The Cincinnati Youth Collaborative received $10,000 from AT&T to support work to prepare at-risk students to succeed in life.
The 2017 Difference Maker Awards will honor the unsung heroes – the grandmothers and foster parents, volunteers and community organizations, teenagers and budding child advocates – along with the businesses and professionals who make the Cincinnati area better for children.
Boys Hope Girls Hope recently kicked off the Building Hope Initiative, with a goal to raise $2 million for BHGH programs. The event took place at the groundbreaking for a home for eight BHGH scholars on a lot made available by St. Xavier High School.
As school bells begin ringing again, the need for school uniforms returns. That’s where Assistance League comes in.
Guests from all backgrounds now may find it easier to visit Duke Energy Children’s Museum by participating in Museums for All, which provides discounted admission for families presenting food assistance (EBT) cards.