During the summer of 2018, African American engineers from P&G volunteered at Envision Children’s Rockin’ Robotics Camp held in the Winton Woods City School District.  The camp was run in collaboration with the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative as part of its Summer of STEM initiative.  Students in 5th and 6th grades attended the camp.  Volunteers…

Sarin’s journey mirrors that of so many of our English Connection students. Originally from Cambodia, Sarin had a successful career as an accountant. Over 10 years ago and while expecting her oldest son, Sarin began attending ESOL classes. Now a mother of 3, she has transformed her understanding of the English language immensely. So far…

Gen2Gen Cincinnati: Program makes it easier for adults to help region’s kids ‘Every kid in Cincinnati deserves a shot’ Lucy May 5:00 AM, Sep 20, 2018 CINCINNATI — Oyler School fourth grader Mia Lee couldn’t help but smile when she saw Katarina Gay for the first time this school year. Mia and her mentor picked…

Inner City Youth Opportunities “Success Story” – Demetrius Demetrius entered the ICYO program in April 2013. Demetrius is now in ninth grade. “ICYO helped me a lot. Before, I got C’ s and D’ s. But after I came, the next quarter I got A’ s, B’ s and 1 C. I had a hard…

The children so enjoy their special reading time with Dill and his handler Monica Seta – Brown.

A testimonial from a former ICYO participant from 1993 who attended Washburn Elementary school in the West End. “Hi Mrs. Bell I just wanted to tell you that ICYO was one of the good memories of my childhood. Sometimes home life was hard but knowing that there was someone out there that cared really made…

Thank You to Our 2018 Summer Volunteers This summer, hundreds of volunteers from across Cincinnati and around the country volunteered at Stepping Stones’ summer day camp! We are so grateful for all of the tremendous group and individual volunteers who shared their time and talents to create magical summer memories for our participants. Our dedicated…

The Ronald McDonald House was their first home. Meet the Gilbert and Ammen families and learn how the House was there for their twin girls.

As a mentor my experience has been a phenomenal one.  I have been able to experience firsthand the professionalism of Ms. Owens, but more importantly, the successful impact the mentoring program has had on my direct mentee, as well as others. The bond established between mentor and mentee, as well as other family members is…

Rare. A word that no parent wants to hear when their child has been diagnosed with a critical illness. But that was the case for Devin, who was born with many heart abnormalities, including hypoplastic right heart syndrome. For his parents, Tiffany and Jack, the life they dreamed of for their first born child would…

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