• Social Justice
  • A Healthy Environment
  • Economic Equity

About Community Shares

Community Shares’ Spring Appeal Coming to a Close…

The Community Shares family wants to thank Judge Tyrone Yates for serving as our Spring Appeal Chair, and to the many of you who have already made a contribution. Community Shares relies on everyday people like you making an investment, so we can continue our work to support organizations working for justice and equality right here in Cincinnati. 
 
Please help Community Shares reach our goal of $30,000? On June 30th we will close out our Spring Appeal, yet we are about $11,000 short of our goal. Please make an investment in our work today and  Thank you.

Click on our logo to make a donation today:

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COMMUNITY SHARES EXTENDS A SINCERE THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO MAKE CONTRIBUTIONS TO SUPPORT OUR ON-GOING OPERATIONS!

 

Tyrone Yates

“Community Shares helps fund causes that address inequality and inadequate access in its many forms – from housing, to drug treatment, to legal assistance – helping set conditions where everyone, regardless of their circumstances, can reach their full potential. I am honored to lend my voice and encourage everyone to support the critical work of Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati.”

-Judge Tyrone Yates, Spring Appeal Chair

 

 

Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati is a partnership of 23 local nonprofit organizations building social and economic equity and a healthy environment in Greater Cincinnati. As a 501 (c) (3) we raise awareness and support for our member organizations through workplace giving campaigns, professional enrichment, community education, and a variety of innovative initiatives.

Our member organizations identify and address the root causes of issues affecting our community. They empower those in need through programs that enhance self-reliance, develop affordable housing, protect the environment, build inclusive communities and promote civic involvement and reform.

 

Member Orgs graphic 2016


 

 

 


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