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Preparing for the first annual ToolBelt Ball

Posted on March 20, 2017 by kim

Our friends at People Working Cooperatively are preparing for the first annual ToolBelt Ball, presented by ATL, on Saturday, March 25. The gala, which runs from 5:30pm to midnight at the JACK Cincinnati Casino, will support one of their most critical programs – Modifications for Mobility. 

The ToolBelt Ball highlights People Working Cooperatively’s mission to serve low-income homeowners, many of whom are elderly or people with disabilities and veterans across Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana. One of their most important programs serving this population is Modifications for Mobility, which makes critical home repairs for clients with mobility issues. After their critical modifications are made, the homeowners, perhaps for the first time in a long time, will be able to move safely through their homes.

Attendees at this black-tie affair will enjoy a cocktail reception, a three-course gourmet meal, raffles, a high-end wine and bourbon pull, silent and live auctions, live entertainment from the Ultra Sonics Band, and more.

New this year, the night will include a juried art exhibit, A Place to Call Home. Thirteen local artists were commissioned to create art from doors, symbolizing what home means to them. The doors will be available for purchase in the silent auction.

Tickets for the ToolBelt Ball are $150 and are still available online. Please consider joining People Working Cooperatively for an incredible evening of dinner, dancing, and raising money to benefit our most vulnerable neighbors. 

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