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Giving Others a Voice

Giving Others a Voice

In her short life, Dr. Erin Talbot McNeill accomplished much for women. As a doctor in reproductive endocrinology, she developed programming, policy and research for women’s health rights around the world.

Proud of His Hometown

“Rather than have a big tombstone and all, I thought it would be better to have a scholarship fund” said Colonel Cecil Himes of Rocky Ridge, Alabama.
Full Circle

Full Circle

Bill Powell remembers his mother talking about visits to the Fresh Air Farm. Little did he know that the Farm’s endowment was used to open GCF’s first fund and that he himself would one day open a fund at GCF.
A Family of Givers

A Family of Givers

Rich Boehne described it as “voluntary redistribution.” He and his wife, Lisa, find it natural to share what they have with their community.” Both of us are from blue-collar families, we’re first-generation college-educated,” he said.
Changing Lives with Art

Changing Lives with Art

During his first week at Cincinnati Arts and Technology Center (CATC), Brandon Briggs stood up at a college fair and asked a tough question. “Can I get into college even though I have a felony on my record?” Brandon is 17 years old and began taking classes at CATC last fall after he was released from juvenile prison.
'I love dirt'

'I love dirt'

Mud, shovels and worms. It’s all part of an afternoon with Riverview East Academy’s Garden Club. The Garden Club, 20 children in grades K-4, tackles the great outdoors with shovels, seeds and a lot of enthusiasm every other week.
Opening Doors

Opening Doors

Dan and Susan Pfau joke that the front doors of their house, bought in St. Louis, were the only sticking point in their marriage.
Changing the Face of GCF

Changing the Face of GCF

Dr. Myrtis Powell is a presence. She’s not shy about sharing her opinions and is quick to laugh and flash her fantastic smile. Her background is impressive — she is the former Vice President of Student Affairs at Miami University, recently retired as the President of Cincinnati Youth Collaborative and was honored by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber as a Great Living Cincinnatian of 2005.
More than Bedtime Stories

More than Bedtime Stories

Librarian Garrette Smith stood in front of a group of homeless women, many illiterate, to discuss reading with their children. Worried that they would see her as a professional woman talking “at” them not “with” them, she found common ground – motherhood.
A Symbol of Friendship

A Symbol of Friendship

“Never throw out the beet juice.” This homespun wisdom offered by Lawrence Dollman to his neighbors symbolizes his simple lifestyle and the friendships he forged late in life.
Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks

The day before Thanksgiving Al and Pat Harmann embarked on a family tradition. They gave their three adult children and their spouses a gift.
Big in Children's Lives

Big in Children's Lives

Serving a role in his family's foundation was a natural progression for Andrew MccAoidh Jergens. His late father, Andrew Nicholes Jergens, established The Andrew Jergens Foundation in 1962 and he become involved soon after.
Dorothy - We hardly knew you

Dorothy - We hardly knew you

People on her street remembered Dorothy G. Klasen as a kind and generous neighbor who mowed her own lawn and raked her own leaves until she was no longer able. Her kindness was returned by other neighbors who helped her stay in her own home until just a few weeks before she died.
Lifted by Our Community

Lifted by Our Community

The seeds of Iva Brown and Bertha Lacey Jones' friendship were planted in 1960. Bertha was a young newlywed, new to Cincinnati; Iva a college student at the University of Cincinnati. They met through the Sigma Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha {AKA) Sorority.
Her Bills Exceeded Her Pay

Her Bills Exceeded Her Pay

As a nurse, Mary Ann worked 40 hours a week and overtime whenever she could. She always paid her bills on time and helped to take care of her extended family. Then she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
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