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COMTO to award transportation, planning, engineering students $10,000 in scholarships

Students planning to study engineering, management, planning, mechanics or any other transportation-related field in college are eligible to apply for a COMTO Cincinnati Chapter scholarship.

National Industries for the Blind recognizes Clovernook Center as 2015 Growth Award recipient

National Industries for the Blind, the nation's largest employment resource for individuals affected by blindness, has recognized Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired with its 2015 Growth Award.

United Way aims to improve local access to federal college grants via TEAM-FAFSA

United Way of Greater Cincinnati has brought together a multitude of community partners to make college education for more low-income and first generation students a reality through its TEAM-FAFSA pilot program. 

Join the March Madness at Starfire Council's 18th annual Final Four FlyAway

Starfire Council of Greater Cincinnati is gathering people together to engage in the fun of bracket challenges, local eats and drinks and live action on multiple televisions during its 18th annual Final Four FlyAway fundraiser March 19.

Random Acts of Kindness launches #Kindcash initiative

Random Acts of Kindness’ latest endeavor #Kindcash, a pay-it-forward initiative encouraging patrons of local establishments to preemptively purchase something for a customer in need, is beginning to catch on.

COV200 still at work ensuring a lasting legacy from bicentennial celebration

COV200 hosts a Legacy Launch Event at the Madison Event Center Feb. 25 to unveil plans to meet the goal of its Legacy Education Initiative.

Skyward rolls out LiveWell NKY to improve health outcomes

Skyward recently unveiled the pilot version of community-wide initiative LiveWell NKY that aims to improve the health of Northern Kentucky residents.

Accelerate Great Schools announces $1.43 million in grants to Cincinnati public and Catholic schools

Accelerate Great Schools will invest $1.43 million in grants to help support efforts by Cincinnati Public Schools and Seton Education Partners to improve student success.

The Carnegie's Art of Food celebrates 10 years of food, music and art

The Carnegie is hosting two nights of The Art of Food Feb. 24 and 26 to commemorate the exhibition's 10th anniversary.

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.
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