Support local nonprofits on Giving Tuesday


Listen to Q102 all day on Tuesday (11/29) as the Q family highlights area nonprofits you can help this holiday season. It’s Giving Tuesday on Q102!



Ken Anderson Alliance

Jenn’s charity (featured on air in the 7am hour)

For adults with disabilities, finding community is difficult. Connections formed in school programs often fade. Parents and family worry what the future will bring. You can be part of the solution.

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Family Nurturing Center

Jeff’s charity (featured on air in the 8am hour)

For 42 years, Family Nurturing Center has helped children and adults heal from child abuse by providing a wide range of quality, innovative and effective child abuse education, prevention and treatment services.

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Adopt a Class

Tim’s and Fritsch’s charity (featured on air in the 10am hour during The Hot List)

The Adopt A Class model positively impacts the schools AND businesses in our program. For the school, the program provides access to a variety of mentors and resources, who engage with students during monthly visits, educational activities and field trips. For the organization, this engagement fosters a culture of teamwork and giving back in an authentic way.

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**Funds raised will be matched up to $10,000!!



Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society

Mollie’s charity (featured on air in the noon hour)

Cincinnati Animal CARE operates Hamilton County’s one and only animal shelter and is responsible for the county’s dog warden and animal control services. As the sole taxpayer-funded provider of these services, they are committed to ensuring that all animals in our community are valued, protected and have a safe place to call home.

Donate here:
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NewPath Child & Family Solutions (St. Joseph Orphanage)

Mollie’s charity (featured on air in the 2pm hour)

For the individuals facing behavioral and specialty healthcare, educational treatment, and child welfare needs, NewPath ignites hope and changes futures by providing access to and results from expert, specialized and comprehensive trauma-informed care.

Help by fulfilling holiday wish lists to ensure every child & teen at NewPath Child & Family Solutions have a meaningful holiday this year. You can sponsor a child’s Wish List ($250), which ensures each child will receive five gifts from their wish list and an outfit, shoes, sock and underwear. Donors are able to sponsor as many children as they would like with this monetary donation by selecting “Holiday Celebrations” on the Donate form. Or you can shop their Amazon Wish List, to be shipped directly to NewPath!

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The Love Grows Program

Freddy Mac’s charity (featured on air in the 3pm hour)

The Love Grows Program makes high quality preschool more accessible through a tuition-free school for children ages 2.5-5 years old. Focusing on children’s academic, social, and emotional needs, The Love Grows Program provides a quality, licensed education in an inclusive, safe environment. Additionally, a resource pantry and family support services are available for every family they serve.

Donate here: Amazon Wishlist
Venmo: @lovegrowsprogram



Kenzie’s Closet

Natalie’s charity (featured on air in the 4pm hour)

Kenzie’s Closet provides local high school girls with fashionable, formal prom attire through a one-of-a-kind shopping day … inspiring them to discover a sense of self-confidence, celebrate their individuality and feel empowered. Their mission is to help young ladies with a current financial need to be able to attend their dream prom night and to date, they dressed over 5,000 girls in Kenzie’s name!

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City Gospel Mission

Freddy Mac’s charity (featured on air in the 6pm hour)

Breaking the cycle of poverty and despair is City Gospel’s mission. With support from hundreds of churches and countless volunteers, they help thousands of people and families each year in the Greater Cincinnati area. They focus on four main causes: Food and shelter, recovery, jobs and youth. At their emergency homeless shelter, there is dignity. Guests receive 3 meals a day, safe shelter and guidance to succeed long-term. In their recovery program, there is deliverance. Men and women get the support they need to overcome life-controlling issues. In their jobs program, there is independence. Job-seekers receive the training they need and get help securing a job. And in their youth programs, there is determination. At-risk youth are guided from cradle-to-career so that they will flourish and be free of the cycle.

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