We are a consortium of committed Cincinnati residents, who feel that forgotten pedestrian spaces can become some of the city's best assets. The group initiates community-oriented projects in Cincinnati's alleyways and city steps, as well as its most neglected sidewalks.
To recreate clean and useable spaces exercises our pride in the community.
I would like to receive emails from your group and would like to get involved.
Just saw an article about the steps of Cincinnati.I have been leading hikes on these steps with the Tri State Hiking Club for the last 4 yrs. Done most of them. Be happy to give you any advice.
I actually had a very similar idea a while back for restoring the Ohio AVE steps. This should be an essential corridor for UC students, connecting them with Downtown. Removing invasive honeysuckle would go a long towards making this happen. I would like to get involved with your organization.
Would love to become involved in your campaign for the next school year! I’m an advisor for the South Lebanon Elementary E-Club! Please feel free to contact me at any time!
P.S. Congratulations on your award from the Coalition this past Earth Day weekend! Inspiring!
Please send me a mailing address, it is hard to make a donation w/o it!
Mr. Jeckering! Hello!
Thank you so much for your interest in supporting our efforts. My sincerest apologies in not getting back to you via various media. Our mailing address 15 W Hollister St #1, Cincinnati OH 45219. This message will self destruct!
My name is Mike Price. We had you as a class project for a public administration class. I’m start a nonprofit and I was wondering who filed your form 1023 for 501c3 status. Hope to talk soon.
We actually got the help of Elizabeth “Peggy” Waite” from the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation. Depending upon your amount of funds raised per year, you could file the 1023-EZ after you apply for Articles of Incorporation with the State.
If you don’t mind, I will reach out to her and say you refer me to her.
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