Impact 100, a women’s philanthropic organization, has awarded grants of $101,000 each to four charities. Read on to find out the recipients and what they’ll do with the funds.
Congratulations to the 56 women have been chosen as Rising Star Award recipients by the YWCA of Greater Cincinnati.
Fifty-five individuals, representing a variety of businesses, will constitute Class 41 of Leadership Cincinnati, the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s leadership development program.
Assistance League is supporting the CYC-UCBA Mentoring Collaborative, a new partnership between the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative and the University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash.
A high-profile group of Northern Kentucky business and civic leaders has launched a new community foundation that will focus squarely on local community needs, primarily in Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties.
Two nonprofits are teaming up to make mental health care more readily available to families living in poverty.
Heimlich Heroes, a Cincinnati-based nonprofit, trains people in recognizing and responding to a choking emergency. Now, a teen and adult program will be offered in addition to the previous focus on kids ages 7 to 14.