B-Cause Charity Events

B-105 supports the community B-Cause we care! Check out these great events and organizations, get involved and help where you can! Together, we can make a difference. Want to add your event or organization listing? Click here!
Fri
May
24
06:00 pm

Erlanger Lions festival

5/24 thru 5/26
Festival helps benefit the club to raise money for eye screenings and glasses for those in our community needing assistance. Additionally it helps us fund scholarships we provide to seniors from Lloyd Memorial HS and Saint Henry's HS.
Festival runs friday, Saturday and Sunday of memorial day weekend.
Sat
Jun
01
08:30 am

HOMETOWN HEROES WALK FOR FOOD ALLERGY

LEIF ERICKSON PARK/LAKEWALK
2nd Annual Hometown Heroes Walk for Food Allergies.
The walk will be held June 1 at Leif Erickson park in Duluth with a walk in the Lakewalk. Registration is free. There will be Food Allergy Education, presence by local first responders, family activities, a silent auction to raise funds for Food Allergy Research and Education, and lots of fun! We had 100 participants for our kick-off event last year, and would love to see that number GROW!

CHECK OUT THE EVENT WEBSITE AT - fare.foodallergy.org/duluth
Sat
Jun
08
Registration at 7am; walk at 8am

20th Annual Kings Island Walk to Cure Diabetes

Kings Island
The JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes is a fun, happy, healthy, and effective way to show your support for all those living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) and to raise funds for JDRF—the leading global organization focused on T1D research.

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which a person’s pancreas loses the ability to produce insulin—a hormone essential to turning food into energy. More than 15,000 children and 15,000 adults in the United States receive a diagnosis each year. That’s why JDRF holds more than 200 Walks nationally every year that connect walkers to an extensive community of families, volunteers, and donors who are committed to fighting this serious disease.

The JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes has raised $1 billion to date. Your generosity helps us continue to accelerate progress in T1D research and keep people with T1D healthy while we work towards a cure.

Thank you for your support of the JDRF Walk!

Click here for more information and to sign up!
Sat
Jun
08
05:00 pm

A Fundraiser in memory of Quintin Thomas

Southern Campbell Fire District
The location of the fundraiser will be at 1050 Racetrack Rd. alexandria, KY 41001. At the fundraiser there will be a Raffle, Bake Sale, games/ activites for all to enjoy. Spaghetti dinner will also be served between 5:30pm- 7:30pm. Please come to support a great cause and have a good time.
Thu
Jun
13
07:00 pm

TriState Noah Project Quarter Auction

Florence Lions Club, 29 LaCresta, Florence, KY
Quarter and Silent auction benefiting TriState Noah Project. We are the area's only Humane Education and animal welfare organization. We provide area school children with our Humane Education course. We care for, shelter and feed over 250 community cats in Northern Kentucky and provide medical assistance to pets throughout Greater Cincinnati who find themselves in dire circumstances. This fall we hope to break ground on our first of its kind, no kill / free roam animal sanctuary located in Sparta, KY. We will provide sanctuary to all animals, domestic, livestock, and wildlife. We will have amazing auction items during the quarter auction, while having some spectacular silent auction options throughout the night. Come out and support our mission!
Sat
Jun
22
06:00 pm

ms musicfest

American Legion Post 322 West Alexandria, OH 45381
There will be 4 bands, food, and raffle items. Fun for all ages, all proceeds will go to the M.S. Society.
Fri
Jun
28
07:00 pm

Marjorie Book Continuing Education presents 'Major Braggart'

Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly
Featuring a cast of actors with and without disabilities, Marjorie Book Continuing Education (MBCE) presents 'Major Braggart,' a play written by the Roman playwright, Plautus. We'll be performing for the public on June 28th at 7pm, June 29th at 7pm, and June 30th at 3pm, at Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly, located in Mt. Airy (5530 Colerain Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45239).

Admission is $10, or pay what you can. All performances will be audio described for the visually impaired. Sign language interpreters from Cincinnati State will be on hand for our June 30th matinee performance.

