You can’t have a conversation in Greater Cincinnati about health equity without including bi3, a philanthropic initiative created by Jill Miller, president and CEO of Bethesda Inc., the nonprofit foundation partner of TriHealth, one of the region’s largest health care providers.
Tag: Women Helping Women
Culture FIX: March 2-8
Just when you think things are returning to normal, Bockfest comes along to remind us that normal is, well, relative. Rest assured, there are plenty of saner alternatives to balance out your weekend and beyond. Choose often, yet carefully.
Volunteer administrator group launches program year
The region’s association for volunteer management professionals gets back to work Jan. 6.
A few of their favorite things …
The year 2021 has been one of mixed blessings – greater freedoms and safety tempered by fits and starts and continued uncertainty. Still, there were things to relish and things to be grateful for, and we asked some of those featured recently in M&M to share their “favorite things” about Our Fair City from the past year.
Recent successes in the nonprofit arena
Impact 100, Cincinnati Public Radio and Cincinnati Art Club share their successes.
Impact 100 names finalists for 2020 grants
Impact 100 has named eight finalists to compete in September for one of four $100,000 grants.
Light Up the Night – a flashback to the ‘80s
All you couch potatoes, grab your posse and head over to Jack Cincinnati Casino for Women Helping Women’s 11th annual spring gala, Light Up the Night – Totally ‘80s.
Local luminaries bring star power to Sunday Salons
Think of Sunday Salons as the gift you give yourself to counteract gray winter days.
They’re an afternoon spent with local luminaries talking about interesting and intriguing topics…
Signups for Sunday Salons start Jan. 4
Women Helping Women will present a lineup of 10 Sunday Salons – small gatherings that brighten the dreary days of winter by bringing people together in interesting settings to learn about well-chosen topics.
Light Up the Night marks 10 years helping WHW
A sea of tie dye, peace signs and disco balls greeted more than 500 groovy partygoers as they entered the Horseshoe Casino ballroom to celebrate Light Up the Night’s 10-year anniversary, the benefit for Women Helping Women was themed “A Decade of Peace, Love & Understanding,” and was presented by Marilyn J. Scripps.