PreventionFIRST!, formerly the Coalition for a Drug-Free Greater Cincinnati, held its 20th anniversary Community Awards Luncheon to honor substance abuse prevention leaders in the Tri-State.
Heimlich Heroes, an educational nonprofit, is in the midst of its inaugural fundraising campaign. The organization’s “Imagine…” campaign launched in mid-April with a goal of raising $75,000 in 2016. The free program trains children in grades 2-8 how to recognize, respond and prevent a choking emergency.
Skyward received a $60,000 from Social Venture Partners Cincinnati. In addition, Skyward will receive hundreds of hours of donated professional consulting services worth thousands of dollars to implement LiveWell NKY, an initiative to improve the health of Northern Kentucky residents.
Grab a bib and head for The Midsummer Harvest, a picnic experience featuring a local, organic and sustainably raised feast prepared by Greater Cincinnati’s top sustainably focused chefs. The purpose of the event is to help raise awareness of the link between sustainably raised food and children’s health.
The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati has received $1 million from St. Elizabeth Healthcare to support the new Healthy Living Center at the R.C. Durr YMCA in Burlington, Kentucky.
More than 5,000 supporters are expected to participate in the JDRF One Walk. The community walk is one of more than 200 nationwide that bring together thousands of people each year who share JDRF’s mission to create a world without type 1 diabetes