Come and join the Center for Respite Care for an evening celebrating the transforming work of this year’s honorees. Their work truly is a positive force in our community. Hear how your support has helped transform the lives of the Center’s clients this past year and our goals for the year ahead. You make the mission happen!
6 p.m. Reception and Cash Bar 6:45 p.m. Dinner and Program
Individual Tickets $75 Table sponsorship (seating 10) $750
Reservations required ~ Business Attire~
Entertainment is provided by Students from the School for the Creative & Performing Arts.
The Event Emcee is News Anchor Meghan Mongillo. Meghan’s services are generously provided by Center for Respite Care’s long time media partner, WKRC Local 12.
We’ll be joined by special guest FC Cincinnati Goaltender Coach Jack Stern. Jack is Center for Respite Care’s 2020 Annual Appeal Honorary Chair.
1624 Herald Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45207
Xaiver University's Cintas Center
Mr. Roger Grein
Mr. Roger Grein is successful businessman, internationally recognized softball coach, one of Cincinnati’s great philanthropy ambassadors, and founder of Magnified Giving, whose mission is to educate, inspire and engage students in philanthropy, and to touch the hearts and minds of teens, lighten the concerns of others, and magnify the impact of philanthropy. An entrepreneur since age seven, Roger made his first, significant philanthropic contribution as a young teenager and has been freely giving of his time, talent and treasure for the past sixty years.
Sr. Bonnie Steinlage, SFP
Sr. Bonnie Steinlage, SFP is a Franciscan Sister of the Poor. She has ministered as a nurse and hospital chaplain. One Ash Wednesday, words from the gospel moved her deeply. “When you pray, wash your face and comb your hair…” She felt called to provide those services for those who have no access to them. She enrolled in cosmetology school and founded Franciscan Hair-cuts from the Heart. In the past 25 years she has enabled over 50,000 poor and people experiencing homelessness to look good and feel good about themselves again – one person at a time.
The Freestore Foodbank is the largest emergency food and services provider to chil-dren and families in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana. The organization distributes 24 million meals annually to low-income individuals and families. By providing emergency food distribution, the Freestore responds to the issue of poverty and food insecurity in our community and provides an array of services (emergency clothing, housing services, SNAP assistance, Medicaid outreach and others) aimed at creating self-reliance.
Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church is a vibrant faith community organized in 1879. (from a recent Facebook post) “The people of Hyde Park Community first made their commitment public in 1927 that this faith community is open to ALL. This was a radical statement at the time, and 92 years later, it is a radical statement in the United Methodist Church. We continue to be committed to following Jesus by welcoming and including ALL at Hyde Park Community.” Hyde Park Community UMC has been a long-time supporter of the Center’s mission both financially and through various volunteer efforts on a monthly basis. The congregation is the Center’s Volunteer of the Year.