“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

Winston Churchill


Melodic Connections provides music therapy services to individuals in Greater Cincinnati through five programs, fulfilling their mission of empowering special learners through low or no cost music therapy-based instruction.

This 501 c3 nonprofit was founded in 2008 by music therapist and special educator, Betsey Zenk Nuseibeh. After helping a student with autism who has perfect pitch and beautiful musical expression unlock his talent at the piano, Zenk Nuseibeh recognized the need for a studio to support musicians with a love for music who require alternative teaching methods and an understanding instructor trained to address individual special learning needs.

Melodic Connections strives to provide services that are led by board certified music therapists and works with nearly 500 individuals with developmental disabilities.

Find out more about Melodic Connections.

The Dragonfly Foundation brings comfort and joy to kids and young adults who are battling cancer and bone marrow transplants.

The Dragonfly Foundation provides distractions from the emotional, physical, and financial toll of cancer and bone marrow transplants, as well as the post-traumatic stress associated with the diagnosis of a serious illness. They also work to establish connections and community at a time when patients, siblings, and caregivers feel the most alone and isolated.

This 501 c3 non-profit was founded by Christine Neitzke and Ria Davidson in 2010.

Learn more about The Dragonfly Foundation.


The Warren County Foundation was established in 1997 as a non-profit community Foundation. Their purpose is to support and strengthen the Warren County community by serving as a charitable giving resource for individuals, non- profit organizations and businesses.

The goal of the Warren County Foundation is to assist people and organizations in meeting their goals. They offer a variety of charitable giving and fund management options – including the management of funds for non-profit organizations.

Learn more about the Warren County Foundation.

Mary Jo Cropper Family Center for Breast Care

The Mary Joe Cropper Family Center for Breast Care is one of the tri-state’s leading breast care facilities.

The center is the only local breast center accredited by the prestigious National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC).

Patients have access to on-site radiologists and surgeons. They also offer Breast Health Navigators for patients to educate them and coordinate care.

Learn more about the Mary Jo Cropper Family Center for Breast Care.

The Arts Alliance wants to bring art exposure, art education, and cultural awareness to the Southwest Ohio region. The Arts Alliance is dedicated to enriching the community by welcoming local and regional visual and performing artists and supporting their efforts through collaboration and partnerships.

Founded in 2006, on the idea that the Warren County region was lacking an organized arts force, founder Meredith Raffel and a team of interested and dedicated individuals set out to establish the organization.

Learn more about The Arts Alliance.

The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati is the shelter that keeps families together… everyday… every season.

Their mission is to provide homeless families emergency shelter and hospitality through interfaith communities and works with these families to find and retain stable housing.

The Interfaith Hospitality Network provides many programs and services including an Emergency Shelter. They also provide the following programs to their guests:

  • Transportation
  • Child Enrichment
  • Permanent Supportive Housing

Learn more about the Interfaith Hospitality Network.