For 19 years, People Working Cooperatively has gone the glam route with its annual Oscar Night event, Hometown Hollywood, raising more than $1.7 million. But this year, the nonprofit plans to deliver a fresh take on its signature fundraising event.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding $3.8 million to Strategies to End Homelessness and Lighthouse Youth Services to support efforts to end youth homelessness by 2020.
The Scripps Howard Foundation, which is based in Cincinnati, distributed $800,000 in community grants in Greater Cincinnati, with most going to nonprofits battling heroin addiction and improving the lives of people in poverty.
The Zonta Service Fund of Cincinnati – the Zonta Club of Cincinnati’s nonprofit arm – is accepting grant applications from area nonprofit organizations for service projects.
The Parish Health Ministry of Episcopal Retirement Services has expanded its annual Refresh Your Soul conference to include an optional second day featuring Dementia Care Summit.
This Christmas, St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati provided 1,000 meals to neighbors in need at its Liz Carter Outreach Center in the West End.
Social Venture Partners Cincinnati has selected ChangingGears as its newest recipient of grant funds and professional consulting.