The annual CLASSIC RERUNS Christmas sale will be held at 620 Indianapolis Avenue in Lebanon on Friday, November 20 from 4 to 8 pm and Saturday, November 21 from 9 am to 2 pm.
We will be selling vintage, antiques, Christmas decorations, Christmas trees, jewelry, gift items, toys, holiday clothing and lots of surprises. You don’t want to miss this!!! (CLASSIC RERUNS Cihristmas Sale Flyer - PDF)
Would you like to “help” warm someone’s heart and home for the holidays?
Each holiday the Caring Center provides a complete holiday dinner for families in need. You could help by providing a grocery bag filled with some or all of the following food items. (Holiday Food Basket Flyer - PDF)
|•||Pork and beans||•||Yams or sweet potatoes|
|•||Chicken broth||•||Evaporated milk|
|•||Pumpkin pie filling or plain pumpkin|
|•||Egg noodles||•||Cake mixes|
|•||Turkey||•||Ham or whole chickens|
The Caring Center is in need of volunteers to help with truck pickups on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 am-5 pm. Contact The Caring Center to volunteer.
Life Skills for Women classes are being offered the first Tuesdays of October, November and December at the Caring Center at 5:30 pm.
The classes being offered are:
• Assertiveness - You'll learn how to stand up for yourself and still respect the rights of others.
• Self-Advocacy - You'll learn how to set goals for yourself and how to reach them.
• Coping With Crisis - You'll learn how to plan for an emergency.
The Classes are free. There will be refreshments and a door prize. Please register at The Caring Center (765-482-2020).
Learn more by watching this video. (Kid President with an important video. You have to wait for it after #1 reason to like summer.)
Please Help The Caring Center
Here's how your donation can help:
Click here to donate online today.Or, please send a check payable to The Caring Center and mail to: 1230 Ransdell Court, Lebanon, IN 46052.
Thank you for your support!
Table Talk is a program of The Caring Center. Monthly meetings are as follows:
A place to come and talk about food issues that you and your family face on a daily basis. This new program will help you manage your food dollars and explore creative ways of cooking, in a "fun hands on way." Learn more...
A food drive is a way for a group to collect items for the families that are at risk of hunger. A group typically collects non-perishables, such as canned goods, and boxed items from the community. This is a simple yet practical community service initiative. Here are the "Easy Steps for a Successful Food Drive."
If you are familiar with us you probably know what "Zero by 2020" means. It represents our goal to eliminate childhood hunger in Boone County by 2020.
Learn more about Zero by 2020 and view the presentations from our recent panel discussion...
Baby bed and car seat donation info - Due to Federal safety requirements and regulations, the Caring Center and Classic Reruns will no longer be able to accept donations of baby beds with adjustable side rails. Read more about baby bed and car seat donations...
Kids at the Table (KAT) Program - Kids at the Table (KAT) is targeted at school aged children on the free/reduced lunch program and provides experiences in health & fitness, homework assistance, games and a nutritional meal. Two locations in Lebanon. Learn more about KAT...
Please read the plea from Theresa Hanners, Executive Director.
The Caring Center relies entirely on the generous donations and aid from its supporters to provide assistance to those in need.
Phone: 765-482-2020 (The Caring Center)
M,W - 8am to 2pm
Tu, Th, & F - 11 am to 5 pm
1st Sat each month - 9 am to Noon
** Closed 4th Thursday of each month for reorganization **
765-894-6772 (Classic Reruns)
M - F - 11am-6pm