Cincinnati Magazine wants to connect readers with local nonprofits in a meaningful way with the Cincinnati Gives Challenge. Here’s how it works.
Instilling goodwill at a young age creates well-rounded, charitable adults.
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, approaching its 150th birthday in 2025, is embarking on a bold new campaign to celebrate the milestone by expanding several wildlife exhibits, easing visitor logistics, and adding family friendly experiential attractions.
ArtWorks transforms people and places through investments in creativity.
Since opening, the Cincinnati ToolBank has helped more than 343 nonprofit agencies in Greater Cincinnati complete more than 14,000 projects by providing them with quick and reliable access to an inventory of high-quality tools and equipment at just 3 percent retail value.
Starting with food, we uncover the root causes of poverty and instability to create sustainable solutions.
ArtsWave is the force behind Greater Cincinnati’s thriving arts organizations. Through nearly 40,000 supporters, we create the wave of arts that makes our community strong.
CancerFree KIDS funds game-changing research to give every kid a chance to grow up. We do this because more children in the United States die of cancer than any other disease.
As Greater Cincinnati’s PBS station, CET is the largest classroom, the largest stage for the arts, and a trusted window to the world, providing multichannel broadcast and online services, including CET Arts, the first 24-hour arts and cultural channel in the country.
Epilepsy Alliance Ohio is dedicated to assisting those affected by seizures by providing vital, unduplicated support services to our local communities—free of charge.