Some of our partnerships include:
Brooks House Assisted Living Community was born in 2000 from the desire the Brooks’ family has to help people flourish at their fullest potential, by providing a high quality, hassle free way of life that is cost-effective. Volunteer to help paint nails and play some bingo!
Volunteer with your local Habitat for Humanity, you can be a part of the change you want to see in your community. We offer several opportunities to build or repair homes with families, in addition tovolunteer work opportunities at your local HabitatReStore.
Hattie Larlham provides health care and social programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Hiram College has a long-standing relationship with Hattie Larlham with various departments, student organizations, and individual students volunteering and interning at their facility in Mantua, OH.
Hiram Farm Living and Learning Community is a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to grow, learn, work, and live in a setting focused on respect and support for individuals and the environment. Hiram College supports the Farm in a variety of ways, from service learning courses, to federal work study students, to collaborations on grant opportunities, strategic planning, and special projects.
King Kennedy Community Center is a place where students have the opportunity to tutor school aged children.
Little Village Early Learning Center was established to provide quality, loving care for children ages 18 months through 12 years of age. The staff recognizes the importance of a balanced growth through a variety of creative experiences. Children are encouraged to learn and explore in a supportive, nurturing atmosphere where they can develop into unique, successful individuals.
Located in Middlefield, Ohio at the Middlefield United Methodist Church, you can find a food pantry to offers hours to help organize the shelves of food and pack meals for people of the community.
NGCC operates a food pantry in Nelson (about five minutes from Hiram College) and invites students and community members to volunteer and share donations.
The Renaissance Family Center is a community center in Windham, which houses a number of local social service agencies and provides programs such as tutoring, an after school program, The Salvation Army and community meals.