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OTR eco garden teaches local youth how to grow organic vegetables

The eco garden that sits at 1718 Main St. across from Rothenberg Preparatory Academy in Over-the-Rhine teaches neighborhood kids self-reliance through the growth of organic fruits and vegetables.

National Science Foundation grant helps establish 3D Printer Clubs in local schools

13 local schools and education centers are able to establish 3D Printer Clubs thanks to a $50,000 National Science Foundation grant to UC.

A Night with Scott and Friends to benefit Manna Food Pantry on Dec. 12

A Night with Scott and Friends, the West side’s annual community Christmas concert, returns Dec. 12 at the Heritage Community Church, with proceeds benefiting Manna Food Pantry.

Charitable Words to host benefit event at secret location

Charitable Words hosts a benefit Dec. 17 at a secret location and is inviting the community to participate in an unorthodox way of retrieving a free ticket: a scavenger hunt video.

Covington's Center for Great Neighborhoods kicks off campaign to finish creative hub renovations

Covington's Center for Great Neighborhoods kicked off its two-month Annual Campaign Nov. 18 to fill the funding gap for building the Hellmann Creative Center. 

Platinum Marketing Group opens office space to local nonprofits

Platinum Marketing Group is donating a portion of its downtown office space to be used free of charge by local nonprofit organizations for board meetings, training sessions or fundraising events.

HOME, Cincinnati Human Relations Commission team for Building Inclusive Communities forum

Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) and Cincinnati Human Relations Commission (CHRC) host a neighborhood forum Dec. 1 to discuss how to build inclusive communities in Greater Cincinnati.  

Title Boxing Club Loveland helps fund research, aims to knock out pediatric cancer

Title Boxing Club members and non-members alike have the opportunity to preemptively burn off Thanksgiving calories on Thursday morning while benefiting CancerFree KIDS, a nonprofit that funds pediatric cancer research.

Constella 2016 will push classical music boundaries to engage audiences

Constella Festival of Music and Fine Arts has announced its 2016 season, which is invigorated with new collaborations that push expectations and conventions for classical music into new territory.

Skirball Museum begins to open "Ten Treasures" collection to the public

A new collection of Jewish art and artifacts is open for viewing at the Skirball Museum, where only 10 pieces of the collection's 1,500 total will be on display at any time.

Jewish Federation of Cincinnati's Community Campaign focuses on maximum impact

The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati raised more than $5 million this year as part of its annual Community Campaign to aid local, national and global agencies and programs.

St. Rita closes out 100-year celebration with Annual Scholarship Benefit

St. Rita School for the Deaf closes its 100-year anniversary celebration with its scholarship benefit event Nov. 14 at the Sharonville Convention Center.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra announces poetry contest winners

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra recently announced the six winners of its One City, One Symphony poetry contest focused on the question, "What does freedom mean to you?"

Education at Work helps students earn more than $1 million in tuition assistance

Norwood-based Education at Work just passed a $1 million milestone that helps millennials graduate from college with less debt and less stress. 

Style & Steps to support Off the Streets program

Cincinnati Union Bethel hosts its annual Style & Steps event on Thursday, Nov. 12 to benefit its Off the Streets residential program to help trafficked and prostituted women recover and find community integration.
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