Sally and Jim Williams started a food pantry in their home.
Mifflin Presbyterian offered to house the food pantry.
GRIN formed with the support of the Gahanna Ministerial Association and Rotary under the leadership of Sally Williams and Reverend Roger Wagner from Mifflin Presbyterian.
Holiday Assistance Program offering Thanksgiving boxes for families, as well as Christmas Adoptions.
GRIN began providing assistance with utilities payments.
The GCMA began collaborating with GRIN to talk about consolidating services being provided in a variety of locations into a single location to serve the whole community.
The following services were provided by separate entities, but now integrated as part of GRIN:
GRIN began partnering with the Gahanna-Jefferson School District to provide:
GRIN joined forces with Mid-Ohio.
Program Director, Beth Bentley was hired part-time to execute the directives of the Board and the Executive Director