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September 11, 2019
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cincinnati, OH United States
Phone 5134364686
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At a glance
  • Flexible Shifts Available

  • 5+

  • 100+ Volunteers

What we'll doMore than two dozen nonprofits have agreed to host volunteers, many made for children and working adults, on Sept. 11 and Sept. 14 through more than 30 different projects.
Who can do itAnyone 5+ (if accompanied by an adult)

For the first time ever, a National Day of Service for 9/11 is being organized for Greater Cincinnati, thanks to Cincinnati Cares, a local nonprofit working to improve the region’s volunteer ecosystem.

Cincinnati, OH United States
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2 days ago

CincinnatiCares
Over the past five years Katie McCarthy has steadfastly devoted her spare volunteer hours while sharing her talents with Abilities First, a Middletown agency which serves children facing developmental disabilities.Learn how shes making a difference in the story, https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/local-student-finds-calling-career-path-while-felix-winternitz/

Over the past five years Katie McCarthy has steadfastly devoted her spare volunteer hours while sharing her talents with Abilities First, a Middletown agency which serves children facing developmental disabilities.

Learn how she's making a difference in the story, www.linkedin.com/pulse/local-student-finds-calling-career-path-while-felix-winternitz/
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4 days ago

CincinnatiCares
Nonprofit boards are looking to add leaders just like you -- but how to find the right match?Start with Boardbank to explore open board positions, then sign up for our Board Match Event on October 1. Well use your profile (and some advanced algorithms) to give you your best matches so you can have quick conversations with interested nonprofits in a fun networking environment.http://cincinnaticares.org/boardbank, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cincinnati-cares-board-match-for-candidates-tickets-64245628404?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Nonprofit boards are looking to add leaders just like you -- but how to find the right match?

Start with Boardbank to explore open board positions, then sign up for our Board Match Event on October 1. We'll use your profile (and some advanced algorithms) to give you your best matches so you can have quick conversations with interested nonprofits in a fun networking environment.

cincinnaticares.org/boardbank, www.eventbrite.com/e/cincinnati-cares-board-match-for-candidates-tickets-64245628404?aff=ebdssbde...
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4 days ago

CincinnatiCares
A hearty congratulations to our founder Craig Young for receiving the Cincinnati Business Couriers Second Act Award. We are all so proud to be part of your team!—The Cincinnati Cares and Inspiring Service CrewsImage attachment

A hearty congratulations to our founder Craig Young for receiving the Cincinnati Business Courier's Second Act Award. We are all so proud to be part of your team!—The Cincinnati Cares and Inspiring Service Crews ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

CincinnatiCares
Get to know your city from a whole new angle. Volunteer at an upcoming event to connect with people and organizations you never would have met otherwise!https://cincinnaticares.org/events/photo/

Get to know your city from a whole new angle. Volunteer at an upcoming event to connect with people and organizations you never would have met otherwise!

cincinnaticares.org/events/photo/
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6 days ago

CincinnatiCares
I’m 20 years old. Currently I am a construction management student at Gateway, trying to get my associates degree right now and transfer to NKU to get my bachelors there. I volunteer for YoungLife, a Christian organization, which is all over the world but I volunteer in Northern Kentucky. Basically, we go to high schools around Northern Kentucky, try to meet students and become their friends because that’s really all we want to do; to be their friends and show them that there’s somebody there for them because high school can be hard. I know that because I’ve been through it and it was hard for me. Basically, once we kind of get our foot in the door we try to share the gospel with them. I’m at Dixie Heights High School. It’s a school that’s on the verge of being a rich school. But it’s such a big school that there’s all kinds of kids that go there. It can being very hard trying to relate to somebody from another class sometimes. I grew up in middle class. I’ve met some kids that are homeless and some that are driving a new Mercedes-Benz. So it’s not easy. That’s a mistake that people make; thinking that being a YoungLife leader would be easy.  I would say I volunteer around 20-25 hours per week. I know some leaders where this is like a full-time job; 40 hours per week or more. This is their life, it’s what they do, which I totally respect but I have to pay my way through college so that is definitely hard to do. Being a YoungLife leader, you’ll find yourself getting more out of this than the students sometimes. It’s like sometimes God is using the students in their own way of showing me that there are many people struggling with harder things than I am. That might be the biggest achievement, just killing my pride and being able to transform my own heart. I think that’s a really cool thing that’s been able to happen over the past year.
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"I’m 20 years old. Currently I am a construction management student at Gateway, trying to get my associates degree right now and transfer to NKU to get my bachelors there. I volunteer for YoungLife, a Christian organization, which is all over the world but I volunteer in Northern Kentucky. Basically, we go to high schools around Northern Kentucky, try to meet students and become their friends because that’s really all we want to do; to be their friends and show them that there’s somebody there for them because high school can be hard. I know that because I’ve been through it and it was hard for me. Basically, once we kind of get our foot in the door we try to share the gospel with them. I’m at Dixie Heights High School. It’s a school that’s on the verge of being a rich school. But it’s such a big school that there’s all kinds of kids that go there. It can being very hard trying to relate to somebody from another class sometimes. I grew up in middle class. I’ve met some kids that are homeless and some that are driving a new Mercedes-Benz. So it’s not easy. That’s a mistake that people make; thinking that being a YoungLife leader would be easy. I would say I volunteer around 20-25 hours per week. I know some leaders where this is like a full-time job; 40 hours per week or more. This is their life, it’s what they do, which I totally respect but I have to pay my way through college so that is definitely hard to do. Being a YoungLife leader, you’ll find yourself getting more out of this than the students sometimes. It’s like sometimes God is using the students in their own way of showing me that there are many people struggling with harder things than I am. That might be the biggest achievement, just killing my pride and being able to transform my own heart. I think that’s a really cool thing that’s been able to happen over the past year."
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#HowCincinnatiCares. Know someone who's making a difference? Message us today!
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