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How can you spread the cheer by giving back? We have five altruistic ideas for the holiday season that just might do the trick.
This month looks at the world through the eyes of a child, so today we look at how you can recognize National Child Safety and Protection Month, and keep the children in your life safe.
Tutors help students young and old to better their education, improve their skills and gain more success in a field of their choice. Why should you consider becoming a tutor?
When a friend or family member gets sick, it’s difficult to see them lay in bed stifling their sniffles and running a fever. What can you do to make them feel better?
Halloween can be even more meaningful this year by promoting an altruistic lifestyle and giving back to your community. Check out these 13 spooky Halloween fundraising ideas.
Thanks to the Ohio EPA and Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District, Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is hosting a Tire Amnesty event in coordination with the city of Cincinnati! Residents can dispose of scrap tires for FREE by dropping off at one of three locations.
Evanston: Recreation Center at 3204 Woodburn Avenue
West End: Parking lot next to Cincinnati Toolbank at 2011 Central Avenue
East Westwood: Roll Hill Academy at 2411 Baltimore Avenue
November 4th from 9am to 2pm
Cincinnati is BEAUTIFUL.
Want to help keep it that way?
Organize a Great American Cleanup for the fall, and register it with KCB. Thanks to a grant from Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District and our awesome sponsors, we're giving out FREE FIZ reusable water bottles along with our regular supplies to all* registered cleanups for the fall!
*As supplies last
This August, we celebrate National Water Quality Month. How can you have an impact on water quality? We’ve got some ideas for the role you play in making a difference.
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful administers the City of Cincinnati’s Safe and Clean Neighborhood Fund. This fund is designed to support and encourage community-based efforts to improve safety, eliminate blight, and increase livability through neighborhood-level problem-solving approaches and projects. The next Safe & Clean Grant application deadline is August, 4th. Contact Marissa Reed for more information!
Come by the KCB Art Studio for some fun paper art and crafts for all ages! We're teaming up with the West End Art Gallery to plan an afternoon of fun & creativity. Light refreshments provided.
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful's first annual Love Thy 'Nati celebration was a huge success!