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4 Paws for AbilityA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
4 Paws for Ability, Inc. mission is to: Enrich the lives of children with disabilities by the training and placement of quality, task trained service dogs to provide increased independence for the children and assistance to their families. Enrich the lives of veterans from recent conflicts who have lost the use of their limbs or their hearing while in active combat. Educate the public to accept the use of service dogs in public places. Assist with animal rescue when possible.
Adopt A ClassA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Mission of Adopt a Class (AAC) is to facilitate personal, sustained connections between members of the business community and students in pre-kindergarten through 8th grades with the purpose of providing positive role models and developing practical and social skills for the students and building the culture of philanthropy and teamwork for the business.
Adore-A-Bull RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission to save pit bulls begins with rescue of the neglected, abused, and misunderstood. Through our caring fosters we nurture and rehabilitate. Through our voice we educate and change minds. Through our work we match companions to families. Our mission will never end.
AFTA CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Armed Forces Tickets Association - Cincinnati is a 501c3 non profit organization that was created in 2008 to show appreciation to the men, women and the families of our active Armed Forces, Guard and Reserves by making available free or deeply discounted event tickets by partnering with Arts, Entertainment and Sports organizations.
Alois Alzheimer FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Partnering with like-minded individuals and organizations to encourage responsible research, provide leading education and increase the awareness of Alzheimer's disease and related dementia.
Alzheimer's Association of Greater CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our Vision: A world without Alzheimer’s. Our Mission: To eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research, to provide and enhance care and support for all affected, and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
American Cancer SocietyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education advocacy and service.
Andy Caress Melanoma FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Andy Caress Melanoma Foundation is dedicated to the prevention of melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer, through awareness, education and support of research to find a cure.
Animal Adoption FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Animal Adoption Foundation is a no-kill, charitable organization which aspires to eliminate homeless pets and strives toward our vision through the operation of A RESCUE. Our Vision: The Animal Adoption Foundation envisions a community where all animals are treated humanely, all pets live in responsible, caring homes and euthanasia is no longer a means of pet population control.
Animal Friends Humane SocietyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to promote humane principles, to protect lost, homeless, abandoned and mistreated animals, and act as advocates for animals in our communities.
ArtsConnectA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Arts Connect Us! Our mission is to create an engaged and vibrant community through the arts, events, parks and recreation. With the establishment of our newly formed Arts and Enrichment Council, the community benefits from better access to the arts, expanded public events, a more connected community and helps to bring economic interest for development within Springfield Township. Connect with community - enrich your life!
Autism Society of Greater CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
This summer The Cincinnati Autism Connection is a reality. The CONTACT SERVICE will offer LIVE Information & Referral Certified Specialists and Connection Representatives to work with families to answer questions, share resources and connect them to Family Support Services right here in Cincinnati via phone or email. In partnership with the Autism Society of America, this service will be available 9am to 9pm -7 days a week. This is connected to our online Resources Listings. The site will give anyone access to a robust listing for each resource including specific services, personal and pricing as well as detailed information on autism
Autism SpeaksA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
At Autism Speaks, our goal is to change the future for all who struggle with autism spectrum disorders. We are dedicated to funding global biomedical research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a possible cure for autism. We strive to raise public awareness about autism and its effects on individuals, families, and society: and we work to bring hope to all who deal with the hardships of this disorder. We are committed to raising the funds necessary to support these goals.
Awesome Fathers Taking RolesA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Educating fathers and male role models in the homes of children with special needs to enhance the family unit in the special needs communities.
Baby Basics of CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) Organization
We provide working low income families with Diapers. The families do not receive a cash subsidy from the government. The diaper costs eat into the funds available for family support. By providing diapers, we are helping families stay off public assistance.
Boys & Girls Club of Clermont CountyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Clermont County is to provide quality programs to youth of all backgrounds so that they may develop qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders.
Brandon C. Gromada Head & Neck Cancer FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of the Brandon C. Gromada Head & Neck Cancer Foundation is to increase public awareness of head and neck cancers, and raise funds for research seeking cures for these types of cancer.
Brighton CenterA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through support services, education and leadership.
Buckeye Search & Rescue DogsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Buckeye Search and Rescue Dogs (a.k.a BSARD) is an all-volunteer non-profit that consists of dedicated canines and their handlers. Our mission is to help local, state and federal emergency services agencies locate missing people. This is achieved by the use of highly-trained scenting dogs who are able to detect and discriminate the distinctive scent signatures every person leaves behind.
