About 12,000 people joined forces to raise more than $1 million for the fight against premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality during the annual Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky March for Babies event.
Beyond the 78 miles of trails you can walk, run, hike, bike or ride a horse on, Great Parks has two more ways to keep you active outdoors this summer.
You can support the Muscular Dystrophy Association by joining in its annual Lock-Up event by being a jailbird, nominating a colleague to be a jailbird or becoming a sponsor.
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.
More than 5,000 people will converge on Kings Island, not to ride roller coasters, but to walk. The walkers will participate in the JDRF One Walk, one of 200-plus walks nationwide that bring together thousands of people who share JDRF’s mission to create a world without type 1 diabetes.