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Tom + Chee to host gift drive for local children with autism

Tom + Chee is hosting a gift drive for Autism 4 Families and Puzzling Panthers, which are support and resource groups for local families of children with autism.

Celebrate the holidays at new Mt. Healthy maker space

If you’re looking for a day of unique activities and holiday cheer, Mt. Healthy businesses and community members are teaming up to make your Saturday a bit merrier.

Take time to pay it forward on #GivingTuesday

Now in its fifth year, #GivingTuesday is intended to kick-start the charitable season by encouraging collective impact and generosity.

Career Online High School graduates 14 adults, furthers opportunity for advancement

The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County recently recognized its most recent Career Online High School graduating class, which was composed of 14 students, on Nov. 16.

ChangingGears to receive $60k, SVP expertise over next three years

Social Venture Partners Cincinnati has invested in seven local nonprofits since 2007 — the latest of which is ChangingGears.

Best Buy awards GCSC grant to continue operations of local 3D printer clubs

Thanks to a $5,000 grant from Best Buy, two 3D Printer Clubs will continue to serve Greater Cincinnati-area students who are eager to design, create and problem-solve.

Reduce food insecurity at free Farm to School Workshop

Ohio State University Extension is offering a free Farm to School Workshop Thursday, Nov. 10 at Pleasant Hill Academy.

Local creatives raise nearly $10K for Make-A-Wish

AIGA Cincinnati hosted GUTS: Creative Carving for Kids at Washington Park last month and raised nearly $10,000 for Make-A-Wish Southern Ohio.

Library Foundation announces newest Writer-in-Residence

The Library Foundation has a new Writer-in-Residence, local high school English teacher Kurt Dinan.

Local employer teams up with Starfire, builds inclusive workplace environment

On Oct. 18, Kinetic Vision received the 2016 Ohio Employer of the Year Award from the Governor’s Council on People with Disabilities. The organization was recognized for its inclusive workplace environment for people with disabilities.

United Way raises $62.1 million

Debbie Williams was the keynote speaker at Friday’s Oct. 28 United Way campaign finale at the Duke Energy Convention Center, which raised $62.1 million. Williams thanked the crowd of 650 for supporting the Northern Kentucky Scholar House where she lives with her two-year-old daughter while she attends Cincinnati State Community and Technical College.

Community Child Poverty Summit Saturday

Nearly half of all children living in the city of Cincinnati live in impoverished families. Over 33,000 children in Cincinnati and nearly 55,000 children in Hamilton County live in households with income below the federal poverty line.
On Saturday, Oct. 29 Cincinnatians will gather for the Child Poverty Collaborative's second community summit to better understand poverty in the community and co-create community commitments for action.

Clovernook Center: 113 years of creating jobs for disabled Cincinnatians

Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired has helped to create jobs for 113 years both on-site and within the community.

Neighbors helping neighbors, ReSource celebrates 30 years

Thirty years have passed since the founding of ReSource in 1986, and much has been accomplished in that time by the nonprofit whose mission is to make other nonprofits stronger.

Local artists team up, support Pets in Need

Calling all pet lovers: Pets in Need of Greater Cincinnati will host its third annual fundraiser, Petcasso, on Nov. 19.
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