As part of An Evening in Lower Price Hill: 50th Anniversary Un-Gala, we invite you to join us virtually on Saturday, November 13th at 7pm for this 1-hour storytelling event. Three special guests will share their stories as we reflect on 50 years of Community Matters and Education
After six years of coordinated efforts, we’re delighted to announce that Community Matters, Over-the-Rhine Community Housing, and residents of the Lower Price Hill neighborhood will be breaking ground on the Lower Price Hill Thrives affordable housing project.The project was created t
Explore the Lower Price Hill neighborhood and our work through this unique in-person or totally virtual tour, which was originally developed in the Fall of 2020 as part of the Building a Thriving Community: Un-Gala campaign.
In July, Community Matters, alongside 2,000 other non-profits from across the nation, applied to the State Farm Neighborhood Assist® grant program. We are excited to announce that the Washing Well laundromat has been selected as one of 200 finalists. If awarded, this $25,000 grant wil
Effective July 13th, 2020, Community Matters, the dynamic, place-based nonprofit that works closely with neighbors in the Lower Price Hill community, has acquired fellow Price Hill-area nonprofit, Healthy Homes Block by Block. Since 2013, Healthy Homes has worked to activate a network
The importance of community has never been more evident than during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a time of uncertainty and fear, we turn toward our community for support and connection. Neighbors across the country have come up with creative ways to stay connected while physical distanci
WCPO ABC-9 visited Lower Price Hill yesterday to interview Community Council President, Cynthia Ford, and our Executive Director, Mary Delaney, about a recent report from the Cincinnati Health Department, which states that our community of Lower Price Hill has the lowest average life
Two years ago, WCPO featured a story on life-long Lower Price Hill resident, Kimmi Washburn. The story talked about Kimmi’s journey as a young mom who worked hard to graduate at the top of her class from Oyler School, obtain her associate’s degree, and find meaningful work