A special THANK YOU to our 2021 Charity Partners!
St. John United Church of Christ – “Food Raiser”- St. John UCC is an active congregation located in Reading. Our Mission Statement is: As disciples of Jesus Christ, we are called by God and empowered by the Holy Spirit to worship, to serve our community in Christian love, and to nurture our members along their spiritual journey. Part of serving our community is to host a church-supported Food Pantry, which is open twice a week. Instead of the usual $20/carload, you may bring a bag(s) of non-perishables such as spaghetti, peanut butter, spaghetti sauce, canned meat, etc. as your entrance fee.
We are a center for children with hearing loss that focuses on spoken language development. Our Mission is that children with hearing impairments learn to speak and understand when others are speaking to them. We are proud to be part of the family of Moog Curriculum schools, helping hearing-impaired children and their families communicate through speech. We are the only school in the Tri-State that offers an auditory oral program and are one of the most successful programs in the United States. We are committed to providing the best possible outcome for the children and families we serve. We believe all children can succeed and when given the proper tools, children who are deaf or hard of hearing can have bright futures and reach their full potential. Ohio Valley Voices is one of the top early intervention and educational programs in the country for children who are deaf or hard of hearing from birth to eight years old.
Mustang Journey is a non-profit organization created in 2018 by people who love Mustangs and Veterans and have seen for themselves the life-changing difference pairing the two can make. Mustang Journey adopts mustangs from the Bureau of Land Management. For the next three months, under the supervision of certified trainers, military veterans volunteer to help prepare the mustangs for adoption. As mustangs are adopted out of Mustang Journey into loving homes.
Clermont County Humane Society is dedicated to keeping pets in their homes, with the families who love them. Their goal is to connect financially challenged Clermont County pet owners with the community resources that can help them care for their animals. Because when life gets complicated, people more than ever need the unconditional love and emotional support of the pets that share their lives. Every animal deserves humane and responsible care, but for people facing financial difficulties, providing even the most basic needs can be a problem. They're working to help pet lovers in our community properly care for the animals they love.
Pink Ribbon Girls provides Healthy Meals, Housecleaning, Rides to Treatment, and Peer Support to individuals with breast and gynecological cancers free of charge. Our organization was created by women with breast cancer to support and empower others who are currently in the fight against breast and gynecological cancers. We strive to balance the fear and uncertainty that breast and gynecological cancers bring to individuals and families by providing free direct services to those throughout Central, Midwest, and Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, St. Louis, Missouri area, and San Francisco Bay Area, California.
Founded in 1949, League for Animal Welfare is a privately funded, non-profit organization providing much-needed care for unwanted, lost and neglected cats and dogs in our community. As the oldest and one of the largest no-kill shelters in the area, the League serves the Greater Cincinnati area through initiatives to reduce the number of homeless animals and to help people better care for their pets. Using the resources of its dedicated staff, volunteers and supporters, the League provides the medical care, behavioral training and socialization needed to match homeless animals with lifelong homes. The League’s shelter has the capacity to care for approximately 40 dogs and 100 cats with the goal of permanent placement in appropriate, screened, loving homes.
We started out nearly six decades ago as the “Resident Home for the Mentally Retarded,” but “envisioning” is deeply embedded in our organization’s DNA. The founders – who launched a residential school on Cincinnati’s west side in 1963 – envisioned a bright and vibrant future for their children. Today’s leaders continue to cast a vision and craft innovative programs to improve community inclusion and quality of life for more than 600 individuals residing in Hamilton, Butler, Clermont and Warren counties.
In 1948, the association reorganized, transforming from a professional scientific society to a nationwide voluntary health organization composed of science and lay volunteers and supported by professional staff. Since then, the AHA has grown rapidly in size and influence — nationally and internationally — into an organization of more than 33 million volunteers and supporters dedicated to improving heart health and reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
We provide engaging Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) programs to schools, families and the community in the Greater Cincinnati Region - to help students and educators build confidence and interest in STEM knowledge and STEM-related careers. iSPACE makes an impact in over 500 classrooms yearly and are aligned with national and state educational standards and complement teaching curricula. Our programs complement educational standards by reaching beyond the formal classroom setting to spark curiosity and inspire interest in STEM.
At each home game, Cincinnati Polo Club gate fees benefit a local partnering charity. Each charity will host their own raffles, food, etc. and keep 100% of the profits.