Building Blocks for KidsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Building Blocks for Kids improves the quality of life by providing grants that fulfill physical, developmental, and emotional needs of children that otherwise go unmet due to lack of insurance, government funding, and/or family resources.
Cancer Family CareA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of Cancer Family Care is to strengthen the well-being and alleviate the suffering of children, adults and families coping with cancer.
CancerFree KIDSA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
CancerFree KIDS' mission is to eradicate cancer as a life threatening disease in children by funding promising research that may otherwise go unfunded.
The Caring ClosetA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Caring Closet is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children grades K-6 in the Hamilton City School District, by providing clothing and basic necessities to those in need. We believe positive self esteem enhances the educational process and we rely on the generosity of our community to help us achieve our goal.
CASA for Clermont KidsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of CASA for Clermont Kids is to advocate for the best interests of abused, neglected and dependent children who have been introduced into Clermont County Juvenile Court. A non-profit agency based on the belief that children are entitled to a safe, loving and permanent home, CASA recruits and trains community involved citizens to volunteer as Guardians Ad Litem who independently work in the court system and in collaboration with involved agencies and community resources to serve as the child’s advocate and court representative.
Cat Adoption TeamA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer ran organization that provides safe foster homes for cats until we can find their forever home. We are a no kill group and concentrate on pulling cats from county shelters to prevent euthanasia. We spay/neuter and vet the cats before they are adopted out. When we have funding, we provide supplies for low income folks so they may keep their pets in their homes. If you have love to give we provide all supplies for you to Foster a Kitty!
The Chris Hockney Memorial Golf OutingA 501(c)(3) Organization
In memory of a Cincinnati Ski Club member who passed in 2012. All proceeds are distributed as scholarships in Chris' name to outstanding seniors in the golf program at Sycamore High School.
Children's Home of CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Children’s Home provides education and therapeutic treatment for children and their families facing social, behavioral and learning challenges.
Cincinnati Catholic WomenA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
CCW offers women of all ages an opportunity to share in spiritual growth, philanthropic endeavors, volunteerism and friendships through personal involvement in projects and activities that benefit women and children in the community.
Cincinnati Children's Hearing Aid TrustA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Cincinnati Children's Hearing Aid Trust (CCHAT) strives to offer the gift of hearing to as many Ohio children as possible.
Cincinnati Kiwanis Club Foundation, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Kiwanis Club of Cincinnati strives to improve the quality of life in the Cincinnati area by providing direct support for basic human needs, developing service leadership opportunities for area youth, and assisting area community service organizations to provide life-changing services to those in need. As a chapter of Kiwanis International, we are dedicated to changing the world one child, one community at a time.
Cincinnati Lab RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our volunteers work hard to help the many Labs abandoned daily in shelters, or found on the streets, receive the care they deserve. Our dogs are fostered in the homes of volunteers with great knowledge and appreciation for this loyal breed. We evaluate all of our dogs’ temperaments and suitability for living with other dogs, cats, and children. It is important to us that each dog receives excellent medical care. All dogs are kept up to date on vaccines, heartworm prevention, micro-chipped and spayed or neutered. Our goal is to meet the needs of each dog as an individual and to assure proper placement in a loving forever home.
Cincinnati Union BethelA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Mission of Cincinnati Union Bethel is to provide affordable housing, supportive services and education that assist urban women, children, families, and communities to realize their greatest potential.
Cincy Slammers FastpitchA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To have highly competitive teams with a goal of playing in a National Tournament each year, having a strong emphasis on commitment, sportsmanship, teamwork, and knowledge of the game. In addition, we promote and market players with the desire to play at the college level through media publication, contact with college coaches, and participation in "college exposure" events. These things cannot be achieved without the dedication of our players, parents, coaches and volunteers!
CincySmiles FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of the CincySmiles Foundation is to assure that all members of our community have access to oral health education, disease prevention, and treatment services, with a special emphasis on those who are at-risk and vulnerable for high rates of disease and low rates of treatment.
Circle of FriendsA Non-501(c)(3) Organization
We put this Organization together to help our friends families with the stresses that fighting cancer can bring. To help them with paying towards their medical costs or anything else they might need. We are friends that will join hands together to beat cancer.
