Updates for the Intro Scroll

Impact 100 empowers women to dramatically improve lives by collectively funding significant grants that make a lasting impact in our community.

Their vision is to be the model organization which enables a woman to realize the power and reward of her giving.

Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses was recently awarded funding to help support the renovation and relocation of the Trauma Recovery Center to the corner of Freeman & Findlay.


Family Fun Zone will take place on the same dates as major sporting events in the West End. (i.e.. Major League soccer games and other large events in the West End)

Activities will include:

  • Large Yard games
  • Crafts
  • Face painting
  • Bounce Houses
  • Soccer Goal Kick
  • Carnival Food
  • Local Vendors



Wednesday August 18th
Saturday September 18th
Saturday October 2nd
Saturday October 9th – EZZ FEST
Saturday October 16th
Wednesday October 20th
Wednesday October 27th
Sunday November 7th

Vendor Information:

Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor at Family Fun Zone at the beautiful West End, Laurel Park!  For vendors who are interested in selling part-time or are launching a new business, the Family Fun Zone will provide an excellent opportunity.


Laurel Park can accommodate minimal food trucks vendors.

***Vendors are required to bring their own Tents and tables.

Seven Hills reserves the right to be the sole beverage vendor at Family Fun Zone Events.

Applications are currently open, so please submit if you are interested.


To apply, please follow the steps below. If you have any questions, contact Tia Brown at 513-407-5362 or tia.brown@7hillsnh.com.


  1. Submit your application at the following link: https://forms.gle/ShJxXpiqumSzkdHM9

  2. Provide a Certificate of Liability or other required licenses or certificates by emailing it to tia.brown@7hillsnh.com

  3. The fee is $20. Applicants can pay by PayPal HERE or by sending a check to:

    Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses

    ATTN: Family Fun Zone

    901 Findlay St.

    Cincinnati, Ohio 45214

    Applications will not be processed until the Application Fee has been paid.

    Thank you again for your interest in becoming a Family Fun Zone vendor.

Take some of Cincinnati’s wealthiest people who, in a matter of months, spend a couple hundred million and build a major league stadium in one of the city’s poorest communities, and you have a recipe for a neighborhood ripe for change.

That’s the West End today, a historically Black community that has suffered from disinvestment for decades, but has remained a hub for homes and businesses.

There’s little doubt the West End will change — it already has. How that change will happen is the big question.

Read More Here


Images by Joe Simon

West End Speaks is a quality of life plan for the future of the West End approved
by the City of Cincinnati in 2016. This update is taking place in conjunction with the CMHA
Transformational process supported by the Department of Housing and Urban Development
You are invited to help update this plan and to help shape the West End. Please join us to learn more and to provide input on how you envision the future of the neighborhood.
All West End residents, businesses and community partners are welcome!
Theme Areas:
Youth and Education
This meeting will contain opportunities for:
• Residents to show their interest in improving the neighborhood
• Community members to understand the planning process and their role in it
• Community members to understand the importance of a neighborhood plan
• Community members to learn about existing conditions of the neighborhood
• Community members to learn about the Choice Planning process for Stanley Rowe Towers
and Rowhouses and Liberty Street Apartments
• Gather feedback and stories from community members to help inform work team focus,
existing conditions, general vision for the neighborhood, etc. at Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses
901 Findlay Street
From 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm


In observance of Juneteenth, Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses – Findlay Street Center will be closed on Friday, June 18th.
Juneteenth, a celebration of freedom that happens each year on June 19, marks the formal end of slavery in the United States. Even though President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, it was not until June 19, 1865 (a full two years later) that word reached enslaved African people in Galveston, Texas, resulting in massive jubilation that would go on to be celebrated each year in the name of freedom.
As partners in the communities we serve, we are dedicated to improving the quality of life of our neighbors.
Since 1961, Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses (Neighborhood House) has been serving Cincinnati’s West End Community as a social services resource and community gathering space. The Neighborhood House is an 18,000 square foot building. It is the safe-haven and second home for approximately 2,500 – 3,000 at-risk children, teens, families, seniors, and disadvantaged citizens annually.
Please consider a donation to Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses – Findlay Street Center in honor of Juneteenth. https://7hillsnh.com/donate/
Want to enjoy a night out and support a good cause?
Join us at Rhinegeist’s Charitable Suds Pint Night on June 16th, 5-8pm!
$1 of every pint purchased is donated to Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses.


Join us a we honor the life and service of Lady Lillian Carr.

Please click here to view the local news coverage featuring Ms. Carr.




This project demonstrates how collaboration can create mixed-rate housing and preserve neighborhood character.

Baymiller Open House
Thursday, April 8th, 10a – Noon.

As development continues in Cincinnati’s historic West End neighborhood, residents and housing advocates have been working to ensure that creation and preservation of affordable housing is part of the equation. A set of historic rowhouses in Cincinnati’s West End is being redeveloped as a combination of affordable and market-rate, rental and homeownership.

1803 and 1807 Baymiller are being rehabbed by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati. 1805 Baymiller is being developed by Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses as an affordable rental unit, with Habitat as the general contractor.

This open house will provide a chance to see and capture the early stages of renovation and talk to the various partners.

This collaboration responds to the critical need for equitable housing in the West End, long identified by West End by community organizations and planners. For example, the project dovetails with three of the housing goals of the West End Speaks Plan (2016): the condition of all West End properties is improved; the quality of affordable units in the West End is upgraded; the West End supports the expansion of homeownership in the neighborhood.