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Good Neighbors, Inc. of Cuyahoga Falls
1910 Searl St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221

The Good Neighbors, Inc. provides food and clothing to those in need in the greater Akron area. Only clothingMore donations are available to Cuyahoga Falls residents in zip codes 44264 and 44286. Food and clothing donations are available for zip codes 44221, 44223, 442223, 44236 and 44262.

The organization was founded in 1957 and today more than 300 individuals work as Good Neighbors volunteers. Donors include private individuals, businesses, churches, schools and other social and civic groups. During the holiday season and back-to-school time of year is when donations are needed most. Good Neighbors works each Christmas to deliver food, toys and gifts to those in need.

Pet Guards Clinic
4040 State Rd, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
Located on State Road in Cuyahoga Falls, Pet Guards Clinic is a non-profit wellness center that is staffed primarily byMore volunteers from the community who want to prevent illness and undesired births of unwanted puppies and kittens. They offer low-cost vaccinations, spaying and neutering, along with flea products and heartworm medications. Pet Guards Clinic is based in a fair-sized facility with limited parking. It accepts monetary donations along with stocks and bonds. Cat litter, blankets, paper towels and other supplies are also accepted.
The Islamic Society of Akron and Kent
152 E Steels Corners Rd, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44224
The Islamic Society of Akron and Kent is a community center for Muslim individuals throughout the Akron area. ThisMore establishment offers funeral services, in addition to salah/prayer services. Various events and volunteering opportunities are available as well.
Summit Christian School
2800 13th St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223

Founded 28 years ago, Summit Christian School is a private institution for students in grades pre-school through 8th.More Teachers use more hands-on activities for student learning and engagement. "We have plenty of field trips," explained Melanie Kemp, school administrator. 

Students are encouraged to be active in local community service outreach programs, such as the Haven of Rest, singing in nursing homes and supporting a doctor's mission to volunteer in Haiti. 

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