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Welcome to Best Ever Causes!

Each month we highlight and donate to a Cause we believe in to help them further their mission.

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Who They Are

Ohio Valley Voices (OVV) was founded two decades ago with the mission to teach children who are deaf and hard of hearing to speak. OVV is one of only a few organizations in the world that fully embraces a child’s brain’s capabilities of turning silence into speech. This, combined with a loving environment, data-driven techniques, and a committed teaching team, has delivered miraculous outcomes to hundreds of families.

The OVV environment accepts all children of all backgrounds and has never turned a family away for financial reasons. The classrooms are an inclusive and diverse blend of youngsters from across the region, country, and world.

All of OVV’s Listening and Spoken Language Providers are LSLS certified or in the process of receiving their certification. An expert staff consistently delivers results that are among the best in the United States. Family is an important part of a child’s life, and each child’s family is a vital part of that child’s language growth.

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What They Do

Ohio Valley Voices is committed to providing each family with an individualized program. Children develop critical communication and interpersonal skills through small group instruction in a personalized setting. Ohio Valley Voices is a program licensed by the Ohio Department of Education and holds Early Intervention licensure.

OVV offers numerous programs including a Parent-Infant program, a Toddler Program, a Preschool Program, and an Early Elementary Program for kids from kindergarten to second grade. They also have on-site audiology services to current students and graduates and offer Summer Programs and Summer Camps for kids ages 3-12.
The Spring offers many different services:

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How You Can Help

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Ohio Valley Voices relies on donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations every year. Our $1,000 donation will go towards ensuring OVV can continue to provide the best services in a loving and comfortable setting.

If you would like to donate to this Best Ever Cause, please follow the link below. Thanks!

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About our Best Ever Causes

Best Ever Causes is an initiative started by Joe and Colleen Fairless as a means to not only donate to, but also highlight different non-profit organizations monthly. Before Joe started the longest running, daily real estate podcast in the world and before he co-founded Ashcroft Capital, one of the fastest growing Multifamily Syndication firms in the nation, he was the VP of a successful advertising agency in New York. So, Joe understands the importance of awareness that these organizations desperately need.

 

Joe created his Multifamily business because he truly believes that by helping you reach your financial goals, you will be able to pursue the passions and adventures that excite you the most. He believes that freedom could lead to great things, because people not burdened by finances have the ability to make positive impacts.

 

“If money wasn’t an object, how would your life change? Would you spend more time with your children? Would you start a nonprofit organization like you’ve been talking about for years? Maybe you’d quit your current job and find one you truly enjoy. Whatever your answer is, I bet financial freedom would lead you to do more good, and that’s my focus,” says Joe.

 

This philosophy also applies to Best Ever Causes. Whether you are a longtime listener to the podcast, an Ashcroft Capital investor, or just someone with a desire to make a difference today, we’d like to ask you to help these organizations reach their financial goals so that they have the opportunity to succeed in their mission. Support our Best Ever Causes by donating today.

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RECENT CAUSES

Ohio Valley Voices

Ohio Valley Voices (OVV) was founded two decades ago with the mission to teach children who are deaf and hard of hearing to speak.

The Spring

The Spring’s mission is to prevent domestic violence, protect victims, and promote change in lives, families and communities.

Operation Give Back

Operation Give Back is a Cincinnati non-profit that strives for educational equity and provides community outreach to students and families in need, inspiring all to realize their full potential and GIVE BACK to society.

St. Joseph Home

Since 1873, St. Joseph Home creates a home for infants, children and adults with developmental disabilities who have complex support needs and use a wheelchair for mobility. The Home, a nonprofit ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, focuses attention on the individual’s medical, social, educational and spiritual development, revealing the uniqueness and giftedness of each person. Compassionate care and respect for the dignity of life are the hallmarks of St. Joseph Home.

