During this time when so many of us are socially distancing, it can feel lonely and scary. Doing something for others is one of the best ways our community continues to live our values - even in a time when we can't physically be together. Here are ways to support our CommUNITY and live out #CometCulture.

Families Facing Economic Hardship

We are so grateful for our community partners – Comet Cupboard and Joshua’s Place who are providing additional food and personal care items to families in need. Families may pick up meal kits at Mason Intermediate on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30AM-1:00PM and Christ’s Church of Mason, 5165 Western Row Rd, from 5:00pm-7:00pm on Monday evenings.

Donate to the Comet Cupboard

Mason parents can contribute at www.spsexpay.com/Mason/login.aspx. Look under Activities for Comet Cupboard ME/MI,

Donate to Joshua’s Place

Comet Carryout

This is an amazing win-win opportunity! Help families in need while also supporting a local business. Donate to #CometCarryout & Joshua’s Place will purchase a $20 gift card to give to Mason families in need. Prasco Laboratories is currently matching all donations up to $10,000!

Donate here, and choose Comet Carryout (Mason) as the fund.

Distance Socially Support Locally

Local Businesses

First responders & Health Care Workers

Whenever possible, connect with physicians digitally versus heading to the doctor. You’ll minimize your exposure and theirs!

If your child has a cough, cold, rash, cut or skin injury, try Cincy Kids Health Connect. Each visit costs $49.

If you’re interested in sending a message to our #healthcareheroes, below are some options. Do you know of others? Let us know and we’ll get them added!


This is a very crucial time for our local businesses, especially those in hospitality. Consider supporting our local businesses on this list.

Participate in the Mason-Deerfield Chamber’s MADE to Eat Takeout Blitz and see how many local restaurants you can support.

Senior Citizens

Some Greater Cincinnati senior citizens are running out of essential personal care supplies. The Council on Aging has partnered with FilltheTruck.org to collect items to be distributed to seniors in our region in need. Senors will be given a four-pack of toilet paper and household and personal items to help them through the crisis. Donations will be accepted through April 30, 2020.

Drop off items at Lakota Hills Baptist Church

6300 Tylersville Rd., West Chester, OH 45069

Mondays and Fridays: 9am-Noon and 1-3pm

  • Toilet Paper (4pk, preferred – no single, unwrapped rolls)

  • Hand Sanitizer

  • Bar Soap

  • Liquid Soap

  • Antibacterial Wipes

  • Denture Care Items

  • Toothpaste

  • Lysol Spray

  • Dish Detergent

  • Laundry Detergent

  • Tissues

  • Cat and Dog Food

  • Consider adding a friendly note or having your child(ren) color a picture that can be included in the boxes we deliver to seniors.

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