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Sharing the love of Jesus with our Community

One of the ways Heartland shares the love of Jesus with our community is through Local Partners who are meeting the needs of our community, including: food, a warm place to stay, housing, addiction recovery, and others. We encourage you to support and serve with these amazing organizations!

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Check out our Local Partners at an upcoming Local Missions Fair! You can find out the date of the next Fair at hcc.events. Also, our SHARE Communities are another great way to serve and share the love of Jesus. To learn more about those communities, click here.

​Our Local Missions Partners

Thanks to your generous financial support, Heartland partners with these outstanding Local Partners to share the love of Jesus with our community in practical ways. Please consider getting involved and serving with these amazing organizations

Cups Cafe

Serving Hope. One Cup At A Time.

Cups Cafe is a non-profit community cafe that intentionally seeks to be a safe and loving place for students in Medina. Food and drinks are always free at Cups Cafe, and their wonderful volunteers are always looking for chances to connect with and listen to the students and adults who come in throughout the day. Interested in getting involved?

Visit cupscafe.org to read more about Cups, submit an application to serve as a volunteer, or sign-up to participate in one of their fundraisers or special events.

Hope Recovery Community

Located in Medina, Ohio, Hope Recovery Community (HRC) is a recovery community organization (RCO). An RCO is an independent, non-profit organization led and governed by the recovery community. These organizations organize recovery-focused policy advocacy activities, carry out recovery-focused community education and outreach programs, and/or provide peer-based recovery support services.

hoperecoverycommunity.org

Cathy's House

Cathy’s House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was founded in 1998 through the generosity of a local family that lost a very close family member to alcoholism at a young age. Over the last two decades, Cathy’s House has provided recovery housing for men and women struggling with addiction and empowers them to live a life of sustainable recovery.

cathyshouse.org

Habitat for Humanity

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

Habitat for Humanity of Medina County was established in 1991 as a non-profit Christian housing ministry that seeks to eliminate substandard housing locally and globally by building and renovating simple, decent, affordable homes to sell to low-income families. Habitat is dedicated both locally and globally to construct, rehabilitate, and preserve homes; advocate for fair and just housing policies; and provide training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.

medinacountyhabitat.org

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Building Hope in the City

BHITC works to foster the flourishing of city residents and neighborhoods in Cleveland. It grew out of a city congregation in 2003 and has since pioneered faith-driven approaches to delivering flexible, person-driven programming at the community level. Programs and initiatives include: refugee and immigrant integration; community renewal and affordable housing; social enterprise ventures and leader development. Through its staff, volunteers and partners, BHITC makes faith tangible to more than 3,300+ people annually.

To learn more, visit buildinghopeinthecity.org.

Medina Personal Care Pantry

Since 2013, the Medina Personal Care Pantry has been a vital interdenominational Christian ministry, serving those in need by collecting and distributing personal care, laundry, and cleaning items to low-income families and seniors in Medina County. Each month we distribute hundreds of items on the first Saturday of the month. Pantry customers get an assortment of products, helping to stretch their limited household resources.

To learn more, please visit https://www.medinapersonalcarepantry.org/.