Our Purpose

Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati is changing the way the world views and defines disability. We are breaking down barriers to employment for people with disabilities, people facing disadvantages, and veterans. We are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive workforce and community.

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Keith Hammond and his children
"That’s why we have Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month—so that people not directly impacted by developmental disabilities might gain a glimpse into the lived experiences of people with disabilities, their families, and their loved ones."
Four mason jars filled with herbs hang from an old shutter, creating a decorative but functional indoor herb garden
Make your own herb garden from a reclaimed shutter. Led by local woodworker and cabinet maker Art Vogt, this one hour class will show you how to assemble an herb garden for a kitchen wall or patio. April 7, $40 per person. Limited availability - sign up today!
Joey Huff, Ron Hotchkiss, Ben Flemmings, Kamdon Byrd and Brianne Riffle At Valley Central Bank
Jill Cates, Easterseals’ Business Development Manager was seeking community partners for Easterseals programs and when she described the Neighborhood HUB program, Ron took immediate interest and the rest, they say, is history!
A collage of images including the exterior of the Building Value resale store, and shelves of home furnishings under a tarp to protect from water damage
As a social enterprise, Building Value channels its revenue into programs that give people a second chance at sustainable employment. But the roof is in desperate need of repairs. We're 15% of the way to our $5,000 goal - what can you give?
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Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati can now be found on Instagram. Follow us to see all of the awesome things that are happening on a day-to-day basis.

Building Value

Highlight Building Value

Our building materials reuse business provides job training in construction while offering a low-cost and green alternative to building materials. Visit our store at 4040 Spring Grove Ave. in Northside.

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