Junior Achievement of OKI Partners

Junior Achievement inspires tomorrows with programs that empower young people to own their economic success.
JA helps students set their goals for their future and make plans to achieve them. JA confirms the power within them to earn their own money and help them practice making smart decisions about how to manage and save money that will pay even bigger dividends in the future

A Wider Circle

The mission of A Wider Circle is to end poverty through on-the-ground programs and services, as well as through the development of large-scale solutions to its root causes.

La Soupe

Bridging the gap between food waste and hunger by rescuing otherwise wasted perishable food to create delicious and highly-nutritious meals for food insecure. Since their inception in 2014, they have rescued over 2 million lbs. of food and distributed more than 1.2 million servings.

Soles4Souls

Soles4Souls disrupts the cycle of poverty by creating sustainable jobs and providing relief through the distribution of shoes and clothing around the world.

Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati

The mission of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati is to empower individuals, educate families, enhance communities and together, and celebrate the extraordinary lives of people with Down syndrome.

The Dragonfly Foundation

The Dragonfly Foundation delivers the best emotional, relational, and practical support systems for families affected by pediatric cancer.

Cultiva International

Improving lives by teaching sustainable living– fostering independence, not dependence.

Sutton Avian Research Center

The George Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center (Sutton Center) was founded in 1983 with the mission of “finding cooperative conservation solutions for birds and the natural world through science and education.” The Sutton Center is a private, nonprofit organization located near Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Women Steering Business

Women Steering Business is a nonprofit group out of Dallas, TX, of civic-minded business leaders who are dedicated to developing future female business leaders. They do this by funding livestock sales from young women who use the proceeds to advance their own education and vocational opportunities.
Members of the organization are diverse, ranging from young women just starting their careers to successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and retirees. What they have in common is a desire to help future female leaders pursue their educational and vocational dreams.

Brookwood in Georgetown

Brookwood in Georgetown is a very “out of the box” innovative vocational community for adults with special needs where everything they make is sold in a beautiful high end gift shop, cafe and greenhouse. They want to change the way our world views this population by taking the “status quo” of providing these individuals with custodial care to these individuals creating beautiful, marketable items to sell to help sustain the vocational community they enjoy everyday. They have become artisans, bakers, gardeners, card makers, jewelry makers, and more.

The Ladder Alliance

The Ladder Alliance serves between 300 and 400 women annually. The mission is to provide women victims of domestic violence and low-income women with the tools to lead self-reliant, independent and successful lives.

The Landing MN

The Landing MN is an organization that is a landing place for those in need, to seek resources to help individuals reach a point of security and stability in their lives.

Helping Haitian Angels

Helping Haitian Angels hosts 4 mission trips a year, 2 dental trips, has opened the Lekol Harvey Christian School, a church, and a vocation program.

BrightFocus Foundation

BrightFocus Foundation is at the forefront of brain and eye health, advancing early-stage, investigator-initiated research around the world.

1N5

The mission of 1N5 is to promote optimal mental health for youth in Greater Cincinnati through education and stigma reduction, community engagement, policy and advocacy, and measurement and data work.

Hope Cottage Pregnancy and Adoption Center

Hope Cottage nurtures and builds families through education, counseling and adoption.

Revolution Leadership

The mission of Revolution Leadership®, Inc. is to equip young people with the skills and financial confidence to succeed in college, business, and leadership within their community.

Adoption First Animal Rescue

The Adoption First Animal Rescue in Kentucky really focuses on seniors, and medical needs! They love to save those who are overlooked, who need hospice care, or just need out!

Rejuvenating Women

Rejuvenating Women is a faith-based, non-­profit organization providing hope and restoration to those enslaved in human trafficking.

Kids Cancer Alliance

Kids Cancer Alliance was started in 1981 as a joint effort between a group of volunteers in the Lake Cumberland area and the Kentucky Cancer Program. Their vision was to provide a “normal” camping experience for children with cancer.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

St. Jude Children’s Hospital is a specialty research hospital for children, not a general children’s hospital. Located in Memphis, Tennessee it is one of the world’s premier pediatric cancer research centers.

