St. Joseph Home hosts annual events to raise awareness for our mission and engage the community in supporting people with complex disabilities.
Time to Register! Golf Classic – October 4, 2021
The St. Joseph Home Golf Classic is held at the Maketewah Country Club. Golfers gather for 18 holes at one of Cincinnati’s premier golf courses in support of complex disability care. Tickets and sponsorships are available. Registration includes lunch, a round of golf, cart rental, open bar and light bites on the pavilion afterwards. Gear and bourbon raffles throughout the day.
Highlights – Incline to the Finish Line 5K – Walk & Roll On May 22nd residents and 200 family, friends and volunteers walked and rolled around the campus to raise money for St. Joseph Home residential, respite, and adult day programs. Twenty-two teams of participants pre-registered and were socially distant, with staggered start times. Not only were they masked, they came in costume, complete with siblings and pets, adding to the festive, family spirit.
“This adapted event exceeded all our expectations,” said Dan Connors, CEO. “From the good luck of the gorgeous weather, to the generosity of our sponsors, to the wonderful volunteers who handed out water and lunch from Sweets & Meats BBQ Food Truck, everything came together to make this Walk & Roll event the perfect experience for this moment. Plus we surpassed our fundraising goal!”
Sponsors for the 2021 St. Joseph Home Walk & Roll include: Title Sponsor—Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati; Presenting Sponsor—the Steele Family; 1060 Capital Management; Deloitte; Ison Family Restaurants; Michael Rench; Risk Source Clark-Theders; Saxon Financial; and Warwar Eyewear Group.
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Night of Possibility
The Night of Possibility in February, 2020 was an upscale dinner event celebrating our mission with active community members – from long-time supporters to new friends. It was held at the Newport Aquarium – with exclusive access to the exhibits, galleries and underwater tunnels. Interactive exhibits allowed guests to more fully understand the meaning of our work.