Grandma’s and Grandview Team up for Hurricane Irma Relief

Please help the Kettering Health Network, through a collaboration of the Grandview Foundation and Harold and Mary Rieck (Mary is a Grandma’s staff member) collect donations of needed items and funds to help Hurricane Irma victims as they try to put their lives back together.

Bottled Water * Baby Food & Formula * Baby wipes & Handi wipes * Bandages *
Cleaning Products * Combs & Brushes * Coolers * Deodorant * Diapers, all sizes for babies & adults *
Feminine Hygiene Products * Hand Sanitizer * Medical and first aid items * Mosquito repellent *
Pet Supplies & Foods * Shampoo * Soap * Sponges * Toilet Paper * Toothbrushes & Toothpaste * Underwear, all sizes, kids & adults * PLEASE, NO CLOTHING, FURNITURE OR CANNED GOODS


Through Thursday, 9/21 — Rieck Mechanical Services Warehouse, 5330 Wadsworth Rd., Dayton
or any Kettering Health Network hospital.
Through Friday, 9/22 — For those closest to Grandma’s Gardens in the south Dayton metro area, we can leave donations in the main lobby of Southview Medical Center, 1997 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd., Centerville.  That’s on Route 725 just west of I-675.
On Saturday, 9/23, 10A-4P, donations can be dropped off at the Rieck Services trailer in the Southview Medical Center parking lot.

Donations from all locations will be brought to Southview Medical Center.

THE TRUCK WILL BE PACKED at SOUTHVIEW on SUNDAY, SEPT. 24th beginning at 10AM. Let’s make sure it’s full! 

VOLUNTEERS are needed at Southview on Friday, 10-3; Saturday 10-4; Sunday starting at 10AM for gathering, sorting and packaging donations.  If you would like to volunteer, please email Mary Rieck at  Please provide name, phone number (optional), day(s) and time available.

MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS (can be made at your convenience; no deadline currently)
Can be dropped off at the Rieck Services office, 5330 Wadsworth Rd., Dayton or mailed to the Grandview Foundation, Grandview Medical Center, 405 W Grand Ave., Dayton, OH 45405.
Checks should be made payable to The Grandview Foundation which will forward all monies collected to ADRA (Adventist Development and Relief Agency).  The ADRA and the ACS (Adventist Community Services) will handle the distribution of all funds and items collected to ensure they get to the devastated areas.

Donations can also be made online at
On the pull-down menu choose Other, then Disaster Relief.

All above information has been provided by the Grandview Foundation.  Please check the Southview Facebook page for any updates or changes.

Just about everyone has a family member, friend or acquaintance that has been affected by the recent hurricanes.  We hope your loved ones are safe but we know the damage that has been done is long lasting, many are homeless and many more lives are changed forever.  Thank You for helping us send love from Ohio.

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