Enrich Your Life by Volunteering

Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center


Recently, nine students from Ohio State University gave up their spring break to serve others. They entered the Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center (GSHSC) campus on 17th Street with a desire to impact the lives of people they had never met. They assisted with All Faith's Food Bank and used their time to make the GSHSC campus beautiful by painting and landscaping. Their lives, and the people served by GSHSC were changed for the better.

That's the way it often goes with giving. The giver becomes the one who receives. To continue the broad reach of GSHSC in our community, it takes resources. Either through generous donations or in giving of time and services, the individuals served by GSHSC lives become better. There are many ways to get involved with the mission of GSHSC. 

  • Assist at our Center as an administrator
  • Donate time in our community projects. This is terrific for high school students looking for volunteer hours in the Bright Future program
  • Volunteer for upcoming landscaping project along with donations
  • Donate plants for outside the facility to keep our campus looking amazing
  • Include us in your United Way Day of Caring campaign
  • Donate for updated technology in conference rooms and for general operations
  • Make a one-time, monthly, or yearly donation online, by check, or over the phone

Many of the agencies that work with GSHSC accept volunteers and all donations are tax deductible.

GSHSC is home to 19 non-profit health and human services agencies who are a part of our reputation as the “Campus of Caring!”

For more information on how to get involved and give back, please visit GS-HumanServices.org.

The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center (GSHSC) is a 2015 SRQ Story Project partner and the featured non-profit organization this September. To learn more about the mission of GSHSC and the organizations they support, visit them online at GS-HumanServices.org or call (941) 365-4545. 

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