Founded in 1993, Marjorie Book Continuing Education is the second-longest running theater group involving people with intellectual disabilities, in the United States. Our casts are comprised of local actors and volunteers, both with and without disabilities.

For more information about MBCE and its programs, please contact Joe Link at (513) 328-6300 or email info@marjoriebook.org.
Sat
Jun
29
09:00 am

3rd Annual Cincinnati Promise Walk for Preeclampsia

Sawyer Point, P&G Pavilion
Save the date for the 3rd annual
Cincinnati, OH Promise Walk for Preeclampsia!

Date: June 29, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM Registration, program begins promptly at 10:00 AM
Location: Sawyer Point P&G Pavilion, downtown along the Ohio river (parking is $5 for all day, so plan to enjoy the other riverfront attractions)
Length: 4 hours

Registration is FREE! Please register your team using this site! This is our 3rd annual Cincinnati Promise Walk at a new location this year! We'd love for you to join us to raise awareness and increase research for Preeclampsia, Eclampsia, HELLP Syndrome and Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension!

Schedule of events:
9:00 am Registration Opens, time to visit vendors, kids craft table, face painter
10:00 am Opening statements
10:20am Memorial for those lost to preeclampsia
10:30 am Walk Begins
Silent auction ends at noon or 20 minutes after all walkers return.

NEW THIS YEAR: New location on the riverfront, face painting, Kona Ice truck, split the pot raffle

Contact: Lauren Doud, lauren.doud@preeclampsia.org, 859-803-7301
Sabrina Rosales, Sabrina.Rosales@preeclampsia.org
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/cincypw/
Twitter: @cincypw
Instagram: #cincypw

Text CINCYPW to 22828 to join our monthly email newsletter!

We are looking for local businesses and media outlets to sponsor our walk. If you, or anyone you know may be interested, please contact Lauren Doud.
Sat
Jun
29
07:00 pm

Marjorie Book Continuing Education presents 'Major Braggart'

Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly
Featuring a cast of actors with and without disabilities, Marjorie Book Continuing Education (MBCE) presents 'Major Braggart,' a play written by the Roman playwright, Plautus. We'll be performing for the public on June 28th at 7pm, June 29th at 7pm, and June 30th at 3pm, at Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly, located in Mt. Airy (5530 Colerain Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45239).

Admission is $10, or pay what you can. All performances will be audio described for the visually impaired. Sign language interpreters from Cincinnati State will be on hand for our June 30th matinee performance.

Founded in 1993, Marjorie Book Continuing Education is the second-longest running theater group involving people with intellectual disabilities, in the United States. Our casts are comprised of local actors and volunteers, both with and without disabilities.

For more information about MBCE and its programs, please contact Joe Link at (513) 328-6300 or email info@marjoriebook.org.
Sun
Jun
30
03:00 pm

Marjorie Book Continuing Education presents 'Major Braggart'

Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly
Featuring a cast of actors with and without disabilities, Marjorie Book Continuing Education (MBCE) presents 'Major Braggart,' a play written by the Roman playwright, Plautus. We'll be performing for the public on June 28th at 7pm, June 29th at 7pm, and June 30th at 3pm, at Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly, located in Mt. Airy (5530 Colerain Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45239).

Admission is $10, or pay what you can. All performances will be audio described for the visually impaired. Sign language interpreters from Cincinnati State will be on hand for our June 30th matinee performance.

Founded in 1993, Marjorie Book Continuing Education is the second-longest running theater group involving people with intellectual disabilities, in the United States. Our casts are comprised of local actors and volunteers, both with and without disabilities.

For more information about MBCE and its programs, please contact Joe Link at (513) 328-6300 or email info@marjoriebook.org.
Sat
Jul
20
09:00 am

Bikers Against Child Abuse 1st Annual Poker Run

Indian Motorcycle of Northern Kentucky
Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.) exists with the intent to create a safer environment for abused children. We exist as a body of Bikers to empower children to not feel afraid of the world in which they live. We work in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children. We stand at the ready to shield these children from further abuse.

On July 20, 2019 the Rolling Hills chapter of Bikers Against Child Abuse, located in Northern Kentucky, is holding their 1st Annual Poker Run Awareness Ride.

