Volunteer Spotlight: Sister Annette Muckerheide

As a member of one of WIN’s first Boards, Sister Annette Muckerheide developed a deep appreciation for WIN’s mission and  was committed to returning as a volunteer upon retirement. She now tirelessly volunteers at Working In Neighborhoods, working on WIN's Quarterly Newsletter, in addition to helping neighborhood children in the afterschool tutoring program among other tasks. Annette Muckerheide, SC, is a graduate of the College

WIN Celebrates 35 Years and 35 Partners

"Thirty-five years ago, S. Judy Martinez and S. Barbara Busch acted on the signs of the time by engaging the South Cumminsville people to not be silent and to speak, and to not be invisible, but be visible. Through that engagement, lives have been transformed and so has a neighborhood.”Sally Duffy, SC, President and Executive Director, SC

Increasing Numbers of People Save Their Dream with WIN

WIN’s Home Preservation Team has been busy! Since July there has been a 200% increase in requests for assistance from foreclosure-threatened clients who need to apply for relief through the Ohio Housing Finance Agency’s (OHFA) Save the Dream Ohio (SDO) program. Client outreach sessions in cooperation with GMAC/Ocwen Bank representatives as well as group intake

Happy New Year! Read WIN's Winter Newsletter

 More Homeowners Save Their Dream with WIN WIN's Home Preservation Team has been busy! Since July of 2013, there has been a 200% increase in requests for assistance from foreclosure-threatened clients...Read More. WIN Celebrates 35 Years and 35 Partners Friends, supporters, partners and vendors gathered in a festive atmosphere at Paul Brown Stadium to celebrate 35 years

Cincy Charity Golf Ball Drop, Thursday, April 17th, 2014

  The Cincy Charity Golf Ball Drop will take place on Thursday, April 17, 2014 at the Marge Schott Baseball Stadium on the University of Cincinnati Campus. By purchasing a golfball for $5, you could win $10,000 and help WIN promote homeownership in greater Cincinnati. Let’s reach our goal of raising $6,000 for WIN! Read

WIN's Cedar Avenue Project in College Hill: Video

______________________________________________ Working In Neighborhoods' ongoing work along Cedar Avenue in the Cincinnati neighborhood of College Hill is a great example of how all of the different aspects of our work--community organizing, financial literacy, housing development, and home ownership--come together to strengthen communities and families.

We Wish You a Merry Christmas …

On behalf of WIN's Board of Directors, Staff, and the communities we serve, please accept our thanks for your continued support and appreciation of Working In Neighborhoods; it is strong encouragement for the work we do each day! The gift of giving fulfills us with purpose beyond our own personal achievements. It is like a

Winter Newsletter

WIN Celebrates 35 Years and 35 Partners Friends, Supporters, Partners and Vendors gathered in a festive atmosphere at Paul Brown Stadium on November 12 to celebrate those 35 years and move WIN into the next 35 years of fulfilling its mission to empower people through community building, home ownership and economic learning...read more. On Your

Volunteer Spotlight: The Anniversary House

For at least 10 years, the men of Little Flower's Old Timers softball team have been volunteering with Working in Neighborhoods. These guys have done everything from pouring concrete and demolition to painting and building fences, porches, and decks--usually during four to six-hour "barn-raising blitzes." This year, the Old Timers are working to complete a whole-house rehab project within

Read our Fall 2013 Newsletter

 WIN Collaborates with Ocwen Financial Corporation In July, in response to invitations from both Ocwen Bank and WIN, ten homeowners met with representatives of both organizations at the WIN Economic Learning Center...read more. Summer Youth Program Continues to Grow A record number of youth (50) ages 5-12 participated in WIN’s Summer Camp from June 10

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