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Thank You, WIN Volunteers

April 14th, Working In Neighborhoods held a luau to recognize our wonderful, hardworking volunteers for all their work over the past year.  In 2014, more than 200 individuals gave over 1,200 hours of service to support WIN’s mission. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do, and we are deeply grateful for their time, sweat, and generosity.

WIN gave four awards to recognize volunteers who have gone over and above in their service to WIN and the communities we serve. Two individual volunteers and two volunteer groups were honored.

Individuals: Marian Guilford and Patricia Schloemer

Groups: Catholic Heartworks Camp and P&G FemCare Group

Thanks to all of our volunteers who have cheerfully done everything from demolition and construction, working with our youth programs, sending out newsletters, to answering our phones! And a special thanks to the students from UC’s Lindner School of Business, who created our volunteer slide show and helped us plan, set-up, decorate, and clean up our 2015 Volunteer Event !

WIN named as “Green Business Awards” honoree by Business Courier


 On January 16th, The Business Courier  announced Working In Neighborhoods as one of its 34 honorees for its 2015 Green Business Awards. Now in its sixth year, the program recognizes people, companies and organizations demonstrating outstanding leadership through sustainable building, practice, product and advocacy. The program is produced in partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council’s local chapter.

What’s New at WIN: Winter 2015 

Sister Barbara Busch with Chris and Sheena Deering after signing the paperwork to close on their new home.

A Five-Year Dream Fulfilled: WIN’s New Northside Homeowners

WIN’s home ownership initiatives are helping to make dreams come true for new Northside Homeowners.  Read more…

AnnetteAfterScoolWIN’s After School Program Helps Kids Succeed

Sister Annette believes strongly in the unique potential of every child and encourages the students to fulfill that potential. Read more…

Untitled 0 00 01-32Borden Corridor Development Accelerates

As a continuation of WIN’s commitment to improve and safeguard South Cumminsville, plans include the rehabilitation of 24 units, as well as acquiring land for additional development. Read more…

DSC00263 (2)SmallEnergy Education: Economics and Environment

WIN has been a huge supporter of energy efficiency and has worked with local utility companies to promote it since 1986. Read more…

THANK YOU for supporting WIN’s work!

Grants received or committed this quarter: George B. Riley Trust;
PNC Bank: Homebuyers Club Grant; Focus On Success; Anonymous Grant to upgrade office equipment

Memorials & Honoraria: 

In Memory of: Geraldine Barker (Sister Barbara Busch); Larry Barker (Wanda Keyser); Fr. Joseph B. Bruening (Alice G. Henkel & Mary C. Palmoski); Richard “Rick” Gerhardt (Therese Froehle); Mary B. Jackson (Judi Carr); Coletta Knapp (Gary Knapp); Susan McNamara (Michael McNamara); Peter D. Mosher (Janet S. McGrath, Charley and Dee Pittinger); Ray & Mary Shoemaker (James & Elizabeth Schmid); Clarence Stever (Dr. & Mrs. R. Terrell Frey); Peter Strauss (Katherine Strauss); Jack Vogel (Joe & Eleanor McSwiggin). 

In Honor of: Marilyn Evans (Samuel & Marie Cocoshis); Mr. & Mrs Phil Hummeldorf 50th anniversary (Therese Froehle); Adele Lippert (Mark Lippert); Paul & Ruth Ravenna 50th anniversary (Alan and Ann Fershtman–S. Judy Martinez Fund)

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