More than 800 wine enthusiasts packed The Phoenix ballroom Nov. 12, National Philanthropy Day, for the fall event of The Bacchanalian Society. Guests sampled Pinot Noir and supported ProKids through PKYP, the ProKids Young Professionals. PKYP members act on behalf of the abused and neglected children ProKids serves and educate the community about how these children
According to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, funding for victims of crime — which ProKids and CASA programs throughout the country rely upon — is under threat. The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 deal signed this week took $1.5 billion out of the non-taxpayer-generated VOCA (Victim of Crime Act) funds, which are dedicated to direct
The ProKids Young Professionals, a group which mobilizes the young professionals community in Cincinnati to act on behalf of ProKids children, is proud to partner with the Bacchanalian Society of Cincinnati to be the sole beneficiary of its fall event 7 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12, at The Phoenix, 812 Race St., downtown
ProKids was honored to help tell the story of United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s impact at the kickoff event — and honored again today to be featured as United Way announced it had achieved its fundraising goal of $69 million. ProKids is a United Way agency. The photo featured at the concluding event includes CASA
Kelly Wittich, the past president of the ProKids Board of Trustees, was honored at a black-tie gala as one of the 2015 Outstanding Directors by the Cincinnati Business Courier. Wittich, who is a partner/account vice-president for FTB Financial Services of UBS Financial Services, was a ProKids CASA Volunteer before becoming a member of the board.
The Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority at the University of Cincinnati has been showing ProKids some love lately. The young women not only organized the supply room at the ProKids office, they also made treats for CASA Volunteers with handwritten notes of appreciation. The latest outreach was on the heels of its annual Mr. University Pageant,
The Ohio CASA celebration culminated in two ProKids volunteers being honored: Board President Thomas Cuni as the Volunteer Attorney of the Year and CASA Volunteer Debbie Jacobs as the Rising Star Volunteer of the Year. The two were celebrated for their passion and commitment. Tom, whose practice is headquartered in Woodlawn, began volunteering in court