Updates for the Intro Scroll

The West End neighborhood is home to one of the most vulnerable populations in the City of Cincinnati. Major developments have increased the vulnerability of this community and exposed numerous residents to gentrification and tax increases. The results from the 2019 Housing Study of the West End neighborhood have shown that 44% of the neighborhood residents are at some level of risk of displacement.
We need your help to continue to educate residents on their rights, create advocacy for price appropriate housing, help with rental assistance, and assist low income homeowners with home improvements and repairs.
Join Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses as they host their first ever Home Sweet Home – Golf Scramble on October 17th, 2020. The golf scramble is a fundraiser aimed at raising money to go to community driven housing projects in the West End of Cincinnati.
Individual players: $60
Teams of four: $250

Join us for our VIRTUAL EZZ FEST 2020 Run/Walk event. Ezz Fest may be different this year but we can still come together in a safe way to celebrate Ezzard Charles and the rich history of the West End! Be sure to share photos online using the hashtag #EzzFest


Cincinnati spoken-word artist Siri Imani released a video today featuring a powerful piece that speaks to how


United Way of Greater Cincinnati has helped her and our region to thrive. Neighborhood House and staff are featured in the video and we are proud to be a United Way partner.





The Neighborhood House gave away Easter goody bags at Hays-Porter during the meal pick up time. It was a blessing to see their little smiles. Thank you for the donations from Greater Cincinnati Foundation, General Mills, Free Store Food Bank and St. Barnabas Church. Bags were distributed to children and seniors.


Rotary Club partnered with CHL Impact Center, to provide meals to COVID-19 heroes.