The poker run will be leaving from Indian Motorcycle of Northern Kentucky (10855 Dixie Highway, Walton, Kentucky 41094). Registration is at 9am & kickstands up at 11am. The cost per bike is $15 one-up or $20 two-up, with a second poker hand for $5.

The ride is all back roads, with 3 stops before ending at Smokin' This and That BBQ (10020 Demia Way, Florence, Kentucky 41042). Everyone will draw a card for their poker hand at Indian Motorcycle of Northern Kentucky, each of the 3 stops, and then again at Smokin' This and That BBQ for a total of 5 cards. The best hand wins!

Anyone is welcome to join us at Smokin This and That BBQ after the ride (around 4 PM) for the after party. There will be raffles, silent auction, 50-50 split the pot, and door prizes!

We look forward to everyone coming out and helping support Bikers Against Child Abuse and the children we empower.

If you want to learn more about B.A.C.A. and what we do:
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1953946824727625

http://kentucky.bacaworld.org/chapter/rolling-hills-chapter/

If there are any questions about the event please contact Topper at: Topper@rh-ky.bacaworld.org
Fri
Jul
26
06:00 pm

St. Bartholomew Parish Festival

St. Bartholomew Church. 9375 Winton Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45231
St. Bartholomew Parish Family Festival!!!
Friday, July 26th 6pm - Midnight
Saturday, July 27th 5pm - Midnight
Sunday, July 28th 4pm- 9pm
A DIFFERENT BAND EACH NIGHT! GAMES AND RIDES!!!
MAJOR RAFFLE PRIZE DRAWN EACH NIGHT. FRIDAY $1000, SATURDAY $2000, SUNDAY $3000!!!
SUNDAY CAR SHOW 4pm - 7pm
SUNDAY BAKED BBQ CHICKEN AND RIBS DINNER 3pm - 7pm
9375 Winton Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45231
Sat
Aug
03
11:00 am

Chris Hockney Memorial Golf Outing

Avon Fields Golf Course
Join us for the Eighth Annual Chris Hockney Memorial Golf Outing at Avon Fields Golf Course on Saturday, August 3, 2019. All proceeds go to fund the Chris Hockney Scholarship Fund. A scholarship is awarded in Chris' name to the top senior male or female athlete in the golf program at Sycamore High School.

The cost is $60 per person and includes 18 Hole Greens Fee, Cart, 2 Drink Tickets,
Door Prizes, Longest Drive, Closest to Pin Contest. The format is a four-person scramble.

Please e-mail pnsracer@gmail.com or suzyberning11@gmail.com for more information and how to register prior to the day of the event.
Sun
Aug
18

Grippo's Veteran First Pitch Contest

In memory of a Grippo family member who served in the Vietnam War, nominate your favorite veteran (or yourself!) to throw out the 1st pitch for Cincinnati's hometown team! This special event will take place on Sunday, August 18th at 1:10pm. All veterans, whether they served during war or peacetime are eligible.
In 100 words or less, tell us why your favorite veteran (or yourself!) should receive this once in a lifetime opportunity. The recipient and a guest will also have the option to join members of the Grippo family in a suite to watch the game plus 4 tickets and a parking pass. Please email your entries by June 30th at 11:59pm to info@grippos.com
Wed
Sep
25

Clermont to the Rescue Humane Society Silent Auction Event

RSVP Event Center, 453 Wards Corner Road, Loveland, Ohio 45140
Silent Auction Event will be held on Friday, September 25, 2015 at RSVP Event Center, 453 Wards Corner Road, Loveland, Ohio 45140. As you know, financial support is extremely important to Clermont to the Rescue Humane Society (CTTRHS). We are an organization working to raise funds to help feed, care for and provide veterinary services for animals that come through the Humane Society, due to animal cruelty, neglect, homelessness or owner surrender.

Would you be willing to donate a gift certificate, services or merchandise from your business?

It is a win/win situation when we benefit from your donation and you receive the goodwill which comes as a result of your generosity. Your generous donation will be publicly acknowledged at our event through promotional announcements, social media and fliers.

