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Mechanical Optimizers delivers cost-effective maintenance to nonprofits in need

The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati now has an updated heating, ventilating and air conditioning system, thanks to the work of local nonprofit, Mechanical Optimizers.

Cincy set to host 28th annual Black Family Reunion

The 28th annual Midwest Regional Black Family Reunion — the only Black Family Reunion in the U.S. — will draw people together for a time of celebration and togetherness this weekend.

ReelAbilities Cincy presents creative opportunity to local filmmakers

Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival is now accepting entries from local videographers — professionals and students alike —who are interested in highlighting the lives and stories of individuals with disabilities.

Culinary and musical pairings to support Hospice of Cincinnati

If Hospice of Cincinnati's services are close to your heart, you have the opportunity to show your support at the Gourmet Melodies fundraiser, organized by the Bethesda Foundation.

Wave Pool merges art with community, hosts 2nd annual pool party fundraiser

Wave Pool is hosting a pool party fundraiser to support the nonprofit's mission as "a dynamic place where art intersects with community. It also wants to be a catalyst for social engagement while cultivating artistic development.

Experience life as an individual with Alzheimer's via the Virtual Dementia Tour

To increase knowledge and awareness of what it’s like to live with Alzheimer’s and dementia, The Kenwood by Senior Star and Second Wind Dreams are joining forces to provide a mobile version of the Virtual Dementia Tour to the public.

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful does its part to spread One Bag of Trash Challenge

One Bag of Trash is gaining traction, as Keep Cincinnati Beautiful has accepted the challenge and now wants to spread it across the country.

Clovernook Center set to unveil Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation's 4th free clinic

Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired will unveil the Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation’s fourth free eye clinic on Aug. 4.

Only NKY homeless shelter keeping families together reopens

Family Promise of Northern Kentucky — the only shelter program in the state that is able to keep entire families together as they experience homelessness — has reopened.

Celebrate National Night Out by strengthening police-community relations on Aug. 2

Over-the-Rhine Community Council is teaming up with the Cincinnati Police, Fire and Sheriff’s departments to host National Night Out — an annual event intended to build police-community partnerships.

Annabelle's Place to provide housing, safety and support to female veterans

North College Hill will soon become home to Annabelle's Place, a new affordable housing community for female veterans. Plans were announced for the project last week.

4th annual Taste of OTR returns to Washington Park on Aug. 26

This year, anyone who enjoys Washington Park during the summer can enjoy the Taste of OTR for two days instead of just one. More than 15,000 people are expected to attend the event on Aug. 26 and 27.

Taking Root puts grant money back into Make a Difference Day

Every October, thousands of volunteers across the country participate in Make a Difference Day. In the Queen City, hundreds of volunteers intend to plant as many trees as possible as part of a project called Taking Root.

Art Academy of Cincinnati professor enjoys second fellowship at Lloyd Library

This summer, Ken Henson has spent his time in the stacks of Lloyd Library preparing a classic novel, Etidorpha, for republication as part of the Curtis G. Lloyd Fellowship.

United Way launches pilot program for preparing young children for school

Born Learning Communities, a pilot program from the United Way, focuses on parents' involvement in preparing their young children for critical academic milestones before they start kindergarten.
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