4th Annual Picnic Recap

THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to and attended the Project Downtown 4th annual picnic this past weekend. From the water balloon fights, amazing food and even better company, I must say this was by far the best picnic we've had to date!

We hope you all had as much fun as we did and can't wait to do it all over again next year insha'Allah! ❤️

PDCincy Featured on 'Soapbox Cincinnati' Again!

'For the third straight year, Project Downtown Cincinnati will host the Feeding Our Neighbors food drive to provide Thanksgiving meals to more than 100 families.
For PDCincy’s co-director Farihah Ibrahim, distributing Dinner Kits been a learning opportunity, in that “there is no ‘typical’ family in need,” she says. “Everybody has a unique and often surprising story.”
Many of the families served never imagined they would be in their current position of need, so providing them the means to cook a meal together and share the experience of giving with one another—without having to worry about finding the funds to purchase a turkey or other side items and desserts—is huge, Ibrahim says.
“It brings them back to normal,” Ibrahim says. “Even if it's just for one meal, the Dinner Kits take that stress away. It takes the focus away from the money and back to their families.” '




Join Us: 'Feeding Our Cincinnati Neighbors'

Thank you very much for all of your support. This event would have been possible without your help.

'Project Downtown Cincinnati is hosting its 2nd annual Feeding Our Neighbors food drive. Come join us as we prepare and distribute bag lunches and holiday dinners to over 130 families in need! We need your help to make this happen! 

Each Holiday Dinner Includes the following:
(One) 12-15 lb Turkey
(Three) Boxes of Macaroni and Cheese
(Three) Cans of Green Beans and Corn
(One) Can of Cranberry Sauce
(One) Box of Mashed Potatoes
(One) Box of Cake Mix
(One) Aluminum Tray to Cook Turkey 

Any funds that make it above our $4.500 goal will go towards our weekly services for Project Downtown Cincinnati. Thank you so much for your support!'

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