This year, we will observe the depth of our organization’s commitment to creating homes that are more than just houses and a community that is more than a destination. We will share the stories of our work and the lives of Over-the-Rhine residents. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year’s event will be an online virtual gathering. We will still share time together honoring our community and sharing the impact that the current state of affairs has had on us and our neighbors. The stories shared elevate the value and reassurance that a stable home provides, especially now.

Each year, we present the Partner in Building Our Beloved Community Award to an individual and an organization that have played a significant role in helping us achieve our vision of quality, stable housing for all in a socially, racially, and economically inclusive community. This year, we are thrilled to present Partner in Building Our Beloved Community awards to Tender Mercies, and Fanni Johnson & Joe Wynn.

If you are interested in sponsoring the 2020 Celebrating Our Beloved Community event, please email cdevine@otrch.org.

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We are grateful to the following organizations that provided major support to OTRCH in 2019: OCCH, Zillow, PNC Bank, First Financial, J-RAB, 3CDC, Parking Lot Management, River Hills Bank, Turnbull-Wahlert, Sisters of Charity, Miami University, Tidwell Group, US Bank, Model Group, New Republic Architecture, Cincinnati Development Fund, The Marianist Province of United States, Franciscan Friars of St. John, Creative Housing Solutions, Platte Architecture, Impact Services, Sol Consultants, and Barbara Poppe & Associates.

In 2019, we presented Partner in Building Our Beloved Community awards to Peaslee Neighborhood Center, the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition, and Bonnie Neumeier. View the video from the event, produced by Barbara Wolf, here, and check out the photos from the evening, taken by Angie Lipscomb, here.

Guests at our 2018 event had a blast celebrating the artistic talent that exists in our neighborhood and highlight how art has the ability to connect and strengthen our community in unique ways. Click here to check out the photo album on Facebook! 2018 Partner in Building Our Beloved Community award recipients were Cincinnati Development Fund and Georgia Keith.

In 2017, we heard testimonies from residents, neighbors, and staff about how their lives have been touched by Over-the-Rhine Community Housing and the significance of community. Check out these videos we shared in 2016: Todd’s Story and Angie’s StoryClick here to see a list of past award recipients.