Circle Of Mother Earth is working on obtaining our own property to
further extend our help in and around our community area.
With a permanent location, we will be able to better support the well-being all people.
- Handfastings/Weddings performed by our state licensed professionals
- Free Source Library with numerous education sources for History,
Science and Pagan Pathways
- Programs for Self-Development including programs to teach basic
life skills such as changing tires or oil, gardening, simple cooking and sewing
- Friends Dinner programs for holidays so no one has to be alone
- Rental spaces for Community groups to utilize
- The property would also be used as our office and a location for our
group to hold our events.
Hey awesome people thanks for checking out how you can help support Circle of Mother Earth, or as we say C.O.M.E.
There are a few ways in which you can give your support that does not cost you a penny.
Volunteers are always needed: As we bring our events to fruition we are always on the look out for help. Our volunteers range in from people helping with events to people sharing our knowledge and resources online. You can connect with us here
Do you shop at Kroger? Yes, that is music to our ears, It would be awesome of you and mean the world to us at C.O.M.E. if you would set us up of your charity. It just takes a few seconds to set up and then every time you buy your groceries Kroger gives us a little money so we can continue doing what we do best helping to build a stronger community. Find out more about Kroger community rewards here
Do you shop on amazon? Perfect, we would ever be grateful to you for shopping at smile.amazon.com and selecting Circle of Mother Earth as your charity. it is easy and free for you… well till you make a purchase. But when you do Amazon donates 0.5% of your purchase price to us. how cool is that right! FInd out more about smile.amazon here
We help provide monetary support to James Sauls Homeless Shelter.
Clermont County Community Services operates the only homeless shelter in Clermont County besides the YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter. The shelter is available to any homeless persons with priority given to Clermont County citizens and is open 365 days a year 24 hours a day. Three meals are provided daily along with laundry services free of charge. Once a person enters the shelter they must adhere to standards including a curfew, no drugs or alcohol, and shelter guidelines. Case Management services are provided to assist clients with goals and obtaining housing. Financial Assistance is available for rent and security deposits for persons exiting the shelter.
The funding that we provided to James Sauls, is of great value not only to the shelter, but also to the individuals that use the service. There are many circumstances, where people find themselves and their families in need of the basic necessities of life. Food, drinkable water, shelter and clothing Circle of Mother Earth adds another necessity to this list, that is community. Most all the people that find themselves in a situation where they are in need, also feel very alone.
The ball is going home for tea time!
This year the Ohio Valley Witches ball is going back to it’s roots. October 2017 the O.V.W.B. will be held at the
Thompson House in Newport, Ky. You the people spoke and we heard you!
We cut tickets prices over 50% Drink prices are reduced too
A new line of of vendors, reader and entertainment. This year is our biggest ball yet.
So grab your tea hat as we welcome you to the
Tea Party of Madness
For more information check out our O.V.W.B. page. Just click below.O.V.W.B.