Life Saving, Life Changing

Winter Shelter Now Open

ESNKY is open every night starting November 1st regardless of temperature. We are a first come first serve shelter. When the temperature is below 32 degrees, we will make every attempt to shelter everyone who needs us, with safety being a priority. Doors open at 6:00pm and close at 9:00am

UDF Donates 400 Gallons of Milk

The United Dairy Farmers in Bellevue has committed to donating 20 gallons of milk each week from Friday, Nov. 6. through the end of March to the Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky (ESNKY).   “This is a tremendous donation, and we are so grateful and thankful for this very generous contribution from […]

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Jeff Wyler Automotive Family surprised us today with a large donation of items that are very much needed. Your generosity will also allow us to shelter many guests that otherwise would be forced to be outside. Thank you Krissy & Tim for bringing everything. We are so very thankful to the Jeff Wyler automotive family and we welcome you to our ESNKY family. ... See MoreSee Less

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Have you bought your Homeless to Hopeful tickets yet? There are some great Silent Auction items to bid on and fabulous door prizes too!. ... See MoreSee Less

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A big "thank you!" to Kris, Karen, and Saint Thomas Parish/School for a wonderful donation of 45 boxes of cereal, 38 boxes of individually wrapped snacks, 91 rolls of paper towels, 28 containers of liquid laundry detergent, 11 boxes of garbage bags, and 35 boxes of ziploc bags! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Paint and Bake Ceramics for the donation! $205 will shelter 12 guests and provide them with a safe, warm place to sleep in this cold weather! ... See MoreSee Less

We are loving this mother/daughter customer creation! How great are these fun letters?! We are here to help you create your one-of-a-kind masterpiece M-S 10-9 and Su 12-6! As always, walk-ins of all ages are welcome! A special thank you to everyone who attended Ladies' Night Out this week. We were able to raise $205 for the Emergency Shelter of NKY during our charity raffle! Stay up to date with the latest events at the studio here: on.fb.me/1VRGNww

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Annual charity volleyball matches between NDA & CCH. Homer is in the house hanging with the Pandas & Colonel Crazies ... See MoreSee Less

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Shelby is a super sweet 5th grader from Union, KY. It started with her collecting socks to help those in need.. It snowballed to her fellow 5th graders, then 4th, 3rd and beyond at Erpenbeck Elementary. I invited her and her family to the Shelter to hand out some of the 176 pairs of socks this evening. Our guests were thrilled to accept new socks from her. Two more weeks of collecting at Erpenbeck and who knows how many more pairs she will bring. Thank you Shelby! ... See MoreSee Less

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On January 6th, Chick-fil-A Houston Road had a buy a bowl of soup and give a bowl of soup to benefit ESNKY and sold over 120 bowls. Tonight, they brought the soup to warm our guests and as a bonus they brought sandwiches. Thank you Joy and Dustin for the continued support to fulfill our mission. Also pictured are Pendleton County students who were in Shelter to volunteer. ... See MoreSee Less

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This super sweet girl came to ESNKY today to drop off some donations. She set up this collection bin in her neighborhood and asked for donations. We love your homemade sign! What a generous and giving heart you have Paige. We are grateful to you, your Dad, your family and everyone who donated an item. ... See MoreSee Less

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A miscommunication on our meal calendar tonight left our guests without dinner. So, what did we do? We reached out to Chick fil A at Newport Pavilion and they quickly sent over 70 hot chicken sandwiches free of charge! ! 3 cheerz 4 chikin! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tickets are now on sale.
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Thank you so much for your help! ... See MoreSee Less

Boxers vs Briefs Challenge for the Homeless

February 14, 2016, 12:00pm

Asbury United Methodist Church - Highland Heights KY

The Cold Weather shelter in Covington, KY is in great need of men's underwear. There are other needs found here (emergencyshelternky.org/help-out/wish-list/) if you are interested. We, as a church, are going to focus on their need for men's underwear and turn it into a challenge of boxers vs briefs. So, the next time you're at the store, pick up a package of any size men's boxers/briefs and bring them to church. We will have boxes labled in the Welcome Area for each kind. We will collect until Feb. 14. Let's see what we can do!!!

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