All donations can be mailed to Donna Hall, 101 Forest Meadow Drive, Batavia, Ohio 45103 or call to arrange for pick-up. All item(s) must be received by Friday, September 12, 2015 to be included in the handout. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact myself at (513) 404-8890. The Clermont to the Rescue Humane Society is a non-profit organization (501c3) and your donation is tax-deductible. Tax ID 46-3055119.
Mon
Sep
30
11A-3PM

All Veterans Career Fair at the Great American Ball Park

Great American Ball Park
DAV and RecruitMilitary will produce an All Veterans Career Fair at the Great American Ball Park on September 29, 2016 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.

A free hiring event for veterans, military spouses, guardsmen,and reservists

DAV and RecruitMilitary share a common mission: to connect America's veterans and their family members with meaningful and fulfilling employment opportunities, and to help employers attract, appreciate and retain veterans, spouses, and their survivors. Through career fairs, outreach and resources, this partnership fights to ensure veterans receive the benefits they've earned and are empowered to lead productive, dignified and high-quality lives that their service has made possible.
Sat
Oct
05
2pm - 11pm

Epic DMD Family Festival

Willie's in Western Hills
Rock on the Parking Lot

Classic Car Cruise In for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Saturday, October 3; 2pm - 11pm

Willie's in Western Hills (6380 Glenway Ave.)

 
Fri
Oct
11
10/11: 9a-8p & 10/12: 9a-6p

Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach at Ohio Sauerkraut Festival in Waynesville

Waynesville American Legion
See the Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach at the Ohio Saurkraut Festival in Waynesville on October 11 and 12.  They will be set up at the Waynesville American Legion.

For more on Warren County Veterans' Services, click here.

 

 
Fri
Oct
11
6:30 pm

Melodic Connections’ “Greenhouse Rock!”

Krohn Conservatory in Eden Park
Melodic Connections will hold its sixth anniversary celebration of music on Saturday, October 11, 2014, at Krohn Conservatory in Eden Park.  Melodic Connections is a local non-profit organization that empowers individuals with special needs through musical expression and performance.  Funds raised at “Greenhouse Rock!” presented by Contemporary Cabinetry will be used to provide schools, individuals and families with high quality no- to low-cost music instruction and performance opportunities.

The event will feature local musicians Jody Stapleton, Baoku Moses and the Image Afro-beat Band, The Bob Ross Trio and Laura Hazelbaker and the BuckeyeRoos.  The evening will also feature a performance by Melodic Connections’ own house band.  “Greenhouse Rock!” presented by Contemporary  Cabinetry is joined this year by master of ceremonies Chelsie, on-air personality at B-105 and co-host of the Big Dave Morning Show.

“We are incredibly excited about this year’s lineup and especially grateful to B-105’s Chelsie for lending us her talents and well-known commitment to community service,”  said Betsey Zenk Nuseibeh, executive director of Melodic Connections. “Our performers have been working and rehearsing all year and this is the night they really shine. Everyone who participates in this event enriches the lives of Cincinnati special learners and enhances our already strong artistic community.”

Doors open at 6:30 pm.  Tickets to the event can be purchased by Friday, October 3 for $75 at http://melodicconnections.org/greenhouse-rock/.

This year’s presenting sponsor is Contemporary Cabinetry East.  Other event sponsors include: Custom Engineered Power Solutions, American Service Mortgage Company, Pendragon Homes, Zerbe, Garner, Blondell, Weldon, LLP, United Community Bank, Integrity Accounting Solutions, Inc., Midwest Data, Inc., Annelise Roland Creative Communication Design, The Kroger Co. Foundation, Dearborn Title Insurance, Inc., Buddy Roger’s Music and Ryan Kurtz Photographer.

