The City of Lebanon Provides $79,000 in Funding to Local Non-Profit Organizations

The City of Lebanon is proud to support many outstanding non-profit organizations that serve our community. These non-profits are essential to creating a vibrant and caring community through their outreach and service efforts. In 2021, the City is providing a total of $79,000 in direct funding and utility credit support through the Civic Donation Program to the following organizations:

Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce

The Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce strives to be the premier business organization and leading catalyst for support and resources to member businesses in the Lebanon area. By providing quality corporate leadership, networking opportunities, professional development and community events, they will grow a robust local business community.

For more information about the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce, please visit

Lebanon Theatre Company

The mission of the Lebanon Theatre Company is to organize, sponsor, produce and promote high-quality amateur theatrical shows and to provide education to the Warren County area by promoting and developing theatrical arts. Their vision is to become the leading live theatre in the area presenting professional quality entertainment, in an intimate setting, evoking emotion and wonder in their audiences.

For more information about the Lebanon Theatre Company, please visit

Lebanon Optimist Club

The Lebanon Optimist Club is an amazing team of members and part-time volunteers who are committed to helping others. They turn their convictions into actions and make a difference in the community every day.

For more information about the Lebanon Optimist Club, please visit

Warren County Historical Society

Since the spring of 1940, the Warren County Historical Society (WCHS) has worked to preserve and present the heritage of Warren County as well as South West Ohio. They are the current stewards of the collection, ensuring its safety for the next generation. They own and operate Harmon Museum, Glendower Mansion, the Armstrong Conference Center and soon to be the Beedle Log Cabin. As a 501(c)3 non-profit, the WCHS relies on donations from generous benefactors. With help from their wonderful membership and volunteers, WCHS hopes to continue to serve for many years to come.

For more information about the Warren County Historical Society, please visit

Humane Association of Warren County

The Humane Association of Warren County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center has served Warren County and Southwest Ohio for 46 years. They operate the only animal shelter and adoption center in Warren County and as a non-profit, animal welfare organization, they depend on tax-deductible donations to support their annual budget. The Humane Association of Warren County is proud of the fact that, during those 46 years, they have provided a safe haven and loving care for tens of thousands of homeless dogs and cats, giving them a second chance for new and happy lives. In addition, they have reunited thousands of lost pets with their beloved owners.

For more information about the Humane Association of Warren County, please visit

Main Street Lebanon

Main Street Lebanon’s mission is to improve, preserve and promote the central business district of Lebanon, Ohio, as a commercial, cultural and social center within the context of historic preservation.

For more information about Main Street Lebanon, please visit

Lebanon Rotary Club

The Lebanon Rotary Club supports and serves the Lebanon community through events and volunteer service. The Rotary Club supported programs include: Lebanon Country Music Festival, Service Above Self Scholarship, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, International Youth Exchange and the 4-Way Speech Contest.

For more information about the Lebanon Rotary Club, please visit

Lebanon Council of Garden Clubs

The Lebanon Council of Garden Clubs is the result of garden clubs working together to beautify the Lebanon Station and educate members on conservation, preservation and beautification.

For more information about the Lebanon Council of Garden Clubs, please visit their Facebook at

Lebanon Public Library

In 1903, philanthropist Andrew Carnegie wrote a letter to local attorney W. Chester Maple offering Lebanon $10,000 for the construction of a public library providing the City could donate an acceptable site and agree to maintenance costs of $1,000 per year. Almost a full four years after the letter, the public library was opened. Today, the library offers over 150,000 items to choose from with 12,000+ items added each year, a technology center and a variety of community programs.

For more information about the Lebanon Public Library, please visit