Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, Sleepy Bee Café said it has earned B Corp Certification from the nonprofit B Lab, joining a select few restaurant groups leading a global movement in inclusive, equitable and regenerative economy.
Action Tank CEO resigns
Ioanna Paraskevopoulos, who created a new nonprofit four years ago to help local residents navigate government processes and systems, is stepping down as its executive director.
Nonprofit awards $365K to startups
Main Street Ventures, a local nonprofit that provides equity-free funding to entrepreneurs and startups in eight counties within the Tri-State region, has awarded $365,838 in grant funding to nineteen local entrepreneurs during its first quarter grant cycle.
Job-growth agency changes name
BE NKY Growth Partnership (BE NKY) is the new name for the economic development company in Northern Kentucky, providing private and public sector leaders with the expertise they need to build their businesses and elevate the economy in Boone, Kenton, and Campbell counties.
Nonprofits honor AmeriCorps members
Santa Maria Community Services joins many other nonprofit organizations across Greater Cincinnati in recognizing during AmeriCorps Week March 12-18 the commitment of individuals who have chosen to serve their country through the AmeriCorps program.
Christ, Indiana hospitals expand link
The Christ Hospital Health Network will make its heart specialists available five days a week to patients of Margaret Mary Health, a Batesville, Ind., hospital that has collaborated with the Mt. Auburn institution for 32 years.
Portman, UC create policy center
The University of Cincinnati and former U.S. Sen. Rob Portman have created the Portman Center for Policy Solutions to encourage results-oriented public service.
New research: Volunteerism in trouble
Volunteers are now harder to find and engage.
Accelerator expanding programming
Aviatra Accelerators, a Cincinnati nonprofit accelerator dedicated to empowering women and small businesses, with education, resources and connections, has created SOAR, a new program of workshop-style events for women with an entrepreneurial interest.
Funder makes $200K in contributions
Main Street Venture said nine companies have received funding for their projects through its most recent round of grants, totaling $200,000.