United Way of Greater Cincinnati will present honors, including its New Century Award, at the organization’s Leaders and Legends Luncheon. The awards salute 12 individuals and one organization whose work improves people’s lives and fosters the spirit of voluntarism.
Category: Nonprofit News
New LGBTQPIA center opens
Heartland Trans Wellness Group has opened a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, pansexual, intersex and asexual community center. The facility initially will have scheduled programming and events, with drop-in availability increasing as the volunteer roster expands.
Talbert House Parkway Apartments open doors for homeless men and veterans
Talbert House, community partners and supporters celebrated the grand opening March 11 of Parkway Apartments, a 34-unit, LEED-certified multi-family housing prioritized for U.S. military veterans.
Cincy Next announces 2016 Leadership Class
Cincy Next, part of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s HYPE (Harnessing Young Professional Energy) initiative, has announced its next class.
The eight-month program is designed for early-career professionals (approximate ages 22-30) with eight or fewer years of professional work experience.
Lawrence earns AJC award by ‘doing for others’
The American Jewish Committee will present its National Human Relations Award to John T. “Tad” Lawrence III, senior vice president and senior institutional consultant for UBS Financial Services.
30 million liters of clean water, and still flowing
SOTENI International, in partnership with the Procter & Gamble Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program, recently announced it has provided 30 million liters of clean drinking water to people with HIV/AIDS and their families in rural Kenya since 2010.
Help Stamp Out Hunger deliver food to the hungry
The nation’s largest single-day food drive is coming up, and you can be a part of the effort to Stamp Out Hunger.
Ice cream social will help Rabbit Hash
Friends of the Rabbit Hash General Store hope an ice cream social can help generate the money needed to rebuild the iconic, 185-year-old clapboard store that burned down in late February.
Names in the News
Among April’s movers and makers: George Vincent, Helen A. Buford, Anne Mulder, De Asa Nichols, Dena Cranley, Deren Worrell, Brendon Cull, Dora Anim and Larry Mock
Final Hometown Hollywood brings PWC $160,000
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