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March 21, 2020
6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
1000 Broadway St , Cincinnati, OH 45202United States
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  • 4-6 Hours

  • 21+

  • 50+ Volunteers

What we'll doGreet guests and facilitate the guest experience, assist with auction and raffles, assist event photographers, event set-up and tear-down.
Who can do itAnyone 21+

PWC’s largest annual fundraiser, the Toolbelt Ball raises critical dollars for our home accessibility and fall prevention programs to help low-income families, seniors and people with disabilities stay safely in their own homes.

1000 Broadway St , Cincinnati, OH 45202United States
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For this month’s Staff Spotlight we’re featuring Jessica Lawrence, Human Resources Recruiter at People Working Cooperatively.Jessica has been at PWC for the last year and a half and has been a fantastic addition to our team.Jessica’s favorite event at PWC is our annual Prepare Affair, which brings together more than 2,000 volunteers to help homeowners in need prepare their homes for winter. Last year, Jessica gathered a group of 24 neighbors to serve their community — and even got her son and his friends involved!Outside of work, Jessica takes art classes and enjoys creating pieces with different mediums. Ive recently started print-making, but I also enjoy working with acrylic paints, she says.Thank you for being part of the PWC family, Jessica — we are so lucky to have you!

For this month’s Staff Spotlight we’re featuring Jessica Lawrence, Human Resources Recruiter at People Working Cooperatively.

Jessica has been at PWC for the last year and a half and has been a fantastic addition to our team.

Jessica’s favorite event at PWC is our annual Prepare Affair, which brings together more than 2,000 volunteers to help homeowners in need prepare their homes for winter. Last year, Jessica gathered a group of 24 neighbors to serve their community — and even got her son and his friends involved!

Outside of work, Jessica takes art classes and enjoys creating pieces with different mediums. "I've recently started print-making, but I also enjoy working with acrylic paints," she says.

Thank you for being part of the PWC family, Jessica — we are so lucky to have you!
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Interested in making your home more accessible to people of all ages and mobilities? Our friends at Whole Home Modifications can help! Learn more about how PWCs Whole Home Innovation Center is helping homeowners throughout the Tri-State live healthier lives: http://bit.ly/31lgF6t — via Cincy Magazine #WholeHomeInnovates

Interested in making your home more accessible to people of all ages and mobilities? Our friends at Whole Home Modifications can help! Learn more about how PWC's Whole Home Innovation Center is helping homeowners throughout the Tri-State live healthier lives: bit.ly/31lgF6t — via Cincy Magazine #wholehomeinnovates ... See MoreSee Less

Every dollar you give to People Working Cooperatively makes an immediate and substantial impact in your community, providing heat for those who are cold and safety for those who have nowhere else to turn. Do good and donate to PWC today: http://bit.ly/DonateToPWC #Cincinnati #GivingBack

Every dollar you give to People Working Cooperatively makes an immediate and substantial impact in your community, providing heat for those who are cold and safety for those who have nowhere else to turn. Do good and donate to PWC today: bit.ly/DonateToPWC #cincinnati #givingback ... See MoreSee Less

PWCs “Modifications for Mobility” program assists clients with complicated home modification projects such as the installation of handicapped-accessible ramps and more. Find out if you qualify: http://bit.ly/PWCModificationsForMobility

PWC's “Modifications for Mobility” program assists clients with complicated home modification projects such as the installation of handicapped-accessible ramps and more. Find out if you qualify: bit.ly/PWCModificationsForMobility ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Please join us in welcoming People Working Cooperativelys new interns, Maddie and Molly! They will be working with our development team throughout the spring semester.Molly is a sophomore marketing major at University of Cincinnati. She is also on UCs swim team and spends a lot of time traveling with the team. Molly says the most exciting part about interning at PWC is being involved with an organization that helps so many members of our community.Maddie is a senior marketing major at Xavier University. Outside of the office, she is most likely working on campus or spending time with friends. During her internship at PWC, Maddie is most excited to collaborate with graphic design students at Mount St. Joseph University and to help out with our 4th Annual ToolBelt Ball this spring.Were so excited to welcome these wonderful students to our team!Image attachment

Please join us in welcoming People Working Cooperatively's new interns, Maddie and Molly! They will be working with our development team throughout the spring semester.

Molly is a sophomore marketing major at University of Cincinnati. She is also on UC's swim team and spends a lot of time traveling with the team. Molly says the most exciting part about interning at PWC is being involved with an organization that helps so many members of our community.

Maddie is a senior marketing major at Xavier University. Outside of the office, she is most likely working on campus or spending time with friends. During her internship at PWC, Maddie is most excited to collaborate with graphic design students at Mount St. Joseph University and to help out with our 4th Annual ToolBelt Ball this spring.

We're so excited to welcome these wonderful students to our team!
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I was an intern there my spring semester senior year at Xavier!! Such an awesome experience at PWC!

Welcome, and thank you for helping people...like me. :)

Welcome we appreciate all that PWC does for people in need.

Congratulations!!! Thank you for your services.

Welcome and blessings for your work.

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