Because of God’s Grace (Bogg) Ministries is a non-profit organization that was started to help provide the people of Miamisburg, Ohio and the greater Dayton area, with food, clothing, and other essentials to sustain a healthy lifestyle and to love people so they know that God loves them.

We want to come alongside people offering loving support and assistance with social, emotional, and physical needs. It’s our goal to bring the church out into the world, and not to be restricted to a building. We believe it’s time for local churches to unite and become the expression of God’s love to those who are hurting and need it most.



Bogg began in 2010 when 2 guys named Jason saw a need in Dayton that wasn’t being met in a big enough way. Food assistance is one of the most often overlooked issues in cities like Dayton, because it isn’t always obvious at a first glance. What we see are folks working hard, living in communities just like any other; but when you look inside those homes, you see a different story. Many families struggle to put food on the table on a regular basis when they have worries like utility bills, transportation costs, and sometimes trouble finding steady work.

From this realization came Bogg; Because of God’s Grace Ministries. Bogg has moved from feeding 4 families a week, to over 2,000 people a month throughout the Dayton area. Food provided is distributed through mobile food pantries called Mobile Meals. These events occur at scheduled times and places each month, and there are no requirements for anyone to receive free food items. Anyone who comes out will be given a weeks’ worth of groceries and a hot meal while they are there. How do we do it? We partner with the Dayton Foodbank, and receive all of our food at a discounted price per pound, allowing us to give all that we purchase away for free. We are 100% donation funded, and work to find new and interesting ways to raise money to better our organization.



Tyler is a lifelong resident of the Dayton area and currently resides in Miami Township with his children Dominic and Sydney. He is the Vice President and third generation owner of The Greentree Group and runs the company’s commercial I.T. support service – Back to Business I.T.. Tyler is an avid traveler but loves everything Dayton has to offer; you don’t have to go far to find something incredible! One of Tyler’s favorite things is working to help the community he loves and seeing the ripples associated with improvement.



Catie has lived in Dayton for more than 20 years after being stationed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. After serving in the USAF, Catie focused on raising her young family. Over the last few years Catie has led Outreach for her church, Crossroads Dayton. In this capacity she discovered BOGG and fell in love with its mission. Catie serves weekly around the city with a heart for serving and getting others engaged. She and her husband Randy have four amazing children and spend as much time as possible enjoying outdoor activities, especially hiking and rock climbing.



Brennen Waldron has been involved in nonprofit work for several years, from teaching creative arts to at-risk youth to partnering with overseas ministries in their community development. Newly married, he and his wife have moved to downtown Dayton and are determined to be a part of the movement that will change the hunger problem in their new city. Brennen brings his passion for inner-city rehabilitation and experience in audio and visual media to BOGGs board.



Kameron (Kami) Mosher is a Dayton native who is wife to Andrew, and mother to Eleanor and Ofelia. Kameron has a background in entrepreneurship and operations. Kameron is co owner of shoppe SMITTEN, a boutique located in Springboro, OH. shoppe SMITTEN developed a special partnership with Bogg, exclusively selling ‘Dayton, O’ merchandise which, in return, provides meals for Bogg. She has been attending SouthBrook for ten years and volunteers as a vocalist with Worship Arts. Kameron and her husband also play music in the Dayton area as the band “Different and the Same”.



Terry F. Offenberger is a Certified Public Accountant and a shareholder at Hammerman, Graf, Hughes & Company, Inc., a certified public accounting firm. Terry has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Dayton and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. With his financial background Terry will help BOGG manage its financial matters and plan for future impact. Terry also serves His Hope Teen Challenge as Treasurer, The Greenhouse Miamisburg Church as Treasurer and a Leadership Team Member and is a part of the church’s music ministry. Terry is an active member of the Dayton Rotary. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing the guitar and fishing. Terry lives with his wife and two daughters in Clearcreek Township.



Jason grew up in Vandalia, but has called the Dayton area home since 2006. He has worked in every part of the restaurant industry, doing everything from washing dishes, to managing. So feeding people comes naturally to him. Before co-founding BOGG he worked for 8 years as a photographer/videographer and loved traveling the world taking pictures. At Bogg he is in charge of every aspect of feeding people, including securing food donations, warehousing donations, distributing donations and volunteer development.



Jason lives in Centerville with his wife Jenny and their children Connor and Isley. Jason’s is one of he co-founders of BOGG. His strengths he brings to the organization are leadership, project management, public speaking, fundraising, and support to the organization. He also handles lots of the behind the scenes stuff that keeps the wheel spinning. Jason enjoys CrossFit, everything music and let’s not forget he loves baseball; since he grew up in Wisconsin you know he’s a Brewers fan!