Beekman Community Market Hosts Entrepreneurship Enrichment Workshop

On April 4th, the Beekman Community Market hosted an Entrepreneurship Enrichment Workshop with Greater Cincinnati Microenterprise Initiative (GCMI) in Working In Neighborhoods (WIN) Community Room. Representatives from GCMI taught a group of 10 about the entrepreneurial mindset, problem solving, and marketing a business. In 1998, Community Action Agency and United Way collaborated to create GCMI

Looking Back on 2023

Thanks to your support, a lot was accomplished in 2023. We completed construction on and sold our 20th home in College Hill to a first-time homebuyer. New housing development opportunities are in the works, including a new rehab in South Cumminsville and WIN’s Near Net Zero Urban Village. Volunteers have been hard at work preparing

WIN’s Grassroots Approach Leads To Volunteer’s Long-Term Commitment

“I just show up, that’s half the job,” said long-time Working In Neighborhoods board leader Ellen Frankenberg, Ph.D.  In reality, Frankenberg does far more than show up. A tireless connector, Frankenberg,  a retired family psychologist, has held numerous leadership roles in her more than 40-year volunteer career, serving as board chair, vice chair, and chairing

WIN Buys Foreclosed Home

The 5-room house built in 1922 is lit only by an overcast sky.  Volunteers have emptied it of debris, except for 3 bags of concrete, a tripod, and a rake. The wall-to-wall carpeting has been removed, exposing its original solid wood floors. This marks the start of WIN’s next home rehab project that’s designed

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