Circle Tail, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Circle Tail, Inc. promotes the human-canine bond in our community by providing service and hearing dogs to people with disabilities at no charge to the individual, and by providing dog adoptions, educational programs, and behavior management and training services.
Clare Schibi Memorial Foundation, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To provide funding for children and families of children with special needs.
Clermont Senior ServicesA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for older adults by providing a broad range of home and community based services, enabling them to remain as active and independent as possible.
Cornerstone Corporation for Shared EquityA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Cornerstone’s mission is to expand economic opportunity for low-income households through Renter Equity, an innovative housing model that links participatory management, governance & property maintenance with a wealth/asset building tool for residents. Cornerstone manages more than 60 affordable housing units in Over-the-Rhine and has implemented Renter Equity in all 3 communities we manage. St. Anthony Village is the original community and has been in existence since 2002 and has been above 95% occupancy for the life of the community.
Courage4CancerA Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
MISSION Through adventure we creatively inspire, encourage and financially assist those battling cancer. VISION The vision of Courage4Cancer is that thousands of families, affected by cancer, will receive a letter in the mail that someone crossed a finish line for them so that they would be encouraged, inspired and that a small medical debt would be paid to lessen their financial burden.
Crayons to ComputersA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
C2C's mission is to serve the educational and creative needs of children in the Greater Cincinnati area by providing a unique means to transfer donated, value purchased, and created product from businesses and individuals free to teachers for use in their classrooms and schools.
Cure Starts Now FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Cure Starts Now Foundation is one of the only cancer foundations dedicated to a “homerun” cure for all cancers, starting first with one of the most deadly and difficult cancers: pediatric brain cancer. Many experts believe that the lessons we learn from fighting pediatric cancer may in fact provide us the critical first step in winning the battle against all forms of cancer, both pediatric and adult.
Dave Parker 39 Foundation, Inc. d/b/a Dave Parker 39 Parkinson FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Dave Parker Foundation mission is to educate today's general public about Parkinson disease through research, education and urban outreach. This disease has affected one million Americans.
Disaster Recovery International FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To promote disaster risk reduction through partnership and education. To aid recovery efforts through fundraising and volunteerism.
Dogs on DeploymentA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of Dogs on Deployment (DoD) is to give military members peace of mind concerning their pets during their service commitments by providing them with the ability to find people and resources able to help them. Dogs on Deployment is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit providing a central network for military members to find volunteers willing to board their pets while they are deployed or have other service commitments, making them unable to temporarily care for their pets. DoD exists to help military members keep their pets by alleviating the need for pet relinquishment from military members due to the hardships of deployments.
DramakineticsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to use drama, music and movement to engage children, teens, and adults of all abilities to reach their full creative potential while experiencing, creating and performing art. Incorporated in 2007 as a 501 C-3 non-profit corporation, DK is the only non-profit organization in the area providing performing arts classes designed to include individuals of all abilities for recreational, academic, and therapeutic purposes.
Dress for Success CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of Dress for Success Cincinnati is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help them thrive in work and in life.
Envision ChildrenA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To engage students in real life learning where students see how their education benefits them through interactive and fun activities.
ERH Parish Health MinistryA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The lives we touch will experience wholeness in body, mind and spirit.
Fernside, A Center for Grieving ChildrenA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Fernside is a non-profit organization offering support and advocacy to grieving families who have experienced a death. Fernside offers peer support for grieving families - children, teens and adults. Fernside works to increase community awareness of grief issues through community outreach.
Fire Museum of Greater CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Celebrate and present the history of Cincinnati Area Firefighting and deliver a Fire Safety Education Experience.
First Book Greater Cincinnati LabA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
First Book is a national nonprofit organization that utilizes local volunteer advisory boards to provide children from low-income families the opportunity to read and own their first new books. Working with existing community-based tutoring, mentoring, and family literacy programs, First Book Greater Cincinnati provides ongoing book distributions to at-risk children, enabling them to build their own home libraries. Since the only behavior measure that correlates significantly with reading scores is the number of books in the home, First Book targets this need by providing children from low-income families with books they can take home and keep.
