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Local philanthropist Craig Young awarded the 2020 Jefferson Award

Craig Young, the founder, and director of Inspiring Service was awarded the 2020 Jefferson Award for Public Service in Greater Cincinnati. Cincinnati Enquirer
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Cincinnati Cares & Inspiring Service Expands as its Impact Grows

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Feb. 5, 2020 FOR MORE INFO, call 513-910-2584, or email [email protected] Cincinnati Cares and Inspiring Service…

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Inspiring Service proud to be featured on page 9-10!

Inspiring Service, Cincinnati, OH A few years ago, Inspiring Service, a local nonprofit and parent organization to Cincinnati Cares, partnered…

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Association of Fundraising Professionals marks National Philanthropy Day with awards, celebration

More than 600 guests from dozens of area nonprofits and businesses gathered for the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ annual National…

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Cincinnati Gives, Doing Good

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Introducing the 2019 Innovate for Good Challenge Semifinalists

This year marks the second Innovate for Good Challenge, an annual contest presented by Independent Sector and Accenture highlighting social purpose…

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Craig Young matches volunteers with agencies that need them

NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAY | Volunteer of the Year The last time Craig Young got a paycheck, it was for coaching…

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National Philanthropy Day – Volunteer of the Year Video

View the entire video of Craig's nomination for the National Philanthropy Day Volunteer of the Year, here.

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Cincinnati Cares relaunches BoardBank; helps recruit and match community leaders to nonprofits

Cincinnati Cares — already the most popular way for people in Greater Cincinnati to discover their way to help —…

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Cincinnati entrepreneur Young would like 10 more minutes with Steve Jobs

Craig Young, a former software supplier, is the founder and executive director of Inspiring Service, an organization that uses a…

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Young used tech expertise to forge easier path for volunteers

Craig Young drew upon his experience as a software supplier and philanthropist to establish Inspiring Service in 2017 and develop…

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MY VIEW: Local nonprofits can grow stronger together

With all the demands on resources, local nonprofits more than ever need to consider new or creative ways to adjust…

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AFP 2019 Volunteer of the Year

Volunteer of the Year:  Presented to an individual or group with a record of exceptional generosity who: through a devotion of…

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Here are the Courier’s 2019 Second Act honorees

The Cincinnati Business Courier has announced the honorees for this year’s Second Act awards, a program that recognizes professionals who have forged…

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CINCY INNO’S 2019 COOLEST COMPANIES

Doug Conant of Campbell Soup once said, "to win in the marketplace, you must first win in the workplace.” Now, with…

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P&G Alumni – Social Fun & Volunteering with Cincinnati Cares

The Cincinnati chapter of the Proctor & Gamble Alumni Network is now partnered with Cincinnati Cares, forging a relationship that…

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Craig Young: Using technology to inspire volunteerism in Cincinnati – and beyond

Craig Young is not new to philanthropy and volunteerism. But his nonprofit Inspiring Service and its local arm, Cincinnati Cares,…

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Doug Bolton: Connecting businesses and individuals to volunteer opportunities

For Doug Bolton, volunteerism may well be in his genes. Today, as president and CEO of Cincinnati Cares, it’s his…

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YWCA Greater Cincinnati’s board of directors to include men for first time in 150 years

For the first time in its 150-year history, the YWCA Greater Cincinnati will include men on its board of directors.…

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Cincinnati Cares named state Hub for transforming volunteerism

Local nonprofit Cincinnati Cares has received official designation as a Service Enterprise Hub by the national Points of Light organization,…

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Here are the finalists for our 2019 Innovation & Technology Awards

The Cincinnati Business Courier announced the finalists today for its ninth annual Innovation & Technology Awards. The program recognizes companies that are…

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Mayor John Cranley’s Give One Volunteer of the Year Award given to Inspiring Service

"As Mayor, one of the greatest privileges I have is to ask people to give back to our city. All…

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How to get kids involved in volunteering in Cincinnati

For years, adults have encouraged children to give back as a way to build moral character. A survey by the…

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Gen2Gen Cincinnati: Program makes it easier for adults to help region’s kids

'Every kid in Cincinnati deserves a shot' At Oyler’s Al Hampton Mentoring Center, Mia and her mentor picked out a…

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Cincinnati Cares nominated in Cincy Inno’s Inaugural 50 on Fire

We are pleased to introduce our inaugural 50 on Fire, a celebration of the early-stage businesses, enterprises and innovators who…

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Movies & Mentors Cincinnati Campaign

Our very own Jenna Ruttkay and Katie Fiorelli spoke with CincyChic about Generation to Generation's national campaign, Movies & Mentors.…

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Generation to Generation Cincinnati Encourages Mentoring

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A new group in Cincinnati is turning to the power of film to help create a opportunity…

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Give One for Cincy Initiative

Give One for Cincy Challenge calls for 100,000 hours of service to make the city of Cincinnati better. Watch the…

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Cincinnati Cares Launches

In the Spirit of Holiday Giving, Cincinnati Cares Launches Norwood, OH November 16, 2017. Are you, your family or friend…

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