______________________________________________ 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.
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
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
Dawn and Sean Ringer are making plans that are no longer dreams! Their new WIN home is making their dream a reality as they give the renovated house on Elmore St. their own personality. “When WIN helped us into our home, I could finally say, ‘Let the decorating begin,’” says Dawn. The Ringers’ new home