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Kickball game a fun way to combat childhood poverty crisis: Local 12 and WCPO
Kickball tournament benefits children living in poverty
Who said kickball was child’s play?
Participants of Sunday’s Kickin’ for a Cause kickball tournament were playing for local children. They were raising money to fight childhood poverty in Cincinnati. More >
CINCINNATI — Marie Krulewitch-Browne is dedicated to making a difference in her community because she believes change happens when people act locally.
The 27-year-old, who works for the nonprofit organization Artworks, which employs and trains local talent, says that’s why she is involved with the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. She wants to raise awareness of causes that affect our neighborhoods. More >