Cincinnati Community ToolBank


Established 2012

Mission The Cincinnati Community ToolBank serves community-based organizations by providing the tools, equipment, and expertise to empower their most ambitious goals. The vision of the ToolBank is to equip Greater Cincinnati communities and volunteers with tools for change.

Serving Our Community 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. With access to the ToolBank, member agencies have been able to equip more than 217,000 volunteers with nearly $6.4 million worth of tools. With ToolBank tools, nonprofits have access to everything they need to complete service projects or hold special events.

Kat Pepmeyer, Executive Director
Stephen Burch, President, Bank of America
Jim Lamar, Vice President, The Home Depot
Chad Kolde, Treasurer, Barnes Dennig
Jerome Wright, Secretary, Reds Community Fund
Paul Stautberg, Past President, Republic Services, Inc.
Brandon Black, Drawnversation
Chad Gagnon, Eagle Realty Group
Conrad Culbertson, Roeding
Insurance Group
Doug Adams, PNC Bank
Forest Russman, UPS
Jeff Brogan, WCPO – 9 on Your Side
Jeremy Michael, NorthPoint
John Hausfeld, Baker Construction
Kristy Conlin, Advent Media Group
Marissa Abernathy, CityLink Center
Mark Bruner, Messer Construction Co.
Nate Strahm, Grant Thornton LLP
Nathan Swehla, Graydon Head &
Ritchey LLP
Rob Michel, Bartlett & Co.
Ryan Reckman, US Bank

Other Ways to Help
Sponsor: The ToolBank hosts three signature events each year and is looking for corporate partners.
Volunteer: The ToolBank hosts volunteer groups of as many as 15 people in our warehouse year-round.
Donate: We depend on the support of the community. Consider supporting the ToolBank to help us provide more “tools for change” to our nonprofit partners.

2001 Central Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45214
By appointment only, Mon–Fri 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
(513) 246-0015

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