CANCELLED: March 24th Homelessness in our Community Panel Discussion. We hope to reschedule. Thank you!

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ACCESS Inc. presenting The Jewelry Box fundraiser

Sep 13th, 2018

FAIRLAWN — ACCESS Inc., a homeless shelter for women and children, will host its third annual fundraiser, The Jewelry Box, presented by Fred Martin Superstore, Nov. 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Akron-Fairlawn, located at 3150 W. Market St....

Area Courts Collect Book for Children

Aug 23rd, 2018

DOWNTOWN AKRON — Summit County Probate Court Judge Elinore Marsh Stormer recently spearheaded a collection that resulted in over 500 books being distributed to area agencies for children in Summit County. Participating judges included Common Pleas Division Judges Amy Corrigall-Jones, Christine Croce and Joy Malek...

Girls on the Run raise funds for Access

Jun 05th, 2018

Girls on the Run raised money for Access by washing cars May 25 at Rootstown United Methodist Church. Coaches Jeanna Dupree and Kristen Heflin pictured with Rootstown students Hannah Crandell, Madison Giebel, Addison Yohman, Cami Rhodes, Dakota Clifford, Alexia Ball, Elizabeth Adkins, Amy Noll, Haley...

ACCESS Shelter campaign raises $1.5 million

May 24th, 2018

WEST AKRON — On April 18, supporters, volunteers and friends rallied at ACCESS Shelter to celebrate the record-breaking success of its 2016-18 Time for Transformation campaign. Pictured above, from left, at the event are board members John Miller, Paul Kelly, Karyn Katz and Adam Snyder.

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ACCESS shelter raises $1.5 million for Akron's homeless women and children

ACCESS shelter raises $1.5 million for Akron's homeless women and children

Apr 20th, 2018

AKRON, Ohio - ACCESS, an Akron homeless shelter that helps women and children find permanent housing, has reached a fundraising milestone. ACCESS raised $1.5 million in its 2016-2018 Time for Transformation campaign.

The record-breaking...

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Big or small, every donation to ACCESS and the homeless women and children it serves will be greatly appreciated.

  • $25 feeds 25 women and children
  • $100 provides 50 days of school transportation for a child
  • $500 provides health care for 10 children


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