This Week on Cincy Chic: Cincinnati’s Volunteers

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Recognizing the impact of donated time

It’s Thanksgiving time, but we thought we’d switch it up a bit and give thanks to time givers. So this issue, we show how much of an impact that time can have on the city. Read on to find out how volunteers make three local organizations thrive.

Take Charge Seminars
These seminars educate and inspire people to fill their lives with passion, purpose and prosperity. Keep reading to find out how they do it.

Calling Nominees: 2010 Woman of the Year Awards
It’s time to recognize Cincinnati’s wonderful women. Find out how you can nominate the women who inspire you and help Cincy Chic award them the credit they deserve.

Shop to Give
Make your next shopping spree a chance for you to donate to your favorite philanthropy. Learn how one new program makes that magic happen.

Beauty Triumphs Cancer
One free program helps cancer survivors fight more than just the disease. Learn how it helps them overcome the changes in their hair and skin.

Teamed up for Technology
One local principal’s quest for a computer lab turned into the launch of a non-profit organization. Find out how that volunteer-based organization makes an impact on Cincinnati.

Dress for Success on the Move
After outfitting women with workplace attire for 11 years, Dress for Success is taking the show on the road. Read on to learn how one sizable grant can help bring the benefits to a place near you.

Healthy Helping Hands
Whether playing with kids, sewing or keeping up a greenhouse, volunteers at one local hospital stick to strict standards. Learn how these requirements make for a more enjoyable hospital stay.

Chic Spotlight: Traveling Volunteer Linda Averbeck
One local woman goes halfway around the world to lend a helping hand. Learn more about her volunteering journey in our exclusive one-on-one interview.

Vine + Table: Feeding the Masses
Food is one of the greatest life-giving gifts you can give, so our brand new food and wine columnist shares a true story about local volunteers who change the world, one meal at a time.

Orange on Green: The Next Generation of Givers
Volunteering your time can be even more important than donating money. Our financial columnist shares three opportunities for children to learn the art of giving back.

Upcoming Cincy Chic Events:
Dec. 4 – Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis
Dec. 4 – Stress-Free Holiday Series
Dec. 7 – Dressed to Invest: Styling Your Financial Future
Dec. 14 – Business at Breakfast: The Five Most Frightening Words
Dec. 14 – eWomenNetwork “Accelerated Networking” Event
Jan. 14 – Save the Date New Year, New You

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