He was born his parents’ ninth child and ninth son. Despite an obvious propensity for boys, his parents did not have a boy’s name chosen when he was born. So the headline in the local Maysville paper read: “Unnamed boy makes baseball team for the McKays.”
Ramesh Malhotra: From mining the earth to a quest for meaning
A local entrepreneur is about to begin selling off his massive visual art collection to benefit the careers of select Cincinnati artists. Learn more about Ramesh Malhotra.
The Playhouse that Jack & Moe built
Perhaps it was inevitable that Moe and Jack Rouse’s names would assume the place of honor when the Playhouse in the Park opens its new mainstage theater on March 11.
Rudderless to taking the helm: John Earls’ journey with Prospect House
When he entered Prospect House in 1995, John Earls felt rudderless. He’s come a long way since then. So far, in fact, that he recently took the helm of the East Price Hill-based residential drug and alcohol treatment center.
Liz Carter of Scripps: The hard work of smart giving
Giving away money can seem like such a delightful thing to do. If somebody is needy, you give them some money, they feel better, and you feel better. The world smiles upon everybody involved.
Social Venture Partners supports nonprofits, driving social innovation with Project XLR8
Social Venture Partners Cincinnati is a group of professionals, who donate money and volunteer to provide hands-on, in-depth coaching, training and guidance for nonprofits, pioneered the pitch competition in our region.
Alpaugh Family Economics Center helps nonprofits explain their impact
The Alpaugh Family Economics Center is likely best known for the economic education and financial literacy programs offered to teachers, students and parents.
Opening vistas and fueling dreams through Adopt A Class
You don’t have to convince Bill Burwinkel, winner of this year’s National Philanthropy Day Philanthropist of the Year award, about the importance of a good education and career guidance.After quitting high school to join the Army he bounced from job to job, never able to get a promotion because he lacked a college degree.
A career of turning on the lights in donor’s hearts and minds
“When I think of the great families I had the privilege of working with, they all needed help, whether they were a Herschede, a Rosenthal, a Corbett, a Lindner, a Durr, a Fath or a Budig. Many of the great families who have given so much had to learn how to do it by teaching themselves or getting help along the way.”
Tragic loss, and help she received, led to life of volunteering
National Philanthropy Day Volunteer of the Year Stacey Meyer knows about childhood grief firsthand: At age 9, she lost her mother to suicide.