More than 200 women joined in the fun at the Wine Women & Shoes benefit for Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky, raising $45,000 for programs and services available to anyone impacted by cancer.
Here’s your chance to make a play to improve your community. Cincinnati’s 2016 Hometown Huddle project is an NFL/United Way initiative coordinated by the Marvin Lewis Community Fund and the Cincinnati Bengals.
MKM needs more than 150 volunteers for the 2016 Kings Island Kicks Cancer Campaign. Proceeds will benefit Melanoma Know More, Pink Ribbon Girls and the DragonFly Foundation. Read on to find out how you can help…
Gourmet Melodies will pair gourmet hors d’oeuvres with musical vignettes from local musicians.
Guests at the 2016 Blues Event will enjoy live piano blues, jazz and rock ’n’ roll, all to benefit Melanoma Know More.
Mercy Health-Cincinnati received $250,000 from the Jacob B. Schmidlapp Trusts that will be used for capital improvements at Mercy Health-Anderson Hospital and The Jewish Hospital-Mercy Health.