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Walk With Family 5K to support Interfaith Hospitality Network's work with homeless families

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati is hosting its first-ever fundraising walk, Walk with Family 5K, on Saturday, Nov. 14 in Eden Park.
 

Clark Schaefer Hackett partners with DePaul Cristo Rey through work study program

DePaul Cristo Rey High School students are gaining real-world work experience before they graduate thanks to a work/study program and collaboration with Clark Schaefer Hackett. 

Women-centered soHza partners with YWCA Cincinnati to connect with women across globe

Debbie Lupariello's soHza organization recently partnered with YWCA Cincinnati to connect women in developing countries with local women in need through handmade jewelry. 

House Doctors opens applications for free home accessibility ramps

House Doctors franchisees nationwide are collaborating to extend a helping hand to those in need by crafting accessibility ramps that allow for easier home access.

Price Hill seeks artists, businesses to participate in window painting competition

Price Hill Will and its Arts Community Action Team are seeking artists and businesses to take part in the neighborhood’s 11th annual Holiday on the Hill Window Painting Competition.
 

Physician Keith Melvin continues to raise awareness with Black & White Cancer Survivors' Gala

Keith Melvin, Mercy Health physician and founder of the nonprofit Black and White Cancer Survivors Foundation, is a testament to the fact that "cancer is not a death sentence."

Local celebs fuel Dancing With Our Hearts to raise funds for 8 charities

The Nov. 7 gala and dance competition Dancing With Our Hearts will kick off a series of dance-related events organized by Jeremy and Desiree Mainous to raise awareness and funds for nonprofits throughout the year.

Talbert House 50th anniversary celebration to support Camp Possible program

Talbert House celebrates 50 years of building a stronger community at its anniversary celebration Nov. 7 at the Hyatt Regency Cincinnati, followed by an afterparty at Horseshoe Casino.

Toss for Techs to raise money for Per Scholas IT training

Per Scholas is hosting an inaugural fundraiser to support its free IT job training for low-income or unemployed individuals Oct. 27 at CityLink Center.

TriHealth and People Working Cooperatively team up to prevent, reduce falls among elderly

To reduce the number of hospital stays and ER visits attributed to falls, TriHealth has partnered with People Working Cooperatively to implement a three-year evidence-based study, thanks to a $1.2 million grant from Bethesda Inc.
 

Seniors Who Rock to honor active senior citizens

Pro Seniors will honor four senior citizens at its Seniors Who Rock event on Nov. 9: Marty Brennaman, Sr. Rose Ann Fleming, Hon. Nathaniel Jones and Mary Meinhardt.

Evanston Spirit of Progress Mural project manager awarded $2,500 grant

Felix Rodriguez was recently awarded $2,500 through a grant made possible by from School Outfitters, a partner in creating the Evanston Spirit of Progress Mural.
 

Beaux Arts Ball to honor Art Academy of Cincinnati supporters & donors who helped with its OTR move

The Art Academy of Cincinnati is celebrating the 10th anniversary of moving to Over-the-Rhine at its Oct. 23 Beaux Arts Ball at the Verdin Bell Event Centre.

Library's Homework Help program plans to expand thanks to donation

Homework Help, a program providing free after-school assistance for students K-8 at various Cincinnati Public Library locations, will be able to expand thanks to a large donation from the Marge & Charles J. Schott Foundation.

Next round of Creative Community Grants are available for Covington projects

Covington's Creative Community Grant program is looking to award $5,000 to creative projects focused on inclusion in any shape or form.
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