Community EventsIn addition to Stepping Stones’ four annual special events, the agency is also the beneficiary of numerous third-party community events throughout the year.
See additional events supporting Stepping Stones’ programs for people with disabilities, below:
AAA/Bob Sumerel Tire & Service Golf Outing
AAA/Bob Sumerel Tire & Service’s 2021 Annual Golf Outing will take place on Saturday, August 28th at 1:30 pm at Fairfield Greens South Trace in Fairfield, Ohio. All proceeds will benefit Stepping Stones! For more information, please contact Jim Plogman at 513-505-7401 or 513-246-5177 or Joe Rose at 513-679-1812 or 513-755-0666.
Click here for the flyer. Click here for sponsorship options.
Cincinnati International Stepping Stones invites you to, “Give Back One Glass at a Time” to the Cincinnati International Wine Festival. Stepping Stones has been selected again to be one of the beneficiaries!
The Cincinnati International Wine Festival is a charitable, non-profit organization founded in 1991 to promote the wine industry and raise funds for local charities. The festival continues to grow each year and has become one of the largest, premier wine events in the country. Your participation enabled the festival to distribute $406,000 in grants in 2019 to 35 Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area charities supporting the arts, education, health and human services.
In total, more than $6 million has been granted over the last 30 years!
Click here for more information on their events.
Believe 2 Achieve Fundraising EventBelieve 2 Achieve is the signature fundraiser held each year by the Rotary Foundation of Cincinnati and the Rotary Club of Cincinnati. Since the first Believe 2 Achieve in 2012, the event has raised over $1,000,000 in support of organizations that serve children and adults with disabilities to provide daytime and overnight recreation, socialization, empowerment, and respite programs.
Every year 100% of the net proceeds from Believe 2 Achieve are distributed to organizations that serve children and adults with disabilities.