Founded in 2008, Melodic Connections is a therapeutic music–based nonprofit providing low- or no-cost adapted group music lessons in voice, keyboard, guitar and drums. Classes are taught by board-certified music therapists and are available to students ages 7 and up. All students are welcome but we cater to the special learner. Students from Melodic Connections perform an average of three times a month at a variety of establishments in the Greater Cincinnati area. Our performances have included the Southgate House, Greendale Vineyard Church, the 2012 World Choir Games, “Autism Speaks!” walk at Coney Island Amusement Park, the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati’s Buddy Walk at Sawyer Point, and The Blue Wisp Jazz Club.
Fri
Oct
18
6:00 PM until Saturday, October 18 at 6:00 AM

Relay For Life of NKU

Northern Kentucky University
The Relay For Life of NKU on Friday, October 17 at 6:00 pm until Saturday, October 18 at 6:00 am is an incredible and inspiring opportunity to unite as a community to honor cancer survivors, raise awareness about what we can do to reduce our cancer risk, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society fight the disease. Click here for more details about our event!
Sat
Oct
19
11am - 3pm

Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach

Kroger on Kings Mill Rd.
See the Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach at Kroger on Kings Mill Rd. on Sunday, October 19 from 11am until 3pm.

For more on the Warren County Veterans' Services, click here.

 
Sat
Oct
19
1:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Benefit to Honor Brayden Thornbury

Valley Vineyards in Morrow
Event to be held at Valley Vineyards 2276 U.S. 22, Morrow OH 45152

Morrow, OH October 19, 2014:  Members of the Little Miami community have come together to honor the legacy of a young life ended too soon.  We will be holding a fundraiser with a motorcycle ride, live music. a dinner, games, auctions and much more on Sunday October 19, 2014 at Valley Vineyards in Morrow, Ohio. Monies raised from this fundraiser will go directly to the Brayden Thornbury Memorial Fund which was set up by the family at the PNC Bank in Maineville, Ohio. Brayden Thornbury, you will remember was the star running back/defensive back for the Little Miami High School football team and died as the result of injuries sustained in an auto accident which occurred on September 6, 2014.

 
Wed
Oct
23
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Military Veterans Resource Center To Host Veterans Career Workshop

MVRC's Hamilton office, located at 914 Ross Ave
 

Military Veterans Resource Center invites all job seeking veterans to attend a career workshop on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. The event will feature recruiters from employers who are hiring for multiple positions. The career workshop is free for participants and will take place at MVRC's Hamilton office, located at 914 Ross Ave. It will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with lunch included.

Veterans interested in attending the workshop must pre-register by contacting career specialist Dan Dunaway at 513-252-2395, or dan.dunaway@milvetsrc.org. The workshop is limited to 15 participants. Interested veterans should call today to be sure of a seat.

This interactive workshop is designed to improve veterans' job search skills and help them become more competitive candidates. MVRC career specialists will provide individual career assessments and will teach resume and cover letter writing. If veterans have a resume, they should bring it, as they will spend time revising their current resume or writing a new one. The career specialists will also conduct mock interview sessions and help the participants improve their interview skills.

Military Veterans Resource Center is a non-profit organization that provides personalized career services to veterans who served honorably. MVRC works with veterans one-on-one to identify the obstacles preventing them from gaining employment and helps them access the resources to overcome those obstacles. MVRC is based in Columbus, Ohio and operates six centers throughout the state of Ohio. For additional information, please visit www.milvetsrc.org.
Fri
Oct
25
9am - 3pm

Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach at Middletown VA Out-Patient Clinic

Middletown VA Out-Patient Clinic
See the Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach at the Middletown VA Out-Patient Clinic  at 4337 Union Rd. on Saturday, October 25 from 9am until 3pm.

Free flu shots will be provided for Veterans (with proof of service).

For more on the Warren County Veterans' Services, click here.
Wed
Nov
06
1pm - 4pm

Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach at Towne Mall in Middletown

Towne Mall in Middletown
See the Warren County Veterans' Services Outreach Coach during Ohio Means Jobs' Veterans Job Fair at Towne Mall in Middletown on Thursday, November 6 from 1pm until 4pm.

For more on Warren County Veterans' Services, click here.

 
Mon
Nov
11
8:30 am

Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach at Warren County Career Center

Warren County Career Center
See the Warren County Veterans' Outreach Coach at Warren County Career Center's Veterans Day Celebration on Tuesday, November 11.

For more on Warren County Veterans' Services, click here.