Listen to JLC Active Member, Elizabeth Berkowitz, describe her responsibilities, challenges, and highlights as Hamilton County Magistrate.
Congratulations to JLC Member Lisa Nolan, who has been named the Executive Director for Dress for Success Cincinnati! Lisa has been a Member of the JLC since 2011, where she has organized trainings as part of our Leadership Development team, assisted with outreach on our Membership Council, worked on combatting childhood obesity through our Kids in the […]
Delta Dental insurance has helped send more than 2,300 students to the Inside the Grin exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center. In Ohio, dental care is the number one unmet health care need for children, regardless of income. In the Tri-State, one out of every ten children in Cincinnati Public Schools has visible tooth decay. Delta Dental has stepped […]
We are excited to announce that the Junior League of Cincinnati has been selected as the 2017 Community Honoree for the Duke Energy Children’s Museum Difference Maker Awards for our work in pediatric oral health through our GrinUp! project. We are honored to be recognized with many great individuals, organizations, and efforts, including our RefugeeConnect partner STAR (Students […]
The holiday season is a time of both reflection and celebration. Today, we reflect on nearly a century of service and our past year by sharing our Annual Report with you, and ask you to celebrate the Junior League of Cincinnati by making a donation to our Annual Fund Campaign.
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RefugeeConnect now acts as a resource and connector to ensure refugees have access to the programs available to them, and that they feel welcome in their adopted community. They currently offer an in-depth virtual resource center (www.refugeeconnect.org) that allows refugees to quickly and easily search through more than 80 service providers in specific categories, such […]
“In some places refugees might feel forgotten, but in Cincinnati, it’s a different story.” Our RefugeeConnect project was recently featured on the U.S. State Department’s inspirational ShareAmerica platform! ShareAmerica works with U.S. embassies and consulates in more than 140 countries to engage with people around the globe. Read the complete article here.
To kick off the new school year and raise awareness about good oral health, the Delta Dental Foundation is offering $5,000 in field trip grants for area students to visit Inside the Grin at Cincinnati Museum Center’s Duke Energy Children’s Museum. The newly-opened exhibit was funded, in part, by a $55,000 grant from the Delta […]
In partnership with the Ad Council, Upworthy is featuring RefugeeConnect’s programming and recent World Refugee Day Cup Soccer Tournament as part of their special Embrace Refugees series. Read more here!