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Other Community Resource Organizations

  • The Cincinnati Community ToolBank is a nonprofit tool lending program that provides fellow not-for-profit organizations with year-round access to an inventory of tools for use in volunteer projects, special events, facility repairs, grounds maintenance and much more. They provide tools to enhance the charitable sector’s capacity to serve, facilitating hands-on volunteerism in the greater Cincinnati area.

  • The Cincinnati Recycling & Reuse Hub (CRRH, or the Hub) reduces the amount of waste going to landfills through their one-stop drop-off location where they accept items and materials that are recyclable and reusable, even some that are not permitted in traditional recycling bins. The one-stop model is unique in that it saves time, effort, and gas for donors, and it allows for more items to be recycled or reused than the current waste/recycling/reuse infrastructure for the Greater Cincinnati Area does. The Hub is the only organization in Greater Cincinnati accepting such a vast amount of items for the general public to recycle in one place.

  • Hamilton County R3source works with residents, communities, businesses, and schools to reduce waste and increase recycling. Learn how to reduce your waste at home, work, school, and play. Use their website to find out how to properly dispose of hazardous waste and recyclables.

  • Green Umbrella is the leading alliance working to maximize the environmental sustainability of Greater Cincinnati.

  • Handy recycling tips and how to be GREEN!

  • Cincinnati IS Beautiful! Let's keep it that way! Get involved and help keep your neighborhood clean, safe and vibrant!
    City of Cincinnati Residents can use the Fix It Cincy app or call 513- 591-6000 to schedule bulk item pickup, report illegal dumping and litter, etc.

  • For more than 25 years, Cincinnati residents have made recycling a daily habit, diverting more than 350,000 tons of material from the waste stream. In 2015, residents recycled 22,853 tons of metal, glass, plastic, and paper.

  • This was sent to us by a local student named Chris as part of his Earth Day 2023 school project. Thanks, Chris!

Our Impact This Year

  • Volunteer Hours


  • Pounds of Litter & Debris Collected


  • Clean Up Events


  • Nippert Foundation
    Nippert Foundation
  • Cincinnati Tool Bank logo
    Cincinnati Tool Bank logo

    Cincinnati Tool Bank Logo

  • Cincinnati Bell
    Cincinnati Bell
  • Barefoot Proximity
    Barefoot Proximity
  • Dater
  • Carton Council
    Carton Council
  • American Modern
    American Modern
  • PNC
  • CocaCola
  • kmk law
    kmk law
  • Cincinnati Development Fund
    Cincinnati Development Fund
  • BostonBeerCompany
  • ContractSweepers
  • Motz
  • Thompson Hine
    Thompson Hine
  • Ameritas
  • First Financial
    First Financial
  • Rumpkee
  • Rohr
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