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Joan’s Journey 1st annual corn hole tournament
Come join us on Sunday, August 19th @ 1pm for our first annual Joan’s Journey Corn Hole Tournament! If you’ve been to our scavenger hunt, you KNOW you’re gonna have fun!
Form a team of 2; cost is $20 per team. MUST pre-register! No registrations the day of the event. No exceptions.
Drinks and food will be available at the concession stands.
There will be raffle items and split the pot.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
2018 Bubble Blast 5k
Corwin Nixon Park, Mason
6249 Mason Montgomery Road
Food, music, vendor fair, dancing, bubble pit and much more!
Family friendly, strollers welcome
Register by August 1st with a team of 15 or more and pick your own team shirt color.
Registration begins at 8:30 am, the Bubble Blast starts at 10:00 am
$40/Adults, $25/Children 5-17, under 5 Free
Prizes for largest team and biggest fundraisers
UC Annual 5K For Better Hearing
Come join us for the annual UC 5K Walk/Run for Better Hearing! There will be prizes, raffle baskets (up to $1,000 in raffle basket items), a photobooth, and much to learn about your hearing health and the field of Audiology! All are invited – so bring your friends or the whole family!
This is the biggest fundraiser of the year for our non-profit student organization. Proceeds from this event goes towards sending students on mission trips to deliver free hearing aids and hearing services to individuals who otherwise cannot afford them in rural KY, Mexico, and Jamaica. Our organization also gives back to the community by providing free hearing screenings at local events, giving out free hearing protection, and educating the public about their hearing health!
Register for our 5K today using the link below! With registration, you will receive a UC 5K T-shirt. Early bird pricing disappears before August!
Register here: https://tinyurl.com/UCSAA5k
We hope to see you all there!
Wine Over Water
Ticket purchase includes six tasting tickets for wine or beer and six tasting tickets for food. Additional wine and beer is available for purchase by the glass. There are no physical tickets issued for this event. Check-in tables will be at the entrance of the Purple People Bridge on both the Cincinnati and Kentucky sides.
Please make sure to have your ID with you as this is a 21 + event and no one under the age of 21 will be admitted.
CJN Rescue Tails Charity Ball
$50 per person includes buffet dinner, beer, wine, OTR Improv performance. Silent auction, raffles. Reservations only. Must reserve seat by August 15th. Call 513.460.388 CJN raises money to help save animals not only in the Cincinnati area but throughout the county. We advocate for spay and neuter. We help small rescues and rural shelters with needed funds to continue saving lives. Joins us for a fun filled evening for a great cause.
The Standard Volunteer Expo
The Standard’s Volunteer Expo is a free event that brings nonprofits together in one place, helping Oregonians and Cincinnatians discover service and donation opportunities that fit their skills and interests.
Participating organizations represent a wide variety of focus areas including arts, culture, humanities, the environment, animal welfare, health, human services and more. Whether you’re looking for a one-time volunteer opportunity or a longer-term commitment, the Volunteer Expo is a great way to connect with nonprofits and start making a difference.
‘The nonprofit organizations featured at the Volunteer Expo have an invaluable impact on our communities, and they count on the public’s support and involvement to achieve their missions,’ said Greg Ness, chairman, president and CEO of The Standard. “At The Standard, we’re proud to host the annual Volunteer Expos because when nonprofits and community members connect, everyone wins.’
The Volunteer Expo kicks off The Standard’s annual Employee Giving Campaign. The campaign takes place in September and encourages company employees to support schools and nonprofit organizations of their choosing. The Standard matches those contributions up to $5,000 per employee. Last year, employees raised more than $4.4 million (including company matching funds), affecting more than 1,700 organizations. Connect with dozens of local nonprofit organizations.
My name is JoAnna Rankins and I am the president of a nonprofit organization called Dee’s Angels. We are having our first Annual Angel Bash on September 15th at the Florence Lions Club in Florence Kentucky from 4-8. Our nonprofit is focused on improving the lives of cancer patients through programs such as Family Day and donations to the Christ Hospital financial aid services for patients currently going through treatment. We also have a community focus with a program called House Shoes to Dress Shoes that focuses on providing a solid foundation for success in regards to career, educational etc. for youth ages 18-24 in the Covington and Newport Area. We would be so appreciative to be featured on your website! Thank you for your consideration.
