Good News from NKY Chamber Members
VonLehman Shows Appreciation for City Workers
VonLehman, is giving back to those who are reporting to work each day in the midst of this time of uncertainty. The company had meals from Behle Street by Sheli delivered to City of Crestview Hills employees. “These are times no one has experienced before but THANK YOU to those who are leaning into the change and making the most of these times!”
The Delish Dish/Made by Mavis
The company has partnered with Parish Kitchen to offer "Neighbors in Need" meals. For just $15, they will deliver a two-serving meal to The Parish Kitchen for them to give out to needy families! Win-win!
YMCA Of Greater Cincinnati offering childcare to hospital personnel and first responders
Beechwood Elementary teacher, Amanda Klare
Schools are being shut down for an extended period of time and people are anxious about what learning looks like when students are learning from home. In the midst of uncertainty, one thing is apparent: love actually is all around.
Two Nonprofits Partner -
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation & United Way of Greater Cincinnati have come together to launch the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund. The most vulnerable members of our community, many of whom already face health and economic disparities, will be disproportionately affected by the global pandemic. This fund will provide support for local nonprofit organizations that address food insecurity, housing and shelter, medical response, childcare and eldercare. Click here to learn more and to find out how you can help support this important effort. Click here to make a donation.
United Way “Do Good” Awards
United Way seeks to recognize the people who “Do Good” for others and impact the NKY community. Nominate your favorite “DoGood-er” to be honored at an award ceremony in December 2020.
Meal Programs for Students, Families
Cincinnati Bell Inc. will donate $20,000 to Cincinnati Public Schools to help ensure that students and their families in our community have access to healthy meals, educational materials, and hygiene kits while schools are closed during Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s mandate to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
Facebook Live Programming with the Kenton County Library
History Sunday, 2 p.m. -Receive genealogy tips, ask questions and more.
Mindfulness Mondays, 9 a.m. - Do breathing exercises and meditation with Ms. Erin.
How To..., Mondays and Wednesdays at 4 p.m. - Crafting, cooking, gaming and more with Ms. Kari and Ms. Jill
Storytime with Ms. Amy, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10 a.m. - Ms. Amy and her ukulele will be offering storytime via Facebook Live.
Tech Time Tuesdays, 12:30 p.m. - Ask our tech team any questions you might have like how to download eBooks or stream movies.
Friday Yoga, 4 p.m. - Practice restorative yoga with Ms. Erin.
All the programs above will be offered Facebook Live until we are able to reopen and offer programming. https://www.facebook.com/KentonCountyPublicLibrary
We will be giving home school tips every Sunday at 4 p.m. on Facebook and Twitter (just as a post). We will also have our reader advisory team posting three to five book suggestions each week on Fridays at 10 a.m. (just a post).
Support Local Business
Support Local is an initiative that lets you show your support for your local businesses during this challenging time. The platform is built by Gannett, a news media company that includes USA TODAY and hundreds of local media brands. Our news brands have always had a special relationship with their local businesses and are dedicated to supporting them. We hope that our efforts will allow them to continue to serve their communities in the future.