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Neighborhood Bridges-Lebanon to Help Address Community Needs

Posted on: February 6, 2020

Neighborhood Bridges, a non-profit charity headquartered in Westerville, Ohio will be launching its Gateway for Kindness to serve the Lebanon Schools community in Lebanon, Ohio. A 501(c)(3) organization, Neighborhood Bridges has driven direct support and care to more than 35,175 children and families in just 3 years by inviting school districts, mental health agencies, and clergy to advocate for those in need – then engaging each community to come together to help solve those needs. Neighborhood Bridges serves 23 communities in Ohio and Alabama:

Neighborhood Bridges - Lebanon will be led by volunteer Area Directors Tracy Funke, Rebecca Strole, and Lynn Payne.

How does Neighborhood Bridges work? School district counselors, administrators, and appointed representatives of service organizations will post needs on behalf of students and families. Neighborhood Bridges-Lebanon will work with key stakeholders in the community to engage all resources to help drive direct support and care to our students and neighbors in need. Donations can be dropped off at any of the following locations, and donors will receive specific instructions when they offer kindness:
Countryside YMCA--Welcome Center
1699 Deerfield Road, Lebanon OH 45036
Bowman Primary School
825 Hart Road, Lebanon OH 45036
Donovan Elementary School
401 Justice Drive, Lebanon OH 45036
Berry Intermediate School
23 Oakwood Avenue, Lebanon OH 45036
Lebanon Junior High School
160 Miller Road, Lebanon OH 45036
Lebanon High School
1916 Drake Road, Lebanon OH 45036

Community members and businesses are encouraged to subscribe to Neighborhood Bridges-Lebanon by visiting our website at:
There is no cost to subscribe and then residents are notified of specific ways they can help. Residents can also follow along on Facebook at:
or on Twitter at or on Instagram @LebanonBridges. For more information about neighborhood bridges - Lebanon residents are encouraged to send questions to