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Discover local businesses & enjoy EverythingCincy & NKY has to offer!
Discover local businesses & enjoy EverythingCincy & NKY has to offer!
Benton Family Farm is the perfect place to take the entire family to enjoy a fun-filled day! Meet the 3,4,5th generations still involved in the goal of teaching Agricultural Education to our children and families on this Non-profit 501c3 working farm. Benton Farm has many activities for all ages. They are offering smaller group activities due to COVID 19. [read more]View Profile
Founded in 2018 by Matt Tomamichel & Tammie Scott, Bigger Than Sneakers, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization based in the Cincinnati community that aims to provide a platform to showcase the larger ecosystem surrounding sneaker culture. BTS accomplishes this through youth focused community initiatives, events, and a mentorship program. Since launching, BTS has donated funds & items like sneakers, flash drives, laptops, and more to community organizations they partner with. BTS has also incorporated dozens of volunteers into their programming & events. They’ve partnered with organizations like Corporate, Puma, Sole By Style, UpSpring Cincinnati, Greater Cincinnati YMCA, Girls Health Period, Cleats for Kids, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Go Hoop Day, and more [read more]View Profile
The mission of the Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky is to promote and enhance the integrity and visibility of the construction industry and the members of the organization through advocacy, communication, education and political action. Founded in Covington in 1955 by 16 residential contractors, the BIA of Northern Kentucky has grown to become one of the nation’s largest chapters of the National Association of Home Builders. The organization’s jurisdiction covers 12 counties including Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Mason, Pendleton, Fleming, Robertson and Owen. Association membership represents approximately 10,000 persons employed in the construction industry. The trade organization changed its name to the Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky in 2017 to better align its name with its growing and diverse membership. [read more]View Profile
The Cincinnati Concours d’ Elegance is a world-class exhibition in motoring excellence. It benefits the CCdE Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that has a strategic partnership with the Arthritis Foundation and special focus on Juvenile Arthritis. [read more]View Profile
We are a non-profit museum that inspires people to learn more about the world through science, regional history and educational, meaningful and engaging experiences. Visit www.cincymuseum.org/visit-updates to prepare for your visit. [read more]View Profile
The CBC Helps Covington Grow! The Covington Business Council isn’t only for business networking. The CBC is an independent organization whose mission is to build a positive business environment in Covington, Kentucky through professional business networking and business advocacy. Founded in 1972, the CBC is a driving force behind the astonishing evolution of Covington as the vibrant place to live and to do business. Growing your new or established business requires a strong support system. Even if you are skilled at running your current business, every company has the opportunity to make even more meaningful, long-lasting business connections. Use our weekly business networking groups, luncheons, awards dinners, non-profit events, after hours events and hard-hat tours to meet the people that you want to meet. Allow us to personally introduce you to fellow business leaders and decision makers throughout Covington and the Northern Kentucky region. Networking in Northern Kentucky has never been easier! [read more]View Profile
The Mission of the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA is to promote the creation, sustainable growth and development of the Hispanic/Latino business community in the Cincinnati Tri-State area as well as to link Hispanic professionals with the best job opportunities to foster their professional and personal growth. In addition, the Chamber works closely with profit and nonprofit area businesses as well as the local and state Chambers of Commerce and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA is a link and forum within the national network of Hispanic business associations and firms, working to expand business opportunities. [read more]View Profile
Inner City Youth Opportunities has been serving our Cincinnati community since 1993 as a Non-Profit 501 ( C ) 3 focusing on some of our most at-risk children in grades K – 12. ICYO is working to help close the education gap for our low-income children. When resources and support is not available at home, just being in the classroom is not enough to keep students on grade level. ICYO of Cincinnati, OH offers a variety of programs to low-income inner-city youth in grades K - 12: Homework Assistance & Tutoring, Tennis Camps, Summer Camps, Educational Field Trips, Gardening, Cooking Classes, Transportation at no charge. [read more]View Profile
Just Brew offers everything you love about a neighborhood coffee shop, with the added bonus of providing work opportunities for adults with disabilities. Located in Silverton, Just Brew is minutes from Kenwood, Pleasant Ridge and I-71. Settle in and enjoy meeting new friends or finding a quiet table to unwind, indoors or out. [read more]View Profile
Ken Anderson Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation creating "Live, Work, Engage" opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. We are beginning in Cincinnati and hope to create integrated models and options that can be replicated across the U.S. We believe that adults with disabilities have the human and civil rights to live, work, play, socialize, recreate, love, learn, and worship in the settings and manner of their choosing, with the support of families, friends, and caregivers. In November 2017, we launched PLAY (now ENGAGE), social experiences designed by adults with disabilities for adults with disabilities that include a wide variety of small group community outings with staff and volunteer supports. Our survey of adults with disabilities reveal their most frequent request is to socialize with peers and be in the community. We are currently working to launch WORK, real, paid, integrated employment opportunities through urban agriculture, microenterprises, and community partners. We will augment these with vocational workshops to explore and develop work interests, talents, and abilities. Our plan is to build our first community, The Commons at Springfield, in Springfield Township. The Commons at Springfield will be an innovative, integrated beneficial residential community that provides permanent supportive, affordable housing for a neurodiverse blend of adults with and without developmental disabilities who have a range of support needs. [read more]View Profile