TriHealth announced a landmark $100 million, multi-year investment to expand and enhance its cancer care capabilities throughout Greater Cincinnati – starting with a $62 million investment in a new Comprehensive Cancer Care Center at Bethesda North Hospital.
Martha and Carl H. Lindner III have committed $500,000 to United Way of Greater Cincinnati for the Child Poverty Collaborative’s One to One Family Initiative.
Their gift will be recognized as part of United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s 2017 annual campaign and, outside of United Way, is the largest and most long-term of all contributions toward the Child Poverty Collaborative.
Bethesda Inc. has given a $85,000 grant to Every Child Succeeds to evaluate and publish the results of a pilot program to pair home health visitors with community health workers to improve the health and well-being of at-risk mothers and their babies.
Transitioning from high school to college can be tough, both emotionally and financially. Covington Partners, Holmes High School and the HHS Youth Service Center would like to soften the blow for as many college-bound seniors as possible by providing them with a College Success Starter Kit.
Frequent emergency room visitors and babies and mothers with opioid addictions will benefit from grants made by Bethesda Inc.
Some of Cincinnati’s poorest have never seen a doctor of any kind, much less an eye doctor. And those with chronic illnesses like diabetes may not realize their eyesight can be damaged by the disease. The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation wants to preserve sight for everyone, regardless of ability to pay.