Want to get involved in the betterment of the change in our community?
Click on the links below to find out how you can mentor, volunteer or donate to the programs we will be featuring in our Ten years Later series.
Become a mentor. Be the Change.
Success by Six
Whether you are a parent or caregiver of a young child, an early childhood professional or someone interested in children's issues, you can influence the future for children, families and your community
Cincinnati Youth Collaborative
Ways to Volunteer for mentoring and tutoring
Out of the Crossfire
Has a dire need of funding. It’s about to close
Helping students graduate – takes monetary donations
Northern Kentucky Youth Foundation
Give Back Cincinnati
Get Involved in Police/Community Relations
Get involved in the process of maximizing the positive effect of the new Cincinnati Casino
Minority Business Accelerator Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
American Cancer Society - www.cancer.org
Educational Theatre Association - Place page www.edta.org
Ohio Justice & Policy Center - www.ohiojpc.org
InkTank - 1 review - www.inktank.org
Center for Chemical Addictions Treatment - www.ccatsober.org
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful - 3 reviews - www.keepcincinnatibeautiful.org
Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired - www.clovernook.org
United Way of Greater Cincinnati
A not-for-profit organization committed to raising funds to support human service programs that address community critical issues.
HYPE - Harnessing Young Professional Energy http://local.cincinnati.com/hype/
Urban League of Greater Cincinnati
Founded in 1949, the Urban League of Cincinnati works in the areas of youth, jobs and justice. Our mission is to eliminate the barriers of racism and level ...
Agenda 360 - Regional Action Plan - http://www.agenda360.org/
Crossroads Church - http://www.crossroads.net/my/serve/reachout/GiveTime.htm
Habitat for Humanity - http://cincinnatihabitat.org/
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