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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Dave Rickerd
As the longest-serving member of the ReUse-apalooza! Planning Committee, Dave Rickerd has become an indispensable part of the Easterseals family. He has been described as "the most encouraging and supportive," and is the February Easterseals Hero.
2017 Designer Challenge
Eccentric and earth-centric, this annual contest (with cash prizes) challenges YOU to create a piece of art or furniture from reused or re-purposed items. Individuals and teams of pros and amateurs are welcome. Pieces are auctioned off at ReUse-apalooza! to support Easterseals
Nikki and Brandon
Nikki is nonverbal and lives in a wheelchair because of cerebral palsy. Brandon is on the autism spectrum with an outgoing personality and a love for music and dancing. While they may sound like an unexpected duo, they have been described as “two peas in a pod.”
Veterans and YouthBuild
Every month, Easterseals will recognize an organization, person, or business whose actions go above and beyond in supporting Easterseals' purpose. The inaugural Easterseals Hero in January 2017 is The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority.
Building Ability outdoor
Spring is just around the corner, and Building Ability has everything you need to get your yard ready: Birdhouses, Adirondack chairs, planters, compost sifters, and even cornhole sets for your first barbecue! All items are handcrafted by individuals with disabilities.

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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