Jose Nine, a ProKids volunteer who has served dozens of children, was named Su Casa Hispanic Ministry’s Padrino of Unaccompanied Minors at the Catholic Charities event April 20. The organization also recognized ProKids itself as its Organization of the Year. ProKids has been asked by Hamilton County Juvenile Court to advocate for unaccompanied minors, often
On Sunday, April 24, the Editorial Board of the Cincinnati Enquirer published this editorial reinforcing Su Randall’s op-ed, re-printed below. From the April 12, 2016, Cincinnati Enquirer By Su Randall, a resident of Anderson Township who has been a ProKids Court Appointed Special Advocate for six years. She also sent this letter to the Hamilton County
In a letter published today in the Cincinnati Enquirer, ProKids Board President Tom Cuni calls on members of our community to stand up for children.
ProKids is celebrating its first endowment, the Amy Merrell Steps to Success Endowment, at a special Charitable Suds event on Thursday, March 10, at Rhinegeist Brewery. The endowment was created by Elizabeth “Liz” Ricci in honor of her sister, Amy Merrell, after Merrell died in early 2015. Merrell was a friend of Rhinegeist as well
There are 2,700 children in the Hamilton County child protection system, still susceptible to abuse and neglect and often moving from home to home and school to school. Executive Director Tracy Cook along with CASA Volunteers Cameron Laue and Wynndel Watts joined WVXU’s Cincinnati Edition Host Mark Heyne to discuss how Greater Cincinnati’s men and
Every day, ProKids works to change the cycle of violence in Greater Cincinnati families. By making sure children are in safe, secure homes, we can not only change those lives — we change the lives of the next generation. Samantha grew up surrounded by every kind of abuse: physical, emotional, sexual. Those who were