you for helping us make a difference!

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