More than 100 people gathered for Cincinnati Eastside Rotary’s Annual Charity 4 Scholarships Gala, raising over $12,000.
The Woodward Theater will receive $150,000 to restore its marquee, thanks to winning the online vote at VoteYourMainStreet.org.
Three Arts Scholarship plans to distribute $240,000 in scholarships in 2018 in the disciplines of music, drama and visual art.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is hoping to collect 3,000 coats during its annual drive. New and gently used winter coats can be dropped off at locations across the Tri-State through Jan. 10, 2018.
The battle against opioid addiction will have more combatants on the front lines, thanks to a $138,000 grant from ServeOhio.
Mercy Health will use the funds to train 10 AmeriCorps members to augment the work of Mercy Health’s emergency department staff.
The AmeriCorps members will provide patient education on addiction, help connect patients with treatment and resources, and administer screenings, as needed. They will follow up with patients regularly and track patient outcomes.
The AmeriCorps members will be based at Mercy Health emergency departments across the region.
AmeriCorps is part of the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that engages millions of Americans in service. ServeOhio, Ohio’s commission on service and volunteerism, awards AmeriCorps grants to support service initiatives in the state.
The battle against opioid addiction will have more combatants on the front lines, thanks to a $138,000 grant from ServeOhio. Mercy Health will use the funds to train 10 AmeriCorps members to augment the work of Mercy Health’s emergency department staff.
Volunteers from the Ethicon Endo-Surgery veteran affinity group honored the memory of 9/11 by working to build a home in Cincinnati’s Hartwell neighborhood.
The Jewish Innovation Fund announced the winners of its second annual competition. More than $100,000 was awarded to the six projects.
In its sixth round of Creative Community Grants, the Center for Great Neighborhoods again will focus attention on the specific needs of four of Covington’s 19 neighborhoods. The grants, funded through multi-year support from the Kresge Foundation, total almost $25,000.…