Through donations to the annual fund, the YWCA operates domestic violence shelters serving Hamilton, Clermont, Brown and Adams counties; offers GED, job-readiness and literacy classes to adult learners; provides child care and services to families of all income levels and much more.
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.
In the face of increasing threats to students’ civil rights throughout the nation, Children’s Law Center has joined with more than two dozen education and civil rights groups to launch the Education Civil Rights Alliance.
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.
Talbert House has launched a 24/7 hotline to assist Hamilton County veterans and their families.
People’s Liberty will host a multi-week series of events open to the public. Called Intermission, the events will celebrate the halfway point of the 5-year philanthropic experiment headquartered in the Globe Building at Findlay.
Fifteen communities and organizations in Butler and Warren counties are partnering to connect Greater Cincinnati’s two longest trails, the Little Miami Scenic Trail and Great Miami River Trail, linking Hamilton to Mason.