Get Your Ducks In A Row

The 21st Annual Rubber Duck Regatta presented by Dawn will take place on Sunday, September 6 at 3pm prior to the Western & Southern/WEBN Fireworks presented by Cincinnati Bell.Buy a duck, feed a child, win a SUV! The 21st Annual Rubber Duck Regatta is Sunday, September 6. The first prize winner receives a 2016 Honda HR-V courtesy Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Honda Dealers. The second prize is $100 from Kroger every week for a year, and five additional winners will receive $500 cash from KEMBA Credit Union. Ducks are $5 each or six for $25 – the equivalent of 75 meals for hungry children.

Follow Quacky On Facebook Rubber Duck Regatta Mascot Quacky is digital again this year. Be sure to follow him on Facebook to see what he’s up to as he prepares for the 21st Annual Rubber Duck Regatta taking place on Sunday, September 6.

Summer Food Distribution Serves Local Families

Summer Food Distribution Serves Local FamiliesSummer break can be an exciting time for children, but for nearly 50 percent of students in the West Clermont School District, summer can be a challenge. The meals they can rely on through the Free/Reduced Lunch program aren’t available when school is out; a need that two Clermont County groups recognized. They are now partnering with the Freestore to help.

Did You Know?

Childhood hunger is a reality and it exists in our own neighborhoods. Nearly 100,000 children in our Tri-State area may not know from where their next meal is coming.Nearly 100,000 children in our Tri-State area are at risk of hunger.  Research shows that hungry children are more likely to be vulnerable to illness, lack focus and energy, and score lower on achievement tests. We have several programs aimed at tackling the issue of childhood hunger and ensuring kids receive the proper nutrition they need to succeed.


Before there can be a conversation on possibilities and potential, we must provide food. It is the single most important foundational element linking all people.


Addressing hunger allows us to have conversations on other issues affecting individuals, families and communities to help create stability and self-reliance for those in need.


By connecting those in need to services that create stability, we work to determine the root causes of hunger and poverty and build hope in our community.