Our Sponsors and Affiliates
We would like to thank all of our sponsors and affiliates! Without you we would have not been able to have so many successful events!
For more information about each of our sponsors and affiliates, click the respective links below!
Qute Cosmetics is a fashionable way to raise awareness, fund research and give back to families affected by Cerebral Palsy.
The United Way of Greater Cincinnati
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center will be the leader in improving child health.
To create a space that is truly all inclusive and accessible for children, teens and young adults of all abilities. InClusion ClubHouse will help create a more inclusive community.
May We Help
Our volunteers design and create unique custom solutions for individuals with special needs to engage in and pursue their passions.
Our mission is to provide high quality home health care services to individuals and their families. Our staff is committed to treating each client with compassion, dignity and respect.
Our Children's Story
Taste To The Good Life Bartending
We will inspire, uplift, encourage and educate families who support loved ones with disabilities. We want to make sure that families have access to resources and opportunities to regain hope within trying situations.
We are a private bartending company that takes ordinary ingredients and turn them into unique and flavorful cocktails.
We recruit, connect, and support attorney volunteers to donate their time and expertise on behalf of our nonprofit clients, amplifying their ability to make a positive impact on our community. Our nonprofit clients then have access to high-quality legal services and can focus their limited resources on their missions.
Developmental Disabilities Services
For more than 50 years, Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services has provided educational, vocational, and residential support and services to thousands of individuals with developmental disabilities (DD). Our agency traces its roots back to 1947, when parents who were concerned about the lack of support for their children with DD created a formal organization to provide services and educational programs.