Spring in Our Steps

Enhancing community connections in Cincinnati, by reclaiming alleys, sidewalks, and steps for the pedestrian.

Spring in Our Steps is now a 501(c)3 organization!

Hello supporters! We are happy to report that Spring in Our Steps is now a registered 501(c)3 organization, dated June 08 2015, effective February 02 2015!

It has been a long time coming, and this transition will present plenty of new and exciting opportunities, particularly in the form of taking larger, tax deductible donations and executing more ambitious, well-supported projects.

So, this is where you can help. You read correctly – your contributions to Spring in Our Steps are now tax deductible. So, we strongly encourage you to head over to our GoFundMe page to donate today. Your cash gesture will help us to execute many of the projects we’ve had in the pipeline for a while, including film screenings, walking tours, alley & stairway projects, art installations, and pop-up gatherings in our wonderful spaces.

Also of note: any contributions made since February 2015 are also tax deductible. So, if you donated money on our GoFundMe page since that time, we will send you the information necessary to fill with your donations accounted.

Lastly, Spring in Our Steps most recently were given new office & storage space at 1550 Central Avenue, courtesy of Tri-State Wholesale Building Supplies! In exchange for the space, we will be weeding and removing rubbish from the block bound by Central Parkway, West Liberty Street, Central Avenue, and Wade Street. We will also tame the weeds abutting their lots on Providence Street, a vehicular alley of particular promise.

Thank you for your wonderful support! We’re growing!

To donate:


By mail–
E-mail us at springinoursteps AT gmail DOT com for address information
Make checks payable to “Spring in Our Steps”.

About C. Huelsman

"Stuck in the middle of this, don't know if I'm gonna make it" summarizes my internal composition at most points along my personal timeline. Sometimes, more than a little skin must be shed, in order to ensure resilience toward life's perils and mediocrity. This is where things get good.

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This entry was posted on June 12, 2015 by in Alleys.
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