Give Back Tuesday

Give Back Tuesday: DAV 5/21

    Memorial Day is less than a week away so we wanted to spotlight a nonprofit here in town that serves our veterans, DAV (Disabled American Veterans)! Today on the show we were joined by Dan Clare, a Veteran, hero, and staff member at DAV. DAV is a leading nonprofit that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of …

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Give Back Tuesday: Ronald McDonald House 5/14

    Today on Give Back Tuesday we were joined by Sarah Curry-Rathel from the Ronald McDonald House of Cincinnati! The Ronald McDonald House is a home for critically-ill children and their families. Most families that stay at “The House” travel from around the world in need of expert medical care in Cincinnati. They arrive exhausted, afraid and stressed. The …

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Give Back Tuesday: Foreverland Farm 5/7

  Most of you know by now how much I loooooove animals. So today’s show was especially exciting for me. 🙂 I was joined by Brittney Kane of Foreverland Farm! This amazing nonprofit cares for abused, neglected or disabled farm animals. They have horses, pigs, cows, goats, sheep, chickens…. You name it! The beautiful Lala ❤ It can be very …

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Give Back Tuesday: PigAbilities 4/30

  With the Flying Pig coming up this weekend, I thought it would be fun to bring in Tim Ruge of PigAbilities! PigAbilities is for people of all ages with disabilities who want to participate in the Flying Pig festivities. It’s a one-mile race, this Saturday, that starts at 1pm on the East Plaza of Paul Brown Stadium and ends …

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Give Back Tuesday: Most Valuable Kids 4/23

    Every week I am BLOWN AWAY by the amazing people in our community dedicating their time to helping others. Today on the show we were joined by Sherri Friedman of Most Valuable Kids!  Most Valuable Kids of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. (MVK) brings inspiration to under served kids in our community. MVK does this by offering charitable children’s organizations …

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Give Back Tuesday: Parental Hope 4/16

  Today on the show we were joined by the founder of Parental Hope, David Bross, and Mindi and Kevin Huber! Parental Hope’s mission is to raise infertility awareness and provide emotional and financial support to hopeful couples battling infertility. For those struggling with infertility the battle can be all consuming. In addition to the toll it can take on …

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Give Back Tuesday: ArtsWave 4/9

Today on Give Back Tuesday we were joined by Kathy from ArtsWave! ArtsWave is the lead planner, promoter and fundraiser of the arts in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region. ArtsWave was the first and continues to be largest community arts fund in the nation. Strong funding has allowed Cincinnati’s arts and culture scene to become a national draw …

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Give Back Tuesday: Cincinnati Ballet 4/2

  Today’s show was SO MUCH FUN! I was joined by Cincinnati Ballet dancers, Edward Gonzalez and Cervilio Amador. Did you know the Cincinnati Ballet is a nonprofit? Through outreach programs, fundraisers and educational courses they make a pretty big impact on our community. With a mission to enrich, expand, and excel in the art of dance through performance, a …

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Give Back Tuesday: Karen Wellington Foundation 3/26

Today on the show we were joined by Kent, Angeline and Michelle from the Karen Wellington Foundation! At KWF, their mission is very simple. They put FUN on the calendars of women and families LIVING with breast cancer by sending them on special vacations, relaxing spa days, dinners out, concerts and other FUN-ONLY activities​. Their goal is to get each …

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Give Back Tuesday: CancerFree KIDS 3/19

Today on Give Back Tuesday we were joined by Ellen Flannery, the Founder of CancerFree KIDS! The mission of CancerFree KIDS is to eradicate cancer as a life-threatening disease in children by funding promising research that might otherwise go unfunded. Pediatric cancer has affected the Flannery family directly, their baby daughter was diagnosed with cancer in both of her eyes …

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