Over the past decade, The Dragonfly Foundation has helped more than 5,800 people through the cancer journey. In late February, the organization celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a Grand Gala where 20 families were honored.

The women of Women’s Philanthropy, part of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, had a busy November. They planned and spearheaded not one, but two mitzvot (good deeds), or in this case, socially minded philanthropic events — the Thanksgiving Mitzvah and the MakeAHome Mitzvah — just days apart.

Cincinnati Bengals Pro Bowl quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan, hosted their fifth annual Celebrity Waiter Night at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hall of Mirrors on Monday, June 6. Proceeds from the event benefited the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, which seeks to pr…

Cancer Support Community of Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky held a fabulous benefit on May 26 at The Transept, one of Over-the-Rhine’s newest shining stars. The doors opened at 5:30 with marketplace shopping. Twenty percent of sales from the marketplace partners went to support Cancer S…

Friends of Tender Mercies were welcomed to the home of Joe and Lorraine Mayernik on May 18 to attend an event called Opening Doors. Multi-colored doors were visibly displayed and labeled “Security,” “Dignity” and “Community.” This was an evening of giving to provide a warm bed, a safe home a…

America's Race is the Greatest Two Minutes in Sports, but the Ladies of Kindervelt 50 hosted more than just another Derby Party; "Hats, Horses & Hearts" was a celebration to raise much needed funds to support breakthrough care provided through the Cincinnati Children's Heart Institute / …

The Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation Golf Scramble played host to more than 132 golfers and guests at The Twin Oaks Golf and Plantation Club on Saturday, May 7. The Foundation raised more than $40,000 through ticket sales, silent and live auctions and general donations. Proceeds from the …

About Wine Women & Shoes: On the heels of a record breaking year helping local individuals and families affected by cancer, Cancer Support Community would like to invite you to participate in Wine Women & Shoes benefiting Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky.…

The 32nd annual Cincinnatians of the Year Gala was held on May 6 at the Duke Energy Center. This event is held in conjunction with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Southwest Ohio Chapter. The Gala is held each year in May and attracts nearly 900 attendees. The Cincinnatian of the Ye…

Over 400 individuals from the greater Cincinnati area attended A Night of High Hopes at the Manor House in Mason on April 14.  The event was hosted by High Hopes (a non-profit organization committed to raising funds and awareness for Lindner Center of HOPE) and co-chaired by Dianne Brown and…

The Gorilla Glue Company once again presented the Gorilla Run, a 5K run or walk in support of the Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund (MGCF) on Sunday, April 3, 2016, at 11:00 am. Over 500 participants donned gorilla or banana suits and raced along the Ohio River to raise awareness and funds …

St. Elizabeth and its associates have completed the building of its Habitat for Humanity home in Covington (Latonia Lakes) for a fellow associate and her family. The project concluded with a celebration and dedication ceremony on Saturday, April 23 at 9 a.m. where associates of St. Elizabeth…

While technological innovations provide new methods of accessible donation opportunities, there are so many causes worthy of assistance. How do donors choose which causes to support, and what compels donors to take action?

Ingage Partners Social Impact Fund awarded $15,500 and 200 hours of volunteer time to iSPACE in the first Ingage Partners Social Impact Fund Award.  IKRON and Women Helping Women also presented to the group of Ingage employees who funded the Social Impact Fund.  All who presented received $1…

A “roaring” good time was had on Saturday, March 5, at the 14th Annual Benefit for Building Blocks for Kids (BB4K). The theme of the event was The Roaring 20’s. Patrons and guests arrived in flapper dresses, hair adorned with a feather or two, and gentlemen in dapper suits and spats. There w…

The Good Samaritans 32nd Annual Gala -- My Big Fat Italian Gala -- raised $500,000 to benefit the development of the Good Samaritan Hospital Concussion Management Program. Proceeds will enable the purchase of the most advanced, state-of-the-art equipment to perform nationally recognized conc…

Boys Hope Girls Hope (BHGH) and title sponsor, iSqFt celebrated the 2016 Hearts of Hope Gala on February 13 at The Grand Ballroom of the Duke Energy Center.

A record-breaking 13,500 people attended My Furry Valentine on February 24, the region’s largest annual animal adoption event, on Valentine’s Day weekend. Despite snowy weather conditions, the fifth annual event saw a 35% increase in attendance over last year. 630 animals found homes over th…

One of the city’s largest and most elegant affairs, the Greater Cincinnati Heart Ball, was held on February 20th in the fabulous Grand Ballroom of Duke Energy Convention Center. The theme for this 23rd annual black-tie event was “Dine with Heart.” It was a celebration of the success of the A…

Mason, OH –The seventh annual Touchdown for HOPE Super Bowl Sunday took place on February 7, 2016, at the Great American Ballpark Champions Club. A fun and upscale Super Bowl 50 watch party, the event raised awareness about mental illness while raising funds for important research.

Renovation and expansion propel The Jewish Hospital-Mercy Health into a new era in care, combining a tradition of excellence with state-of-the-art innovation for healing and education while continuing to honor Jewish heritage and traditions. 

Many people who suffer from substance use disorders describe the way they feel as hopeless. They don’t see an end to their pain. They think that no matter what they do, they won’t be able to quit, to get a fresh start or to move on.

On September 17, more than 250 guests enjoyed Fashion, Food, Friends & Fun, the annual fall fundraiser for Lighthouse Youth Services. Lisa Levine hosted the event at her home in Indian Hill on September 17. Kristie Sheanshang of Indian Hill was the event chair. WLWT News 5’s Sheree Paole…

For 69 years the James J. Espy Boys & Girls Club has served as the oldest Club in Greater Cincinnati. As the needs of the Price Hill neighborhood have changed the Espy location is no longer the best option in meeting the needs of the neighborhood.

The rays of the sun hadn’t yet broken the horizon on the seasonal morning of June 14. But by 4 a.m., Allison Gordon was already on Yeatman’s Cove in downtown Cincinnati, setting up tables and making sure every last detail was crossed off her list. By 6:30 a.m., several thousand friends, fami…