FORCE, Forcing Our Risk of Cancer EmpoweredA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To provide unbiased information and resources regarding hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. To provide support to families and individuals affected by hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. To raise awareness of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. To advocate for the community affected by hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. To promote research specific to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. To reduce disparities among underserved populations by promoting access to information, resources and clinical trials specific to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
Friedreich's Ataxia Research AllianceA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
FARA's Mission is to marshal and focus the resources and relationships needed to cure FA by raising funds for research, promoting public awareness, and aligning scientists, patients, clinicians, government agencies, pharmaceutical companies and other organizations dedicated to curing FA and related diseases.
Girls on the Run of Greater Cincinnati, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Mission Statement We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running Vision We envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams
GIVEHOPE Pancreatic Cancer Research & Awareness FundA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
GIVEHOPE is an all-volunteer organization supporting local cancer patients, their families and local researchers. The funds are held at the Community Foundation West Chester Liberty with 25% of all donations endowed for future research. In our first 3 years in conjunction with our corporate partner BSI Engineering over $100,000 has been raised for pancreatic cancer research and awareness.
Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health ServicesA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To assist persons with mental illness and related barriers to live productive and fulfilling lives.
Greater Cincinnati World Affairs CouncilA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council's mission is to be the leader in preparing the region and its citizens, individually and collectively, to thrive in the 21st century global environment, by promoting international understanding, engagement and cooperation.
Greyhound Adoption of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. (GAGC)A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Greyhound Adoption of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. is an organization dedicated to finding good homes for retired racing greyhounds. We are also dedicated to encouraging community awareness of the availability of racing greyhounds for adoption, the suitability of greyhounds as companions, and the consequences that may befall racing greyhounds who are unable to find homes upon retirement.
Hamilton County 4-HA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of the Hamilton County 4-H Youth Development program is to create positive environments for diverse youth and adults to reach their fullest potential as capable, competent, caring and contributing citizens. The Hamilton County 4-H Association, Inc. was founded in October, 2010 in order to create, organize, and promote the many activities offered by the Hamilton County 4-H program.
HART - Homeless Animal Rescue Team of Cinci., Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The purpose of HART is to rescue homeless animals, saving them from euthanization, abandonment, & abuse
HealthCare Connection, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To provide quality, culturally sensitive, and accessible primary health care services focusing on the medically underserved, underinsured, and uninsured residing in northern Hamilton County and surrounding areas.
HealthPoint Family CareA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of HealthPoint Family Care is to be the best provider of health services primarily for low-income and uninsured people through compassion, innovation and excellence.
Help Your Hero, LLC.A Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Help Your Hero offers an engaging and uplifting environment for children with medical needs to recognize and foster the growth of their superhero qualities, and to provide a fun-filled forum for their loved ones to offer their support and involvement.
Histiocytosis AssociationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We are dedicated to raising awareness about histiocytic disorders, providing educational and emotional support, and funding research leading to better treatments and a cure.
IKRON CorporationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of IKRON is to assist adults and youth who use IKRON’s services to build self confidence, attain greater self sufficiency, lead more meaningful and fulfilling lives and to obtain and maintain satisfying employment.
The Iris Foundation for Uterine Cancer Research and AwarenessA Non-501(c)(3) Organization
To find a cure and raise awareness for uterine cancer and its complications through the support of research
James W Miller Memorial Fund dba:Warrior RunA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To raise awareness about mental health and suicide especially among the youth population.
Jason's ConnectionA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Jason's Connection helps people with diverse needs, in local communities throughout the United States, build connected and united communities through web-based platforms, social media and local events to meet their own goals and assist others in meeting their goals.
Jeffrey G. Hoeh Memorial FundA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To reach out with hope and caring to people who are suffering from cancer or other debilitating diseases by providing financial and social support. We can't change the circumstances but we can make some things a little better.
Joseph's LegacyA Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Joseph's Legacy; Regaining hope and respect for all animals. Joseph’s Legacy strives to regain hope and respect for all animals. We educate the public of the reality of animal welfare and lack of awareness. Joseph’s Legacy teams with rescues and shelters nationwide to save lives.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Southwest OhioA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF’s goal is to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D. JDRF collaborates with a wide spectrum of partners and is the only organization with the scientific resources, regulatory influence, and a working plan to better treat, prevent, and eventually cure T1D.
Kindervelt for Cincinnati Children's HospitalA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Kindervelt is dedicated to raising restricted funds for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. We believe in creating an environment which provides a foundation for building friendships and productive relationships within the organization and throughout the community. Kindervelt is an opportunity for individuals to come together and make a difference in the lives of children.
Kyle's New Hope Animal RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Kyle's New Hope Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals who have run out of options. Dogs and cats that are injured, abused, abandoned and neglected will be provided veterinary care and surgery to be rehabilitated and adopted into loving homes. All animals will receive up to date vaccinations, be spayed or neutered and microchipped... all in an effort to reduce the amount of unnecessary euthanasia in shelters and hospitals. KNHAR is financed solely by donations, fundraisers and contributions. All our efforts are made possible with the help of our community.
Lakota West Women's SoftballA Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of Lakota athletics is to extend educational opportunities so students can compete in a manner that promotes personal development, fosters teamwork, and teaches important life skills necessary for becoming a valued member of society.
LifeCenter Organ Donor NetworkA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Mission Statement: To save, enhance and change lives through organ and tissue donation. LifeCenter Organ Donor Network, "A Donate Life Organization," encourages and coordinates the donation of human organs and tissues for transplantation as an institutional member of the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) and follows all the guidelines for organ sharing. LifeCenter is accredited and approved by Association for Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO) American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
Life Learning CenterA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Life Learning Center delivers a holistic, integrated continuum of learning and care the help our at-risk citizens's step up to their highest potential. This includes education, shared experiences, and the tools to change their lives for the better. We're building a caring and serving community by helping people learn, secure, and sustain a better way of living. The people we server are healthier, happier, and working to change their future.
LifePoint SolutionsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
LifePoint Solutions is a regional leader of fully integrated prevention and treatment programs in the areas of Mental Health, Supported Employment, Domestic Violence and Success in School. We are dedicated to helping people live productive and fulfilling lives by providing the tools to get them through and beyond life’s challenges.
Loveland Area Chamber of CommerceA Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To serve as a leading advocate for the business community and as a catalyst for business development and growth.
Madisonville Education and Assistance Center (MEAC)A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To offer help and hope to our neighbors in crisis by meeting their basic needs and providing education that enables them to navigate their way out of poverty.
Madonna ManorA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Faithful to the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi and the Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania Ohio, Madonna Manor promotes these core values that are applicable to personal attitudes and actions, to relationships, and to the service rendered to others. Reverence We believe that each person is created equal in God's image and likeness. Thus we treat each person with respect, justice and dignity. Service We believe that each person is called to achieve full potential of mind, body, and spirit. To enable the fulfillment of that potential, we pledge to render service to all with sensitivity, compassion and commitment.
Make A Wish Foundation of Ohio, Kentucky & IndianaA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Make-A-Wish serves a unique, and vital, role in helping strengthen and empower children battling life-threatening medical conditions.
Mended Little Hearts of CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to empower families affected by congenital heart disease through support and education. MLH is there for parents and caregivers from their child's diagnosis throughout the journey with congenital heart disease.
Mike Moehring Scholarship FundA 501(c)(3) Organization
This scholarship is in memory of Mike Moehring and provides a high school tuition scholarship to graduates of Holy Family Grade School in Price Hill.
Miracles in ActionA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Miracles in Action provides Guatemalans living in extreme poverty with opportunities to help themselves through sustainable development projects that improve education, nutrition, job opportunities and healthy homes.
Montessori Center RoomA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To provide children with a quality Montessori learning experience, in order to promote intellectual, physical, and social/emotional growth. The school was founded to offer preschool education to children of low-income families and continues to seek families of all races, religions, ethnic backgrounds and socio-economic groups.
Mount Notre Dame Cougars SoftballA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The athletic department staff and coaches at Mount Notre Dame (MND) are committed to providing our student athletes with an unmatched experience during their high school career. Our coaches are experienced and proven in their sport and possess a motivational gift to bring out the best in our athletes performance. We prosper under the values of the Ohio High School Athletic Association and the Girls Greater Cincinnati League, upholding integrity, sportsmanship, respect and responsibility.
Muscular Dystrophy Association of Cincinnati/Southwest OhioA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
At MDA — the Muscular Dystrophy Association — our mission is to save and improve lives for people fighting muscle disease. We fund research to find treatments and cures, support and empower families and rally communities by aligning with supporters who care.
Music Resource Center - CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Music Resource Center – Cincinnati is a multifaceted teen center that uses recording and performing arts, as well as life skills mentoring, to create a sense of empowerment and accomplishment in the urban community. The mission of the Music Resource Center–Cincinnati is to educate and inspire young people and through music equip them with life skills for the future. We will accomplish our mission by utilizing music education and performance experiences, both of which create opportunities to teach important life skills, while simultaneously providing a safe alternative to the streets.
National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) of Butler CountyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
NAMI Butler County’s mission is to improve the quality of life for families and individuals who are impacted by mental health disorders.
Ohio River FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Through environmental education (e.g., River Explorer, School Rain Gardens, and Wonderful Watersheds) and conservation activities (i.e., river restoration and public policy advocacy) Ohio River Foundation works to improve and protect water quality of the Ohio River and all waters in its watershed, and to inspire environmental stewardship for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future generations.
Ohio Valley VoicesA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To teach young, deaf children to speak and to understand when others speak to them.
Paige's Princess FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Paige’s Princess Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing grants to pediatric patients with life-long disabilities. Paige's Princess Foundation provides grants to finance therapeutic services or adaptive equipment to enhance the quality of life, mobility and independent function of children with disabilities.
PAWS Adoption CenterA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to reduce the number of homeless pets by promoting adoption, spay/neuter, education and responsible pet ownership.
Paws and Claws Animal Rescue, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Paws and Claws Animal Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit, 501c3 charitable organization that will carry out the mission of raising funds that will go towards the care and treatment of unplanned and unwanted animals. These funds will also be used to educate the community on the importance of spaying and neutering, quality pet care, responsible pet ownership, and the prevention of cruelty to animals. We will work in conjunction with local animal shelters in placing animals in loving homes, reducing the euthanasia rate, and providing second chances to animals in need.
People Working Cooperatively, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
People Working Cooperatively performs essential repairs and services so that low-income homeowners can remain in their homes living independently in a safe, sound environment.
PLAN of Southwest Ohio, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Providing peace of mind to individuals and families dealing with severe mental illnesses and other chronic disaiblities.
Pray, Hope, Believe FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Pray~Hope~Believe Foundation was established in memory of 6-year-old Tony Merk who died from brain cancer in 2011. The PHBF's purpose includes, but is not limited to, supporting medical research in finding a cure for pediatric brain cancers, supporting families fighting life threatening illnesses with their children, and funding scholarships.
Project Lifesaver International - City of HarrisonA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Project Lifesaver’s mission is to use state of the art technology to assist emergency responders in locating victims who become lost due to wandering. These victims include the elderly and even the youngest in our community who are afflicted with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Down’s syndrome, Autism and any other special needs.
Protect The PecsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We are a nonprofit organization compassionately dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by male breast cancer along with educating others about the importance of awareness and early detection and continuing to save lives.
Public Allies CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Public Allies' mission is to advance new leadership to strengthen communities, nonprofits and civic participation. Public Allies is changing the face and practice of leadership in communities across the country by demonstrating our conviction that everyone can lead, and that lasting social change results when citizens of all backgrounds step up, take responsibility, and work together.
Recycled Doggies, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Recycled Doggies’ mission is to prevent the euthanization of homeless dogs through rescue, fostering, and adoption of shelter animals and to provide assistance to the Cincinnati community in the form of low-cost veterinary care and pet food assistance to help residents keep their pets healthy, prevent pet over-population, and help residents feed their pets during difficult economic times.
Riding Forward, Inc.A Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission at Riding Forward is to advocate, educate and develop today's youth and communities to reach their full potential through partnerships involving two wheeled sports.
Robyn's Nest Animal RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Robyn's Nest is an organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of animals through rescue, adoption, and education. We are a no-kill 501(c)(3) rescue focused on cats, dogs, and pocket pets
S3C, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
S3C’s ambition is to lend support to the cancer community on every level and avenue revealed to us. Whether it is providing financial assistance to help families meet their everyday needs due to overwhelming cancer related expenses, partnering with clubs and organizations to host fundraisers, volunteering our time at local charity events, raising funds for cancer research, or simply encouraging individuals to find hope, we are on a mission to better our community, specifically those faced with the varied challenges cancer poses.
The Sammy Reagan FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Sammy Reagan Foundation will identify underfunded children’s projects in the Cincinnati surrounding communities. We provide financial assistance and volunteers to progress projects to completion to honor Sammy’s memory, continue her work and fulfill the Foundation’s vision.
