Several key Cincinnati nonprofits have announced major, game-changing grants and fundraising efforts that will help them deliver needed services to residents of our region.
TriHealth announced a landmark $100 million, multi-year investment to expand and enhance its cancer care capabilities throughout Greater Cincinnati – starting with a $62 million investment in a new Comprehensive Cancer Care Center at Bethesda North Hospital.
Frequent emergency room visitors and babies and mothers with opioid addictions will benefit from grants made by Bethesda Inc.
For 130 years, Covington Ladies Home has provided a place where every woman matters, regardless of her financial means. Now CLH is launching a $3.5 million capital campaign to perform renovations and build an expansion on the Victorian they call home.
Bethesda Inc. awarded five grants totaling nearly $8 million to fund local health care projects. Read on to see how they are investing in the health of our communities.
A $350,000 investment is made in GreenLight Cincinnati. Part of a national venture that raises and invests funds for innovative, high-impact programs to improve the economic mobility, opportunities and outcomes for low-income children, youth and families.