Families make up one third of Hamilton County’s homeless at any given time, but their numbers swell in the summer.
Susan and Samuel Landis each experienced homelessness before they found hope. Now they're giving back through Maslow's Army.
Pastor Peterson Mingo isn't the only person who has faced jail time over building code violations. This is Earl Starr's story.
Kimmi Washburn sometimes struggles to support her daughter. But don't think of her as a woman in poverty.
With nearly half of Cincinnati's kids living in poverty, all three candidates for mayor agree the city's shameful child poverty rate…
This is a story about two single moms who are going to college and working to create better lives for their kids.
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If you want to donate time or money, local nonprofit organizations that help children and families in need include: