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Center for Great Neighborhoods launches Healthy Corner Store Initiative

Covington's Center for Great Neighborhoods recently launched an initiative to provide residents, especially schoolkids, access to healthy food choices.

Impact 100 announces it will award four $101,500 grants in 2016

Impact 100 will award four grants of $101,500 each in 2016 thanks to record-breaking member enrollment.

LaRosa's chain raises $43,000 to help address food insecurity in winter

Local staple LaRosa’s Family Pizzeria makes it a priority to not only prepare food for its customers but to also provide funds for organizations — like the Freestore Foodbank — that take action against fighting hunger across the Tristate.

My Furry Valentine finds new homes for pets

Hundreds of pets will be available for adoption during My Furry Valentine Feb. 13-14 at the Sharonville Convention Center.

People Working Cooperatively plans final Hometown Hollywood Gala

People Working Cooperatively will host its final Hometown Hollywood Gala, which has raised $1.7 million in funding throughout the years, benefiting its Modifications for Mobility program.  

Envision Children to host pre-Valentine's Day painting fundraiser

Envision Children, a nonprofit providing educational enrichment and support to students in need of that "extra push," hosts a Feb. 12 Sweet Art "friendraiser" with painting lessons, small bites, wine and friendship.

A'cat'emy Awards supports local shelter's expanding programs

The Ohio Alleycat Resource & Spay/Neuter Clinic hosts its fifth annual A'cat'emy Awards Extravaganza Feb. 27 to raise money to support its no-kill shelter programs.

International wines to be featured at 26th annual Cincinnati Wine Festival

Wines from all around the world will be featured at the Cincinnati Wine Festival March 3-5 at various locations throughout the city. 

True Body Project celebrates 10-year anniversary, keeps disrupting expectations

Since its inception 10 years ago, Stacy Sims' True Body Project has created two books, a documentary film and a website by and for girls, My True Space; her City Silence gatherings continue this month.

Mentoring program aims to help first-year college students, encourage retention

First-year college students will have mentoring help thanks to a partnership between the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative and local schools and organizations.

MotherLOVE to host first workshop for grieving mothers

MotherLOVE, created for bereaved mothers by bereaved mothers, will host its first workshop Feb. 26 to give grieving mothers a roadmap of how to get from survival to living well.

Local organizations compete for $30,000 to further social innovation via SVP's Fast Pitch

Social Venture Partners Cincinnati is once again hosting its Fast Pitch competition, in which innovative organizations learn to communicate their missions in effective and engaging ways.

United Way leads effort for Earned Income Tax Credit awareness via free tax prep

The 10-year anniversary of Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day is Jan. 29, marking a nationwide effort to draw taxpayers’ attention to its potential benefit and to offer free tax preparation. 

Heimlich Heroes plans to double the program's child trainees in 2016

Heimlich Heroes has trained more than 25,000 kids in 37 states since its implementation in 2013 and plans to double that number by the end of 2016. 

Findlay Market's incubator kitchen nearing completion

The Findlay Kitchen incubator space is still about a month from opening at Findlay Market, but there's already a solid group of members raring to open the doors.  
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