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 for the Blind and Visually Impaired has helped to create jobs for 113 years both on-site and within the community.
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.
Calling all pet lovers: Pets in Need of Greater Cincinnati will host its third annual fundraiser, Petcasso, on Nov. 19.
First-time homebuyers interested in purchasing in Uptown Cincinnati now have the opportunity to apply for a $1,500 grant.
National Make a Difference Day is Oct. 22, and Covington residents are invited to join their neighbors in three projects.
The Eileen Berke Occupational Therapy Center at Cincinnati State provides students with a one-of-a-kind learning opportunity — it allows for interactive demonstrations and depicts the living experiences of both individuals with disabilities as well as those who choose to age in place.
A Walnut Hills High School (WHHS) student-led group is doing its part to educate themselves and others about refugees and their needs, while offering a helping hand and system of support.
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful has a new public service announcement that speaks to something we all have in common — the desire to live in a neighborhood, and in a city, that’s free of blight and vacancy.
Nearly 300 individuals will gather together October 20 to honor friends, residents, and supporters of Over-the-Rhine Community Housing (OTRCH) at its annual fundraiser “Celebrating Our Beloved Community.”
Amelia BEERhart: Celebrating Women in the Craft Beer Industry presents an opportunity to not only honor strong women who brew beer, but also to honor strong women who have survived domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Realtors With Heart will present a new AED to the people of Over-the-Rhine 10:30 a.m.Thursday morning, Oct.13 on the corner of 12th and Jackson Streets at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.
October 2-8 is Mental Illness Awareness Week, and one way in which the UGCNOMI is doing its part in raising awareness is through a partnership with ReelAbilities Cincinnati Film Festival.
On Oct. 6, the Ohio Civil Rights Hall of Fame will induct six new members, one of whom is a Cincinnati native and active community member.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is inviting you to reimagine your symphony experience with its new initiative — Friday Orange — an idea that stemmed from the desire to make the CSO more energetic and inviting.