Our Partners

Partners

All funds raised through Walk to End Alzheimer’s further the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.

Join us for the Greater Cincinnati Chapter’s premier spring benefit inspired by the Chapter’s award-winning Memories in the Making® art program.

The National MS Society helps each person affected by MS in our area address the challenges of living with MS.

Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. It’s why Walk MS matters so much. And it’s why you matter so much.

Learn more about our online Active Daily Living and view our calendar to find caregiver workshops, free health education and fitness classes near you.

Awards

The Torch Award recognizes those businesses that have made a commitment to and exemplify ethics and integrity in the marketplace. The Torch Awards have been presented annually at the national and international level since 1996. In 2001, the Cincinnati Better Business Bureau instituted the Torch Award program at our local level to recognize businesses in its 20-county service area.

Since then, more than 950 businesses have been nominated and over 100 nonprofit organizations have been invited to apply for the Torch. Large and small, public and private, these organizations demonstrate what is good about businesses, and our business leaders, in our community.

Businesses are nominated from the community and nonprofit organizations that have met all the Standards for Charitable Accountability are invited to apply. Judging is done by an independent, blue-ribbon panel of community leaders and professionals.

Through our focus, hard work and compassion, Home Care Pulse will enable thousands of home care providers to raise the level of in-home care they provide. In turn, we will positively impact the lives of millions of people needing care throughout North America. Realizing this vision is only possible through The Client Experience.

The Torch Award recognizes those businesses that have made a commitment to and exemplify ethics and integrity in the marketplace. The Torch Awards have been presented annually at the national and international level since 1996. In 2001, the Cincinnati Better Business Bureau instituted the Torch Award program at our local level to recognize businesses in its 20-county service area.

Since then, more than 950 businesses have been nominated and over 100 nonprofit organizations have been invited to apply for the Torch. Large and small, public and private, these organizations demonstrate what is good about businesses, and our business leaders, in our community.

Businesses are nominated from the community and nonprofit organizations that have met all the Standards for Charitable Accountability are invited to apply. Judging is done by an independent, blue-ribbon panel of community leaders and professionals.