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Founded in 1924, City Gospel Mission provides food, shelter, recovery, job placement and youth mentoring programs for Cincinnati’s at-risk community. In 2015, through TriVersity, Sims-Lohman participated by donating and installing granite tops in all common and security areas. Corian shower walls, shower pans, and vanity tops were also provided to TriVersity and Jostin Construction for installation in common bathroom areas. To learn more about the City Gospel Mission, to donate or to volunteer, please click here.
Sims-Lohman has committed to donating cabinets and countertops to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati’s Restore. ReStores goal is to help provide funding to alleviate poverty housing in the tri-state area and to find affordable shelter to those in need.
Team members also volunteer with the Adopt-A-Class foundation since 2016. The AAC foundation partners directly with the Cincinnati Public School system to align mentors from local corporations and organizations.
The Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women and the Rebecca Barron Center for Men are the two new locations for what was formerly known as The Drop Inn Center. Founded in 1973 and based on the mission of buddy gray, the Centers provide “housing, help and hope” to the homeless population of Cincinnati. In 2015, Sims-Lohman donated and installed granite tops in all common and security areas. Sims-Lohman also provided Corian shower walls, shower pans, and vanity tops via HGC. To learn more information about the Centers, please visit the Women’s and Men’s links.