The Cincinnati Foundation for the Aged

For over 130 years, The Cincinnati Foundation for the Aged has been caring for and serving the elderly community.

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ESTABLISHED: 1890

MISSION: The Cincinnati Foundation for the Aged provides financial assistance to elderly people in the greater Cincinnati area who need to move into independent or assisted living communities but cannot afford it on their own. The Foundation also provides grants to organizations with programs or services that are specifically designed to help the elderly.

SERVING OUR COMMUNITY: For over 130 years, The Cincinnati Foundation for the Aged has been caring for and serving the elderly community. Once a home for aged men at the turn of the 20th century, the Foundation has since established itself as a charitable organization providing funding to nonprofit retirement communities in the area with a joint mission to help the aged. We accept applications for people aged 65 or older who need to move into independent or assisted living communities that do not have the means to afford it. The Cincinnati Foundation for the Aged also provides grants to 501©(3) organizations who request financial donations to provide care, programs, equipment, and medical treatment for the elderly.

LEADERSHIP:
Robert C. Porter III, President
Thomas Finn, Vice President
Heather Jansen, Secretary/Treasurer
Jon Blohm, Shannnon Crutchfield, Sister Jean Marie Hoffman, Vince Hopkins, Dick Krehbiel

OTHER WAYS TO HELP: The Cincinnati Foundation for the Aged accepts donations directly or to a fund with The Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

30 Garfield Place, Suite 600
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 381-6859
Cintifoundation@zoomtown.com

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