Eagles Auxiliary supports NEST

A wonderful example of “the community coming together, for the community, in the community!” Thank you Eagles Ladies Auxiliary to Loveland Aerie No. 3006 for your very generous donation! We are grateful.

NEST kids give back

So PROUD of our NEST kids who made butterflies to decorate a tree along the route of the CancerFree Kids Butterfly Walk & 5K Charity event in Cottell Park, Deerfield Township!

Multicultural performance benefiting NEST

What an amazing multicultural afternoon hosted by our friends at The Women’s Interfaith Network of Cincinnati Suburbs! Thank you to everyone who was a part of this NEST benefit.

Mark your calendar! April 28 – WHAT WE OFFER.

Interfaith Festival by The Women’s Interfaith Network of Cincinnati Suburbs An afternoon of multicultural entertainment with global refreshments, live music, and traditional dances from around the world. Free event. Open to the public. Date And Time Sun, April 28, 2019, 2:00 PM Location Prince of Peace Lutheran Church 101 South Lebanon Road Loveland, OH 45140…

The Present Day Reality of Childhood Poverty

The majority of people with low incomes now live outside of America’s cities, and almost all suburban areas are ill-equipped to deal with the influx of the poor.  Since 2012, suburban poverty levels exceeded those of urban areas: 56% of people living in poverty in major metro areas now live in the suburbs.  Although child poverty…

Benefits to the Community

Through “NESTing” in an economically challenged neighborhood, relationships are birthed and needs within the community are identified.  Solutions are investigated and put in place. ALL community churches, civic groups, and other organizations can encourage their members, and especially their youth, to get engaged in local service work. When a community wraps its arms around the…

Lots of Smiles THIS School Year

Last year whenever Emma talked about herself or school, it was always negative.  She would say that she wasn’t smart … would never succeed … and that she would never feel good about school. The NEST volunteers at Chapelwood were determined to help Emma see herself through a different “life lens”. NEST’s mobile classroom volunteers…