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Aruna Project, West 4th Street, Cincinnati, OH, USA

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Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Aruna Project is an international human rights nonprofit dedicated to freeing, employing, and empowering survivors of human trafficking. By providing empowerment through employment, Aruna creates lifelong freedom for women by helping them find their voice, experience independence, and develop a marketable job skill alongside a sisterhood of others who have overcome. Through its products and events, you can literally help set free and give the liberating power of choice to women like Reshma, Fathima, Pooja and so many others, while also celebrating freedom in your own adventure. The Aruna Run Race Series is the catalyst of the freedom process, with the money raised flowing into Aruna’s Training Centers in areas of high sexual exploitation in South Asia. Once freed, the women are offered full-time employment in Aruna’s Freedom Business, where they are trained to produce the line of Athleisure bags and headbands sold in its online store, at events, and at select retail locations. The proceeds from the sale of the products are reinvested into the Freedom Business to fund the holistic care each Artisan receives: a living wage, safe housing, healthcare, retirement savings, and counseling. Learn more at www.arunaproject.com. [read more]

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Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky

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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]

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Cincinnati Fire Museum

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Listed on the National Historic Registry, the Cincinnati Fire Museum celebrates Cincinnati's proud firefighting history and allows you to experience what it was like to work in the busiest Cincinnati firehouse in 1906. You and your family will see some of the oldest firefighting equipment in existence when visiting the Cincinnati Fire Museum. Additionally, we are the only museum in Cincinnati that saves lives through fire safety education. [read more]

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Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

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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]

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Inner City Youth Opportunties

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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]

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Ken Anderson Alliance

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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]

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Leave Your Mark Foundation

In honor of Mark Dorris Sr., The "Leave your Mark Foundation" has been created to help empower and influence the mind of the youth that are raised in a single parent household or by a family member due to death or incarceration. By being a mentor we strive to instill positive affirmations and guidance in the lives of the youth affected by this. We also aim to be a helpful resource for those parenting these children. From adolescent years to young adults, we will provide guidance, friendship and love to keep all on the path to success. [read more]

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meetNKY Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau

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meetNKY is the Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau. We love the cities that make up NKY, and love being part of the Cincinnati region. Our official mission statement is that we are a sales, marketing, service and informational organization whose primary responsibility is to positively impact the Northern Kentucky economy through conventions, meetings and visitor expenditures. Which means we love to show you the best places to stay, eat, play, and meet in our NKY region! We also manage NKY's bourbon trail, The B-Line. [read more]

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O2 Urban Farms

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O2 Urban Farms will provide jobs, produce and food education in challenged neighborhoods by establishing aquaponic urban farms in those communities while advancing the science of sustainable farming techniques. OUR VISION Vision: There are Five (5) foundational principles that center our efforts. 1) Building healthy communities through better food and work options. 2) Growing produce locally 3) Growing produce in the most sustainable manner possible 4) Developing a standard production design that can be replicated in other urban neighborhoods 5) Educating local communities about better life choices WHY AQUAPONICS? The same amount of crops can be grown more efficiently than land farming. · 95% LESS Water · 50% LESS Work · 90% LESS Energy · 10 Times the output in ½ the time · NO Pesticides · Protein available from harvesting the Fish · Sustainable Production AND Sustainable Economical Cash Generation – Social Enterprise · Year-Round Production of Fresh Produce AND Jobs [read more]

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YMCA of Greater Cincinnati

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YMCA of Greater Cincinnati is a non-profit organization focusing on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. [read more]

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