Starfire is celebrating another year of building better lives for people living with disabilities with two events this week, a breakfast fundraiser June 16 and free Story Soiree July 17.
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber was recently selected as one of three U.S. sites to pilot a Department of Labor program designed to increase workplace inclusion in small businesses for people with disabilities.
World Music Fest, which mixes live performances, art exhibits, interactive programs, and food, will be a feast for the senses as individuals immerse themselves in a multitude of different cultural experiences June 11.
Calling all car enthusiasts! The Ault Park Concours d’Elegance celebrates its 39th annual showcase of the most stunning automobiles and motorcycles throughout history on Sunday, June 12.
The fourth annual Pete Minor Father/Child Basketball Camp, which benefits Kicks for Kids and brings fathers and their children together for a day of activity and engagement, will take place June 18.
Regional leaders and international experts will join together June 10 for the second annual Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit and figure out ways we can work together to reduce carbon emissions.
The Healthy Roots Foundation will host its fourth annual Midsummer Harvest June 12, a picnic experience featuring a local, organic and sustainably raised feast prepared by some of the region’s best chefs.
Jonathan Abe, DePaul Cristo Rey (DPCR) graduating senior and Price Hill resident, is one of just 15 students across the state of Ohio to be named a Gates Millennium Scholar.
The Child Poverty Collaborative of Cincinnati will host Adam Kahane, an international leader in social change, May 24 to brainstorm a plan for working together to reduce childhood poverty in the region.
Cancer Support Community (CSC), which is celebrating 25 years of hope throughout 2016, will host Wine, Women & Shoes Thursday night for more than 250 guests at The Transept.
The Children’s Home of Cincinnati is now equipped to serve 120 children ages 3-8 who are experiencing difficulty functioning — whether emotionally, developmentally, psychologically or behaviorally — in their homes, schools and communities.
It’s National Police Week, and Union Institute & University is doing its part to recognize local officers by expressing gratitude and delivering cookies to five Cincinnati Police stations.
Norwood City Schools’ Avenues for Success will host its second annual Glow for the Cure Saturday as students work to serve their community by raising funds for The Cure Starts Now Foundation and The iWILL Awareness Foundation.
Social Venture Partners Cincinnati will host a free panel discussion and keynote address May 19 to help nonprofits learn ways to scale and accelerate social innovation.
PWC needs the help of skilled volunteers to ensure success at its 34th annual Repair Affair May 14, assisting elderly and low-income homeowners and individuals with disabilities with home improvements or modifications.