How You Can Help

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We are working to keep all resources as updated as possible. This is intended as a quick reference. The City of Hudson does not guarantee the accuracy of this information.

Hudson, Ohio Helps

Hudson, Ohio Helps is a resource created by the residents of Hudson with the goal of connecting citizens needing assistance during this uncertain time with volunteers in the area. These are all volunteers from Hudson, Ohio hoping to help their neighbors. Visit www.hudsonohhelps.org or call 330-362-2524 to ask for assistance or to volunteer!

Donation Options



Helping Hands - Hudson Community Service Association (HCSA)

The Helping Hands Program provides emergency support (food, clothing, gas, utilities, rent, repairs) to those with financial hardship who live in the Hudson City School District. Resources outside of the City of Hudson (HEAP, PIPP, SNAP) that address long term needs are also provided.

How you can help:
  • To provide a monetary donation to Hudson Community Service Association, please send a check made to HCSA and write Helping Hands in the memo line. 100% of all donated dollars go toward helping those in need who live within the Hudson City School District.
  • Checks can be mailed to: Hudson Community Service Association, P.O. Box 1472, Hudson, Ohio 44236
For more information about Helping Hands, visit the Hudson Community Service Association website.

The Hudson Food Pantry - HCSA 


To help cover the cost of food for upcoming distributions, monetary donations are needed! 
  • Checks can be mailed to: Hudson Community Service Association (HCSA), P.O. Box 1472  Hudson, Ohio 44236. Please write Food Pantry in the memo line.  
  •  Use the pay app Zelle to send your donation to hudsonpantry@yahoo.com.
Visit the Hudson Community Service Association website for more information about the Hudson Food Pantry.

Our Community Hunger Center


  • Located at 9733 Ravenna Road, Twinsburg OH
  • Visit their website or call 330-963-FOOD

Donating Blood


The American Red Cross now faces a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations during this coronavirus outbreak.  Make an appointment to give soon. 

Hudson is Open for Business

Our local businesses, merchants, and restaurants need you now more than ever. You can help by shopping and eating local! Many restaurants and stores have reopened and have many safety precautions in place to keep their customers safe. Many restaurants also still have carry out options available. Check with each individual business for hours, reopening information, and updated services.