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Celebration on the Hill Gala Recap

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Thanks to the collaboration, creativity and hard work of dedicated volunteers and staff, the OneSource “A Celebration on the Hill” at The Monastery Event Center was a smashing success, lauded by many as a top nonprofit event.   Over 250 supporters gathered to recognize OneSource’s impact in the nonprofit community, and over $130,000 in net revenue was raised. 

We thank Michael Johnson, new President and CEO of The United Way of Greater Cincinnati for his keynote address, and were proud to recognize Procter & Gamble and collaborating partner Pro Bono Partnership who received OneSource Community Partner Awards for their corporate and nonprofit organization’s efforts to enrich our community. Amelia Crutcher, a valued long-time volunteer and emeritus board member, received the Founder’s Award. 

Through our combined efforts, OneSource is able to provide services, products and connections to hundreds of nonprofits positively impacting thousands of lives throughout the Greater Cincinnati area.  If you hear of organizations that want to donate gently used office furniture or supplies to our warehouse of offerings to nonprofits – have them give us a call!  Or, in your community interaction, if you hear about nonprofits who could benefit from staff training or consulting, coaching, strategic planning, board development or human resource guidance – our staff is here to guide and help!

OneSource wants to make an impact, and we do!  We believe that high-performing nonprofits are vital to a thriving Greater Cincinnati community and that OneSource can help greater Cincinnati nonprofits operate as best-in-class organizations to deliver on their missions and meet the needs of our community.  

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Celebration on the Hill

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Join us for our annual celebration of all the partners who make it possible
for OneSource to inspire nonprofit excellence.

The Monastery Event Center
1055 St. Paul Place
Mt. Adams, OH 45202

Thursday, September 27, 2018

6:00 p.m. Celebration Reception

7:00 p.m. Call to Dinner

7:30 p.m. Program and Recognition

“Reflections on a Thriving Community”

Michael Johnson, CEO and President, United Way of Greater Cincinnati

Award Presentations

Dave Wallace, OneSource Board Chair; Bob Castellini, Founder, Community Resource Center

Celebrating 2018 Honorees:

Procter & Gamble
Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio
Amelia Crutcher

Presenting Sponsors:

View the full Sponsors list

Complimentary Parking
Business or Cocktail Attire

For more information, email celebrate@OneSourceCtr.org

Event sold out!

Raffle and Grand Raffle baskets

Totaling over $11,000!!!

Baskets include experiences to:
• fine arts and local sightseeing venues
• fitness studios
• college and Cincinnati professional team games
• notable golf clubs and Indianapolis 500
• restaurants and hotel stays
• home and personal care
• with Cincinnati breweries/distilleries and
• fabulous wines highlighted as well!

Raffle ticket bundles will be available for purchase at the event!

Celebration Live Action

Totaling over $4000 in value!
Get creative – get a group bid going,
or check items off your own bucket list!

“Take Me Out to the BallPark” with Phil
Four 2019 Reds Dugout Box Seats # # # Batting Practice Viewing
Ballpark Tour with Reds COO Phil Castellini

“Some Enchanted Evening” for Two
Jeff Ruby Dining Certificate
Cincinnati Opera “The Marriage of Figaro”
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Overnight
James Free Jewelry $500 Gift Certificate
Mercedes Benz for Weekend with Premium Car Detailing

“My Old Kentucky Home”
UK Basketball Tickets for Two (Nov. 21 or 23, 2018)
See #1 ranked Wildcats in prestigious KFund seats
Keeneland 2019 Spring Race Day
Admission and Exclusive Clubhouse Luncheon for Six
New Riff Distilling “Whiskey Experience” for Four
Plus a Bottle of New Riff’s Newly Released Bourbon

Community Makeover Revitalizes Roselawn 22-Acre Campus

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OneSource was a returning partner to this year’s Community Makeover Project, spearheaded by the Reds Community Fund and Procter and Gamble. About 500 volunteers worked on this year’s Community Makeover Project, revitalizing Prospect Baptist Church’s 22-acre campus into an “urban campground” for the community along with upgrades to the Summit Center.

In addition to the exterior work, Kroger volunteers rehabbed the Summit Center’s kitchen space. A team from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center created a Teen Wellness Center, which will feature a computer lab, yoga and sessions on nutrition and fitness. GE volunteers added a “maker space,” complete with new technology and computers. Interact For Health provided funding and volunteer support, Cincinnati Community ToolBank provided more than 1,400 tools and equipment and OneSource assisted with furniture and interior design.