Anything For Kids Sale
Anything for Kids Sale has bargain prices on gently used clothing preemies to teens, toys, and equipment twice a year! Anything you need to find for your child regardless if you have 1, 2, 3 or more may be found here!
2018 Fall Anything for Kids Sale
You will find fall and winter items at this sale
Saturday September 15, 2018
Lakota East High School
Next to Children’s Liberty/I-75
6840 Lakota Ln.
Liberty Township, OH 45044
$1 cash admission
Items for singles & multiples. Open to anyone in the public– not just for parents of multiples.
This is a fundraiser for us with members selling their items with a percentage going to this non-profit organization to cover club expenses, member events, as well as outreach including sponsoring a room at Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House.
West Chester Mothers of Twins and More Club serves the Greater Cincinnati area. We meet on the first Tuesday of the month at West Chester Church of Nazarene 7951 Tylersville Rd. West Chester, OH 45069. We support all families raising and expecting multiples (twins, triplets, more). See wcmultiples.com for more information!
St. Joseph Orphanage ‘A Night Under the Stars’
September 22, 2018
St. Joseph Orphanage ‘A Night Under the Stars’ Gala at 5:30p.m. at the home of Joe and Lorraine Mayernik. Enjoy a night out, complete with a scenic view of the Ohio River. Cocktails, Dinner by the Bite, a Silent Auction, and so much more! $200 per person, includes parking. Contact email@example.com or go to website www.stjosephorphanage.org/2018-stars/ for tickets and more information.
All net proceeds benefit more than 1,500 of the most vulnerable children and young adults who suffer with mental health, educational and behavioral concerns often due to abuse, neglect, and trauma. St. Joseph Orphanage (SJO) is a Comprehensive Behavioral Health and Educational Treatment Agency providing various Behavioral Health Services, Education Programs, Foster Care, and Medication Management.
Celebration of Angels
Celebration of Angels honors everyday people who go above and beyond and become someone’s angel during their time of need. All money raised profits the Mary Jo Cropper Center for Breast Care located on the Bethesda North Campus.
This year’s focus is to raise money for a new Mammography Van. More women are being diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. With the Van we are able to go into areas of our city where sometimes transportation is difficult and help women get diagnosed sooner so they can receive treatment and be back on the road to recovery.
Please join us at the Manor House in Mason on September 30th for an auction, raffle, dinner and to meet an Angel! For info call 513.813.1997
Light The Night
Light The Night is an annual walk that raises money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma’s funding of research to find blood cancer cures. We bring hope instead of despair by working to ensure access to treatments for all blood cancer patients. We bring communities together to celebrate those who are fighting the disease and honor those we have lost. Each year, friends, families, and co-workers form teams to raise money in support of our mission. On October 11, our chapter will be hosting the Cincinnati walk at Yeatman’s Cove. We will gather together to celebrate, honor, and remember those touched by cancer.
CAT FEST is a family-friendly fundraising event that benefits Center for Addiction Treatment (CAT) in Cincinnati, OH. All proceeds help pay for drug and alcohol addiction treatment for those who otherwise couldn’t afford it. The event will take place on Saturday, October 13 on the Purple People Bridge. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the event will end at 10:00 p.m. CAT FEST will feature live music by Empty Garden, local food trucks, amazing raffle baskets, a kids’ area, a Light the Way to Recovery segment, and more! Early Bird tickets are $35 per person or $125 for a family 4-pack. Children’s tickets are $10, and tickets for groups of 10 or more are $25 apiece. Register by October 3 on catfestcincinnati.com to receive this early bird pricing!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Love Amplified -Fashion with a Passion Fashion Show
Ohio Valley Voices will be hosting its third annual “Love Amplified” Fashion with Passion Show this fall. An amazing New York style fashion show, dinner by the bite, with a unique shopping boutique and silent auction. An expected crowd of 500 guests from the Tristate area.
Ohio Valley Voices is the top early intervention and educational programs in the country that teaches children with profound to mild hearing loss to listen and talk through intense speech and hearing therapy coupled with hearing aids and cochlear implants.