Tag: "community health"
The Annual Cincinnati Children’s Celestial Ball
The Cincinnati Children’s 13th annual Celestial Ball at the Duke Energy Convention Center raised more than $1 million for community health initiatives aimed at creating safer, healthier futures for kids
Cincinnati Children’s to Invest $11.5M in Avondale
A brief summary and link to a media story about Cincinnati Children's investing in Avondale community.
Study: Invest in kids & mothers, get big return
A brief summary of and link to a story in the Cincinnati Enquirer about Cincinnati Children's Every Child Succeeds program.
Cranley pledge: Lift 10,000 kids out of poverty
A brief summary of and link to a story in the Cincinnati Enquirer about Mayor John Cranley's new task force to battle childhood poverty in Cincinnati.
Study shows Every Child Succeeds has ‘huge’ economic impact
A brief summary of and link to a story on WCPO.com about the economic impact of the Every Child Succeeds program.
Avondale makeover under way, one home at a time
A brief summary of and link to a story on WCPO.com about how a new loan program is helping build neighborhood wealth and revitalize Avondale.
Children’s study finds higher rates of childhood illness in poor neighborhoods across Hamilton Co.
A brief summary of and link to a story on Soapbox Cincinnati about a study finding higher rates of respiratory illnesses in low income neighborhoods by Andrew Beck, MD.
The CCIC brings $100 to 100 families in 100 days to make homes safer for kids
A Comprehensive Children’s Injury Center (CCIC)’s campaign, Preventing Injuries in Norwood, is bringing $100 worth of safety equipment to 100 homes in 100 days in Norwood. The goal of the
Cincinnati Children’s Partners With New Liberty Center Development
Liberty Township’s Liberty Center development, scheduled to open in the fall, has plans to provide programming and education for families, thanks to a new partnership with Cincinnati Children’s. The hospital
Child Life Specialists Help Kids In Our Community
When a shooting occurred recently at a local motel, child life specialists from Cincinnati Children’s were called upon to offer assistance. Katie Nees, Annie Krause, Tina Ulanowski and Heather Storey are members of