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WIN partners with Cincinnati Works 

size_550x415_CW_logoWIN and Cincinnati Works have partnered up to offer new opportunities for economic self-sufficiency.

Cincinnati Works will be on site at WIN’s offices in South Cumminsville the second and fourth Monday’s of the month from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm. Upcoming dates are August 10th and August 24th.

If you or someone you know is looking to build job skills, needs help with the job search, or looking for ways to address obstacles to stable employment, this is a great opportunity to learn more. For more information, call (513) 541-4109.

WIN’s 2014 Foreclosure Report Released June 11th

2014 Foreclosures are at 20002 levelsWIN’s Annual Foreclosure Report After the Crash: The Lingering Results of the Foreclosure Crisis in our Communities-A Study of Foreclosures in Hamilton County in 2014 is now available for download. 

WIN has been tracking foreclosures in Hamilton County and sharing our findings with the community since 2002.  Our latest report includes 2014 foreclosure data for the county, including new foreclosure filings, properties listed for Sheriff’s Sale, and completed Sheriff’s Sales.   

Click here to download WIN’s press release about the 2014 foreclosure numbers.

June 11th Foreclosure Report Release in the news:

Channel 5


The Cincinnati Enquirer

 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.