nonprofit

Cincinnati Boychoir
Cincinnati Boychoir
650 Walnut St
Cincinnati Boychoir serves boys from all over the metro region with first-class vocal education and transformative performance and touring opportunities.

Cincinnati Boychoir serves boys from all over the metro region with first-class vocal education and transformative performance and touring opportunities. Drawing from the cultural diversity of the area, we develop artists and artistry through music and cultural education and performance to build confident citizens and community leaders. We serve 200+ boys annually, hold up to 20 performances annually, and tour locally and abroad.

Stepping Stones
Stepping Stones
5650 Given Road, Cincinnati, OH 45243
Stepping Stones is a nonprofit, United Way partner agency that was founded in 1963 as Greater Cincinnati’s first summer camp program for children with disabilities. Today the agency offers a variety of year-round programs for children, teens and adults at four program locations.

Stepping Stones empowers people with disabilities to find pathways to independence! We are a nonprofit, United Way partner agency that offers a variety of recreation programs at four Greater Cincinnati locations. From our start in 1963 as the region’s first summer camp for children with special needs, we have a history of innovation and promoting inclusion throughout our community.

During the summer months, Stepping Stones’ Summer Day Camp (Ages 5 – 22) and Overnight Staycation (Ages 16+) programs provide fun and adventure in a safe, engaging atmosphere! Throughout the school-year, the fun continues with Saturday Clubs at our Given Campus in Indian Hill. Weekend Respites at our Allyn Campus also welcome teens and adults for a one or two-night retreat on a scenic 47-acre property in Batavia, Ohio.

Parental Hope, Inc.
Parental Hope, Inc.
PO Box 42570 Cincinnati OH 45242
Parental Hope, Inc. raises infertility awareness and provides emotional and financial support to hopeful couples battling infertility.

Infertility affects 13.5% of all married, childless women and 1 out of 8 married couples. Those individuals battling infertility not only face not only an emotional journey, but a financial journey as well. Unfortunately, only 8 states (not including Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana) have an insurance mandate that requires employers to include IVF coverage in their health plans. As a result, 85% of infertility patients are self-pay. Parental Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to raise infertility awareness and provide financial assistance to those battling infertility. Parental Hope has an exclusive partnership with the Institute for Reproductive Health in Cincinnati, Ohio (IRH) to support its mission to alleviate the financial burden of IVF by awarding the Parental Hope Family Grant. Parental Hope is a 100% voluntary organization (no salaries!) to ensure as much money raised and contributed to Parental Hope is given to those individuals who need it the most.

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