Exceeding its goal by $1.3 million, the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park celebrated the completion of its capital campaign with a ribbon cutting for its new mainstage theater complex, featuring Moe and Jack’s Place — The Rouse Theatre.
Pair win Skystone Partners prize
A Texas consultant and an Indiana academic who collaborated on a new book about fundraising have won the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy/Skystone Partners Research Prize.
Renowned pianist Emanuel Ax performs solo in benefit concert
The Ben Carlson-Berne Scholarship Fund was created to assist underserved and economically disadvantaged youth musicians in Cincinnati. One of today’s most famous classical pianists, Emanuel Ax, has agreed to perfom here this month to benefit the fund.
Public TV event to be online only
Southwest Ohio’s public television operator has announced that its 56th annual live fundraiser will be reformatted into an online-only event.
ArtsWave raises goal by $200K
The 2023 ArtsWave campaign — the largest community campaign in the nation and primary way Cincinnati funds its arts — kicked off its 74th annual campaign Feb. 10, raising its goal by $200,000 over last year’s total fundraising.
Flying Pig to honor service-minded students
Pig Works, the nonprofit parent organization behind the Flying Pig Marathon, opened applications for its newest youth initiative, Flying Pig Community Scholars.
Cincinnati YWCA names 2023 career women, sets event details
Eight Greater Cincinnati-area women have been selected as 2023 YWCA Greater Cincinnati Career Women of Achievement, outstanding role models for their leadership, vision and renowned professional success that also embraces the mission of the YWCA.
Blankemeyer departs from GreenLight
A well-known community builder is moving her talents to a local business family.
Entrepreneur launches charity
A longtime local entrepreneur has started a public charity to make the technology his company sells available in communities facing significant health disparities.
Freestore hits Giving Tuesday goal
Freestore Foodbank met its $800,000 Giving Tuesday goal — but it’s a fraction of what the organization needs.