On December 2, 2014 the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center had the opportunity to watch Detective Eric Surber and Officer Steve Linville shave their 30 day old beard’s to raise money for the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center.
On Saturday, September 27, 2014 the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center and its volunteer group, The Advocates, hosted a fun and family-friendly community awareness event at the Richwood Tahoe Railroad on the grounds of the Columbia Sussex Corporation located at 740 Centre View Boulevard, in Crestview Hills, KY.
Five years ago they named themselves “The Advocates” because they saw themselves as Advocates of the children served by the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center, NKYCAC. This is exactly the mission they have carried out through countless hours of planning and volunteering for fundraising events such as Child Abuse Awareness night at Florence Freedom or with the Cincinnati Cyclones, partnering with local restaurants and companies to gain support or by pouring themselves into their annual Gala where all proceeds benefit the services at NKYCAC. The group holds monthly meetings, planning and organizing events and energizing members to carry the mission of the Children’s Advocacy Center out into the community. Membership of this dynamic group of women is growing throughout the eight counties served by the NKYCAC.
On June 17th the Cincinnati International Wine Festival hosted a check presentation for its 2014 beneficiaries at Kenwood Country Club.
The Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center (NKYCAC) hosted the second annual Cheers for Children event where women throughout Northern Kentucky were able to shop, socialize and help to prevent child abuse. The Cheers for Children event was held on June 5, 2014 at 'Domaine de la Rive' on the riverfront in Covington. The event was graciously hosted by Fran and Wayne Carlisle and sponsored by The Advocates, a group of women that are dedicated to supporting the NKYCAC and the children and families served at the center.
Residents of Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties using Northern Kentucky’s Regional Area Mobility Program (RAMP) may apply to receive financial assistance for special transportation services from the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) for the second half of 2014. Deadline for these applications has been extended to July 21, 2014.
Formed in 2012, Project RAMP awards financial assistance to registered and qualified users who need help funding their RAMP transportation. Riders must qualify for RAMP under the Americans with Disabilities Act and be approved through the TANK qualification procedures as well as demonstrate certain levels of economic disadvantage under federal poverty guidelines.
Applications for Project RAMP 2014 are now being accepted through July 21, 2014 and are available on the TANK website at www.tankbus.org/projectramp.aspx or at www.cfnky.org, or email email@example.com or call 859-525-1128.
Immanuel United Methodist Church is committed to protecting children in Northern Kentucky, raising $2035.00 to support the work of the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center.
The Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center(NKYCAC), with the help of Chuy’s Mexican Food on Houston Road, served a special “thank you” luncheon to local law enforcement officials, social workers, prosecutors and victim advocates and community partners thanking them for the hard work and dedication they provide to the children in the Northern Kentucky community. The luncheon was held at the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center with food provided by Chuy’s and The Advocacy Group, a volunteer organization dedicated to serving the NKCAC. About 55 deserving public servants were honored by the center.
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In Honor of Grandparents Day Community Services of Northern Kentucky is donating the “Gift of Hearing”.
Do you have a grandparent or a senior adult who is in need of a hearing instrument system?
With over 25 years of service to our community, Community Services of Northern Kentucky would like to give the gift of hearing to a deserving senior. We will provide a deserving hearing-impaired senior with a pair of hearing instruments absolutely free of cost. Tell us why your grandparent or senior adult deserves a free set of hearing aids.
Send your 50- word-or-less essay to the address below. The recipient will be chosen from the Essay. The winner must be qualified for hearing instruments. Essays must be received no later than September 30th 2014. All essays will then be reviewed and one lucky recipient will be chosen.
Call (859)525-1128 today for details on the essay contest.
To learn more about Community Services of Northern Kentucky and the services we offer visit http://www.cfnky.org/SpeechHearing/ .
Community Services of Northern Kentucky
31 Spiral Drive
Florence, Kentucky 41042
We Care About How You Hear!
Calling all golf enthusiasts! On Monday, July 28, 2014 the Community Foundation of Northern Kentucky is hosting the 16th Annual “The Classic” Charity Golf Outing at Triple Crown Country Club in Union, Kentucky. Triple Crown golf course was ranked the most difficult private course by the Business Courier in 2013.
This charity outing will benefit the clients of the Community Services of Northern Kentucky adult day care center. Sign in will be from 11:30 am-12:30 pm, with a shotgun start at 12:35 pm. $150 per golfer, $600 per foursome, $100 hole sponsorship and $675 hole sponsorship with foursome. Entry fee includes tee gifts, greens fees, cart, lunch, social hour and refreshments. Hole-in-one prizes include $20,000 toward the purchase of a new Ford, courtesy of Airport Ford, $5,000 cash prize, and much more! Please contact Lisa West at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 859-525-1128 to sign up your foursome.
For sponsorship information, including hole sponsorship or to donate items to promote your business
for the golfer goodie bags, please contact email@example.com.