serving OUR community

"Love your neighbor as yourself."

~Matthew 22:39

take a bag. leave a bag.

feeding families in need

Take a bag. Leave a bag. It's a simple concept that has significant impact. At Four Corners, we are committed to serving families in our local community and one way we do this is by taking a shopping bag, filling it up with food and personal care items, and leaving the bag to be distributed to families in need. Simple.

To learn more or get involved EMAIL us.


delivering hope

The Broken Bus Ministry began from one family's desire to feed the homeless in Cincinnati. Their "mobile service vehicle" travels the streets of Cincinnati offering clothes, shoes, blankets, food, drinks, gloves, hats and much more to anyone living on the streets. What started out of one family's garage, now clothes and feeds 50-75 homeless men and women  every weekend, year round.

Check out the Broken Bus Ministry on FACEBOOK to learn more.

haven house

a home for homeless families

The Haven House Emergency Shelter first opened its doors in 1982 to provide homeless men, women, and children with a clean and comfortable place to stay during times of transition. Haven House is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, and supplies hot meals, snacks, and milk/formula for babies. The only shelter in the area to provide support to single fathers, Haven House helps families establish a more secure future before leaving the shelter.

Learn more about Haven House on their WEBSITE or on FACEBOOK.

seven oaks farm miniature therapy horses

serving others. bringing joy. offering hope.

Seven Oaks Farm Miniature Therapy Horses travel throughout out the greater Cincinnati area to visit children and adults in schools, nursing homes, and hospitals. Their mission is to provide services to children and adults through animal assisted activities and visits leading to positive mental, physical, and emotional benefits.

Follow them on FACEBOOK or checkout their WEBSITE.