Save the Animals FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission statement of Save the Animals Foundation is to rescue and adopt out dogs and cats in the tri-state area. Pulling from rural shelters, accepting owner surrenders and taking in extreme medical cases STAF provides medical attention and a temporary home for dogs and cats. Funded entirely by donations and operated solely by volunteers, our no-kill shelter currently homes over 600 dogs and cats, many of whom have been abused, abandoned or literally tossed away. Teams of volunteers work with the animals two shifts a day, 365 days a year, providing them with a safe and caring environment until we can place them in permanent, loving homes.
Senior Services of Northern KentuckyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Celebrating 51 years of promoting the dignity and independence of older adults, Senior Services of Northern Kentucky's services allow seniors to remain living independently in their own homes and avoid premature institutionalization.
Shalom Center for Elder Abuse Prevention at Cedar VillageA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Shalom Center for Elder Abuse Prevention at Cedar Village. Cedar Village Retirement Community is committed to care. As a faith-based organization, our commitment to the community and to our elders reaches far beyond our walls. The Shalom Center provides shelter for eligible seniors, aged 65 and over, within the walls of the existing long-term facility at Cedar Village. It offers a safe harbor for older adults who are victims of abuse, including a full range of health care and supportive services and a coordinated system of care.
Sheltered Paws Dog RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To develop trust and love with a dog that needs to be reminded that many humans can and will take good, loving care of it for the rest of its lives. To then find loving homes for these previously abused, abandoned, sick, neglected, and confused dogs. To give the dog a solid re-start with behavior, health, and trust. To spay/neuter our rescued dogs of age to stop the cycle of unwanted litters.
Shriners Hospital's for Children - CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of Shriners Hospitals for Children is to: - Provide the highest quality care to children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries and other special health care needs within a compassionate, family-centered and collaborative care environment. - Provide for the education of physicians and other health care professionals. - Conduct research to discover new knowledge that improves the quality of care and quality of life of children and families.
SOTENI InternationalA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Working to reduce the incidence of AIDS by empowering vulnerable communities to develop sustainable interventions. We cultivate local leadership, educate those most at risk, and identify best practice around the world.
Spina Bifida Coalition of CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Coaltion's mission is to promote and enhance the lives of all affected by Spina Bifida.
The Spirit of CincinnatusA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Spirit of Cincinnatus is a non-profit charitable organization formed by the members of The Rusty Griswolds to honor and continue the unselfish volunteer spirit and values embodied by the great Roman leader, Cincinnatus. The organization's mission is to improve the overall quality of life in and around the city that is name for the leader by providing assistance for life's unexpected challenges and opportunities. In addition, a key initiative of the organization will be to provide an operational foundation for The Rusty Ball.
St. Aloysius OrphanageA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
St. Aloysius helps the children, adults, and families in our community overcome their challenges by providing the education, counseling, healthcare and resources they need to heal and grow.
St. Francis Seraph SchoolA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
St. Francis Seraph School is a Catholic faith community. Our mission is to share the powerful love of Jesus Christ which positively changes lives and communities. In the spirit of St. Francis, we proclaim the gospel through academic disciplines, the study of religion and instruction in the arts.
St. Gabriel Consolidated School Athletic BoostersA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
St. Gabriel Consolidated School, a Catholic Christian elementary school, serves a diverse educational community. We are dedicated to nurturing the faith, academic, and service lives of our students with an emphasis on enriching the whole child. Together, we share a partnership with parents and parishes to create a Catholic environment which empowers each individual to become a valuable member of church, school and community.
St. John the Baptist School - HarrisonA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
St. John the Baptist is a Catholic faith-filled community educating each child spiritually, academically, socially, physically, and emotionally in order to develop the student's full potential. Together with families and parish community, we are committed to providing an environment where students learn to live the Gospel message of Jesus Christ.
St. Jude - BridgetownA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To promote the betterment of life both physically and spiritually among all individuals.
St. Margaret of YorkA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We are a Catholic Community called to worship God with gratitude by celebrating Liturgy, ministering to one another, growing in our faith, and reaching out to serve others in their need.
St. Michael School, RipleyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our primary mission is to collaborate with parents to educate their children. We are committed o the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, ND social growth of each student. We strive for academic excellence that encourages community service. In doing so, the school prepares each student to confidently meet the challenges of the world they encounter in the 21st century.
StarShine Hospice of Cincinnati Children's HospitalA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
StarShine, the hospice of Cincinnati Childrens’ Hospital Medical Center, reaches out to support children and their families facing terminal illness. Our StarShine Hospice is the area’s only exclusively pediatric hospice.
