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PNC Foundation Announces $150,000 Grant To Replace Cincinnati’s Inwood Park Playground

Cincinnati Parks, Cincinnati Parks Foundation receives grant as part of PNC Grow Up Great® 15th anniversary celebration
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CINCINNATI, November 14, 2019 /3BL Media/ – The PNC Foundation announced today that it is awarding a $150,000 grant to the Cincinnati Parks Foundation and Cincinnati Parks as part of the 15th anniversary celebration of PNC Grow Up Great. This bilingual $500 million, multi-year initiative of PNC helps prepare children from birth to age 5 for success in school and life.

Duke Energy Grants $205,000 to Seven Projects to Eliminate Blight, Drive Redevelopment and Job Growth in Greater Cincinnati’s Urban Cores

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  • Urban Revitalization grants provide much-needed gap funding for redevelopment and restoration of buildings in Northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio
  • A proven catalyst for economic development and job growth in communities
  • Nearly $2.4 million in Urban Revitalization grants to 72 projects across Greater Cincinnati since 2011
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  • Urban Revitalization grants provide much-needed gap funding for redevelopment and restoration of buildings in Northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio
  • A proven catalyst for economic development and job growth in communities
  • Nearly $2.4 million in Urban Revitalization grants to 72 projects across Greater Cincinnati since 2011

How One Promise Is Worth $15 Million

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Inspired by PNC’s signature philanthropic program, Grow Up Great, Cincinnati employee Cheryl Rose helped to create a city-wide effort called the Preschool Promise. The approach will help children become kindergarten ready and is being studied nationally as a new collaborative model for early childhood education.

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Inspired by PNC’s signature philanthropic program, Grow Up Great, Cincinnati employee Cheryl Rose helped to create a city-wide effort called the Preschool Promise. The approach will help children become kindergarten ready and is being studied nationally as a new collaborative model for early childhood education.

Home is the Key to a Safe Place to Play for Jimmella

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Living in a home safe enough for her children to play in the yard is something that Lanay and her family are still getting used to. It’s a good feeling.

“This is a new experience for all of us,” Lanay says. Her oldest daughter, Tomanique, 12, has been giving her new roller skates a test drive, and her brothers are learning to ride a bike and a scooter.

Political Strategist, Donna Brazile, to Keynote Ohio Women’s Conference

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CINCINNATI, OH, February 15, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The Ohio Diversity Council is proud to announce Veteran Political Strategist, Donna Brazile, as their 2017 Ohio Women’s Conference keynote speaker. The conference will be held on May 9, 2017 at the University of Cincinnati. This annual event focuses on professional development, community, networking, entrepreneurship, and women’s health.

National Diversity Council’s DiversityFIRST™ Certification Program Expands in 2017

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HOUSTON, January 24, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The National Diversity Council is proud to announce its 2017 DiversityFIRST™ Certification Program to be held in five locations across the Unites States. The success of past years has prompted the National Diversity Council to expand the program to Ohio and New Jersey in addition to California, Florida, and Texas.

Jay Bruce of the Cincinnati Reds Takes a Swing for Those at Home

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Jay Bruce, Cincinnati Reds outfielder, has hit 18 homeruns so far this season. The biggest swing he’ll take, however, is during the Jay Bruce Golf Benefit and Tournament this November.

Bruce’s older sister, Kellan, has intellectual and developmental disabilities, which inspired Bruce to create the golf benefit in 2010.

TWC Leadership Chips Away at Cincinnati’s Poverty Rate with Partner Agency, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati

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On February 17, 100 leaders from Wisconsin, Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio and Kentucky broke up into four teams and set out with partner agency Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati to end a major barrier to breaking the cycle of poverty, homeownership. 

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