Magnified Giving, which seeks to educate, inspire and engage students in lifelong philanthropy, wrapped up its 2016 student program with four awards ceremonies.
A new program here in Cincinnati is based on the premise that the key to building a sustainable arts community is engaging arts consumers of all ages in active participation in creating art. Your input is needed to help shape the development of this program. Complete the survey for a chance to win a $100 Amazon Gift Card.
Ten girls have received scholarships through the YWCA’s Mamie Earl Sells Scholars program. Presented by Kroger, the scholarship recognize African-American high school girls for academic achievement, leadership, extracurricular involvement and community service.
The Elder High School Board of Trustees received a gift of $3.5 million honoring the legacy of retiring Principal Tom Otten.
If you’re a woman pursuing a business degree, Zonta Club might have a scholarship for you. The Zonta Club of Cincinnati is accepting applications for the $500 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship.
More than 2,000 guests are expected for the 2016 YWCA Career Women of Achievement Luncheon. Proceeds from the event will help support the organization’s community programs. In addition to the previous announcement of the eight women who will receive Career Women of Achievement Awards, two scholarship winners will be honored.
Nine students received new laptops as part of the University of Cincinnati Medical Mentor Program, or Med Mentors. The laptops were made possible by a gift from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.