Susan G. Komen for the CureA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality of care for all and energizing the science to find the cure.
Tender Mercies Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Tender Mercies transforms the lives of homeless adults with mental illness by providing security, dignity and community in a place they call home
Testicular Cancer SocietyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To reduce the burden of testicular cancer by increasing awareness, education and support to fighters, survivors and caregivers.
Therapeutic Riding Institute, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Therapeutic Riding Institute, Inc., (TRI), of Southwest Ohio, was founded in 1973 to provide adults and children with disabilities, the opportunity to experience Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies. A completely volunteer driven organization in 1973, today, TRI relies on a pool of 220 trained volunteers, 3 paid staff and 6 instructors to assist in programming and operations. Today, TRI offers three programs: our traditional lessons for youth and adults with disabilities, Horses Assisting Youth (HAY) for At-Risk-Youth, and our newest program, Horses Assisting Heroes, serving wounded veterans.
A Thousand Signs (St. Rita Apraxia & Deaf Arts Enrichment Foundation)A Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
It is our Mission to supply & create both inspiring learning spaces & enrichment opportunities, to the Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Apraxic children at the St. Rita School for the Deaf.
Three Rivers School - Taylor High SchoolA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
A learning community committed to excellence!
Tri-State Bleeding Disorder FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Tri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation is committed to helping support and care for those individuals within our community affected by a Bleeding Disorder. Our goal is to help those individuals realize their full potential. We shall do this by educating our community, advocating to our government for support, and helping further research to improve our care and someday find a cure.
Turpin Spartans Club LacrosseA Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Turpin Lacrosse is a self-funded club sport that falls under the supportive umbrella of the Turpin Athletic Boosters. Turpin Lacrosse promotes good sportsmanship, character, and fitness in a competitive team environment.
Unified for UgandaA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Unified for Uganda is a student run non profit organization that financially and emotionally supports the education of destitute children in northern Uganda through the empowerment of American youth.
Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Cincinnati & N. KentuckyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To provide the highest quality home and community based health and support services to individuals promoting health, dignity, independence and self-sufficiency.
Wags and Whiskers RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We are a local non-profit, small group of volunteers who strive to provide assistance for unwanted, lost and neglected animals by providing humane education, veterinary care, animal rescue, and foster/adoption programs. And we actively encouraging pet population control through spay and neuter by providing our own low cost spay/neuter vouchers and by promoting other local, low cost spay/neuter solutions that are available in our area. There are just too many pets, not enough homes. Spay/Neuter and education are our main focus.
Warm Welcomes Foster Care Outreach, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Warm Welcomes Foster Care Outreach's mission is to partner with community members to encourage, empower, and enrich the lives of youth in foster care.
Working In NeighborhoodsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Working In Neighborhoods (WIN) helps low and moderate-income Hamilton County residents to bring stability to their neighborhoods and their families. Through strategic partnerships with key decision-makers, WIN is an effective leader in the areas of housing development, foreclosure prevention, home ownership, leadership development, and energy conservation.
Women's Crisis CenterA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To lead our community in the social change needed to end domestic violence, rape and sexual abuse.
YWCA Greater CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The YWCA of Greater Cincinnati is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
- When ordering tickets, you will be asked to select an organization that your charitable contribution will help support.
If you don’t already have an organization in mind, please look through the list above.
- The charitable contribution value of your ticket purchase may be tax deductible. A charitable contribution is the amount you pay that is more than the value of the merchandise, goods or services received.
The proceeds of The Rusty Ball, less the expenses, will be disbursed among all Beneficiaries on a pro-rata basis determined by the percentage of ticket sales for each beneficiary.
Example: Organization #1 sells 5% of total tickets, 5% of The Rusty Ball's proceeds, after expenses, will be disbursed to Organization #1.
This does not include basket raffle, silent or live auction items that are donated for a specific organization. Proceeds from those items will go directly to the specific organization.
For example, Organization #1 submits Golf Clubs for Auction. They sell for $400 = $400 to Organization #1.
Your charitable contribution may or may not be tax deductible depending on which organization will ultimately receive the benefit:
A charitable contribution to a 501(c)(3) organization is a tax-deductible donation.
A charitable contribution to a NON 501(c)(3) organization is NOT a tax-deductible donation.