A Community Driven Ministry To Help Feed The Homeless

"It is an eternal obligation toward human beings not to let them suffer from hunger when one has a chance of coming to their assistance."

About Us

Casseroles of Hope was founded in
April 2022 by Doyle & JoAnn Key in Springboro/Clearcreek Township, OH.

Our mission is to build a community driven ministry made up of individual volunteers, businesses, churches, civic groups and organizations to help those that suffer from hunger.

An initial partnership was established with Hope House Mission in Middletown, OH in March of 2022 to provide casseroles to feed their residents in both their men's and women & children's shelters. Hope House is in partnership with City Gospel Mission in Cincinnati, OH.

In December of 2022 a second partnership was formed with Family Promise of Warren County in Lebanon, OH to provide casseroles to feed their residents.

In March of 2023 a third partnership was formed with the Missionary Society of Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Middletown, OH f
or their community meal.

In April of 2023 a fourth partnership was formed with Hope United Methodist & Red Lion United Methodist churches for their community meal served at Franklin First United Methodist Church.

Ministry Details

Volunteers prepare a casserole only           4 times a year.

Easy Recipe provided.

Casseroles are prepared and frozen for ease of transport and enabling anyone to participate regardless of schedule.

Casseroles of Hope provides the scheduling, reminders and delivery to Hope House.

Volunteers drop casseroles to Soraya Farms, just north of Lytle Five Points on     State Route 48.

Pickup options available for businesses, churches, civic groups and organizations.

Our History

April 2022

Volunteer Recruitment

Casseroles of Hope was featured in the Soraya Farms Newsletter. The response from residents was amazing and more than enough to fill our first day of providing casseroles.

May 26, 2022

First day of casseroles delivered.

840 meals annually

June 2022

Two days of casseroles delivered.

1,680 meals annually

July thru November 2022

Three days of casseroles delivered each month.

2,520 meals annually

December 2022

Six days of casseroles were delivered.

5,040 meals annually

March 2023

With 200 volunteers we will be providing

8,000 meals annually

May 2023

With 210 volunteers we will be providing

8,300 meals annually

October 2023

With 225 volunteers we will be providing

9,500 meals annually

February 2024

With 260 volunteers we will be providing

10 ,000 meals annually

March 2024

     With 275 volunteers we will be providing

 11,000 meals annually

News & Updates

Spoke at Franklin/Carlisle Rotary August 3, 2023

Spoke at Centerville Rotary June 1, 2023

Exhibited at the Springboro Hometown Expo on Saturday, March 18th 2023.

Spoke at Springboro Rotary January 6, 2023

Established Partnership with Family Promise of Warren County
December 2022

First delivery of Casseroles March of 2023

Take Your Casserole To Work Day

Businesses:  Berkshire Hathaway - Centerville, Empire Dental Specialty Group, K & E Advanced Dentistry, M&M Title Company, WesBanco - Franklin
Churches: Centerville - Centerville Community Church, Kettering - St. George's Episcopal Church, Middletown - Holy Family, Holy Name, Poasttown First Church of God - Women's Fellowship Group, Monroe - Our Lady of Sorrows, Springboro - St. Mary of the Assumption, United Church of Christ, Waynesville - St. Augustine, Wilmington - St. Columbkille   
Civic Groups: Rotary Club of Kettering, Rotary Club of Springboro, Rotary Club of Centerville, Rotary Club of Franklin
Schools - Franklin City Schools

Volunteer Update

Started with 27 volunteers in May of 2022 and as of March of 2024 we have 275 volunteers

Volunteer Demographics

We currently have volunteers from: Beavercreek, Blanchester, Carlisle, Centerville, Clearcreek Township, Dayton, Franklin, Germantown, Kettering, Lebanon, Maineville, Mason, Miamisburg, Middletown, Monroe, Oakwood, Piqua, Springboro, Tipp City, Trenton, Troy, Waynesville, Wilmington and Xenia

Spoke at the Springboro United Church of Christ November 2022

Spoke at Kettering Rotary Luncheon October 2022

Introduced "Take Your Casserole To Work Day"

Joined Springboro Chamber of Commerce
October 2022

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join Casseroles of Hope?

IT'S EASY! Just fill out the Contact Us information below, hit send and we will email all of the necessary information to get you started.

What if I am going to be out of town on my scheduled delivery date?

Since the casseroles are frozen you can prepare the casserole and contact us to request an early delivery date.

I go south for the winter.  Can I still participate?

Yes.  We have other volunteers like you.  Contact us and we will set a schedule to meet your needs.

Can I make more than one casserole?

Yes.  Contact us and we can schedule you to do multiple casseroles.

Do the people get tired of eating the same casserole?

They only eat the same casserole once a month. A different casserole is delivered on each of the days we provide them.  The current menu is Cheeseburger Macaroni, Rotini Pizza, Chicken & Rice, Lasagna,              Ham & Hashbrowns and Taco Pie. 

I have a great recipe. Can I make my own casserole?

We provide the same casserole on each day so that everyone is eating the same thing.  Having a choice can create situations where someone might be unhappy if they don't get what they want.

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