Dup15q Alliance

Dup15q Alliance provides family support and promotes awareness, research and targeted treatments for chromosome 15q11.2-13.1 duplication syndrome.

Branches

Branches provides life-changing opportunities for working families to help them and their children break the cycle of generational poverty.

Hearts For Ezra

The Hearts for Ezra Foundation was started by Ethan Bessey and his wife, Emily, in honor of their son Ezra who passed away at 8 months old from Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).

Sankara Eye Foundation

Sankara Eye Foundation (SEF), USA, founded in 1998 by Mr. K. Muralidharan, Mr. K. Sridharan, and Mr. Khushnood Ahmad, is striving hard to eradicate curable blindness in India.

INADcure Foundation

INADcure Foundation Fighting Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy Who They Are The INADcure Foundation is the only U.S. based nonprofit dedicated to the INAD community. Founded in 2016, it was formed to fund scientific research for treatments and a cure for Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy (INAD) and other forms of PLA2G6-related neurodegeneration (PLAN). INAD is an extremely rare, […]

CORE Educational Services

Who They Are Founded and incorporated in 2005, CORE Educational Services, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was created to fulfill a need for collaboration within the youth development community. Its founders recognized the value of joint ventures among service providers and invested time and energy in developing strategic collaborations. Members of the CORE board visited schools and […]

Hope 4 Harper

Who They Are Hope4Harper is an organization designed to provide hope to those living with CDKL5 (Cyclin Dependent Kinase Like 5) disorder by fostering awareness and research projects in an effort to eliminate the various symptoms associated with the CDKL5 and other similar seizure related disorders. What They Do Hope4Harper was founded by her parents, […]

FP YouthOutCry (FPYOC) Foundation

FP YouthOutCry (FPYOC) Foundation Founding Agency of The H.U.B.B. Who They Are FP YouthOutCry (FPYOC) is a nonprofit organization, located in Newark, New Jersey, whose mission is to increase opportunities for success by providing programs, services, and events for underserved youth and their families. FPYOC utilizes three interrelated strategies to engage and serve youth and families: Entertain, Educate […]

Special Olympics Ohio

Special Olympics Ohio Who They Are Special Olympics Inc. is the world’s largest provider of fitness training, education, and athletic competition — coupled with social, life, and leadership skill development opportunities — for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics is a worldwide movement of more than 4.4 million athletes in 170 countries. With competitions […]

New Jersey Tree Foundation

New Jersey Tree Foundation Who They Are Founded in 1998, the The NJ Tree Foundation is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to planting trees in New Jersey’s most urban neighborhoods, where the need is greatest. Through tree planting, volunteerism, and partnerships, we assist numerous communities in improving their environment and quality of life. What They Do The […]

Angela House

Angela House Who They Are Angela House was founded in 2001 and was initially identified as a “Special Work” of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, under the directive of Bishop Joseph Fiorenza. In July 2006, Angela House became an independent, 501c3 non-profit entity within the Archdiocese of Galveston/Houston.  In December 2013, Angela House […]

SAVE THE ANIMALS FOUNDATION

SAVE THE ANIMALS FOUNDATION Who they are: For over 28 years, STAF has been making a difference in the lives of Cincinnati-area animals. Funded entirely by donations and operated solely by volunteers, Save the Animals Foundation is a no-kill shelter that currently homes over 600 dogs and cats, many of whom have been abused, abandoned or […]

A Kid Again, Southwest Chapter: Improving the lives of children battling life-threatening illnesses

For 18 years, A Kid Again, Southwest Chapter has helped to restore a sense of normal for families thrust into the situation of having to care for a child with a life-threatening illness. Often these families are unprepared and unequipped to deal with what follows. A Kid Again hosts year-round events to support these families and […]

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