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Charity Fundraisers



Sometimes, a device is all that stands in the way of an individual with a disability achieving independence or pursuing their passion. And when that device is not available in the marketplace, that’s when May We Help’s volunteers step in. They are a team of engineers, industrial designers, inventors, welders, woodworkers, seamstresses, doctors, occupational and physical therapists whose skill sets come together to design, build and deliver custom devices at no cost to hundreds of clients every year.


Our chef based model utilizes our volunteer network to rescue perishables from farms, grocers and wholesalers. Our highly talented transform team of chefs and volunteers transform this food into healthy soupes and meals. Our soupes and meals are distributed to roughly 100 share partners that feed the food insecure and are available to purchase at our retail storefront. We have a well established program of rescuing prepared overages from restaurants and catering and deliver directly to agencies that feed the hungry.

2023 - 2024

Madi’s House is a free, non-residential community center for young adults who are healing from mental illness or recovery. They are a safe place to hang out - provide fun, recreational activities and emotional support to foster ongoing wellness. They provide the missing piece after inpatient treatment, and while attending outpatient, they provide programming to fill idle time. They are the solution to empty free time. Madi’s House helps shape the path to a healthy life with art classes, games, movie nights, workout equipment, wellness programs, music, special events, and more!

2020-2021 Charity is Free Throws for Kids

The mission for Free Throws for Kids to raise funds:

To show hope and God's love to kids and families at Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Ronald McDonald House in a very practical way.

2019-2020 charity is Cancer Free KIDS

The mission of Cancer free KIDS is to eradicate cancer as a life-threatening disease in children by funding promising research that might otherwise go unfunded. All the vast improvements in the way we diagnose, treat and cure cancers have come as the result of research and yet, pediatric cancer research is a vastly and consistently underfunded.

2018-2919 Charity was Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Our strength lies in our exclusive focus and singular influence on the worldwide effort to end T1D. Vision: A world without type 1 diabetes

Mission: Improving lives today and tomorrow by accelerating life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications.

2017-2018 Hospice of Cincinnati

Hospice of Cincinnati creates the best possible and most meaningful end-of-life experience for all who need care and support in our community.

Vision:Through the leadership of Hospice of Cincinnati, our region embraces the value of end-of-life care and planning, and relies on HOC for the highest quality end-of-life and bereavement services. We are recognized for providing compassionate physical, emotional and spiritual care in an atmosphere of sensitivity and respect.

2016-2017 Pajama Program

Every child has the right to a good night. Every night in America, too many children go to sleep uncertain of what tomorrow will bring, compromising their health, school performance and emotional well-being. At Pajama Program, we promote and support a comforting bedtime routine to help all children thrive by providing cozy pajamas, inspiring storybooks and critical resources for the caregivers, After all, Good Nights Are Good Days.

2015-2016 Alzheimer's of Greater Cincinnati

The Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati began in 1979 as a family support group for caregivers, relatives and friends of individuals with Alzheimer's disease. It became affiliated with the national Alzheimer's association in 1980 and was granted official chapter status in 1983.

2014-2015 The Dragonfly Foundation The fight for excellence in pediatric cancer treatment is important, but no less important is the commitment we must make to support the families that strive for fulfilling and complete lives during and after treatment. Though treatment may end, and illness may be cured or managed, the long-term effects of factors like internal group tension, familial isolation, post-traumatic stress, the anxiety of recurrence, and the emotional, physical and financial toll on the family unit often linger for years, yes years, to come. While the importance of quality healthcare is a common shared value, we must remember to offer families a holistic, uncompromising, fighting chance at well-being, which is our urgent, passionate mission.                                                  

2013-2014 Honor Flight Tri-State

Our Mission is Simple

We offer Honor Flights to veterans so they may visit their memorials in Washington, D.C.

All World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans aged 65 and older,

who served either stateside or overseas, are eligible.

We will leave NO ONE behind!

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