Working in Neighborhoods Celebrates 35 Years and 35 Partners

On November 12th, Working In Neighborhoods held its 35th Anniversary Event at Paul Brown Stadium, honoring 35 private, public and non-profit partners that have helped WIN further its mission of  home ownership, community stability, economic and energy education, and leadership development throughout Greater Cincinnati. Click to see photos from the event.

Government Partner honorees included the City of Cincinnati Department of Trade and Development, Hamilton County Planning and Development, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Non-profit partners included the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Campaign for Human Development, Communities United for Action, the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, the CDC Association of Greater Cincinnati, LISC Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky, Mercy Partnership Fund, SC Ministry Foundation, Seton Enablement Fund, Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, The Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus, and the United Way.

WIN honored longstanding Corporate Partners of over 20 years, including: The Cincinnati Bengals, Duke Energy, Fifth Third Bank, HealthSmart, Neyer Properties, Norton Outdoor Advertising, PNC Bank, Taft Stettinius and Hollister LLC, and Frankenberg Group. WIN also honored Corporate Partners of 5-19 Years, including Cheviot Savings Bank, Flagel Huber Flagel, General Electric Aviation, Huntington National Bank, Integra Group, Ocwen Financial Corporation, Messer, Northside Bank and Trust Co., Third Federal Savings and Loan, and US Bank.