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WHO WE ARE

Having Fun Since 2010

North Bend Yacht Club (NBYC) is a social organization centered at the northernmost bend in the Ohio River near Cincinnati, Ohio.
 

Our motto is simply this: Fun, friendship and charity. By gathering socially, members of NBYC develop strong friendships while supporting good causes in our Tristate community.

 

Our Commodore, Tom Lameier, was the driving force that first filled NBYC’s sails in January 2010. There were more than 50 members by the club’s first official meeting and in that same month, NBYC was accepted into the Yachting Club of America (www.ycaol.com).

 

NBYC has grown has consistently grown since its inception. The infectious spirit behind NBYC events makes a positive mark on the community of North Bend and the entire West Side of Cincinnati. We truly enjoy sharing our time, talents and donations to further charitable causes in our area, and we relish sailing together into the future.

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Our Commodore, Tom Lameier

WHAT WE DO

Making a Difference on the West Side

To date we have raised over $140,000 that have benefited our community. We are always on the lookout for additional West Side charities to add to our list to receive our support. If you know of a Westside charity
please email us, along with a letter of request to charities @nbyc.us

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Charities We Support

The Pregnancy Center West
Serving Women in Cincinnati Since 1981. The Pregnancy Center West is a Christian pro-life ministry providing education regarding positive alternatives to abortion and offering assistance with pregnancy-related services. Pregnancy Center West, 4900 Glenway Ave. www.pcwest.org

Anderson Food Pantry

When in stock they provide the following: Produce, meat, bread, general groceries, desserts, toys, furniture, clothes, and household items. They operate totally on donations.
Any donations or help is greatly appreciated. Donations can be made by calling 451-3555.
They accept money, and any item listed above as donations.

The Deaf Institute

The Mission of the Deaf Institute is to present the Good News of Jesus Christ to deaf and hard of hearing people. Fulfilling their mission in six ways-Informing about Deafness, Starting Deaf Ministries and churches, encouraging ministry training, teaching sign language, developing interpreters and serving the Deaf community3515 Warsaw Ave, Cincinnati  (513) 471-2990www.deafinstitute.org 

Joseph House

Joseph House is a residential treatment facility that offers treatment to homeless veterans suffering from addiction. Joseph House is located in the heart of the Over-the-Rhine district in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. Nate Pelletier: The Joseph House Mission 1526 Republic Street, Cincinnati, 45202, OH (513) 241-2965 www.bethanyhouseservices.org

                   

Healthy Moms & Babes

Healthy Moms & Babes is a Catholic-based organization that answers God’s call to serve at-risk women of childbearing age and their children so that they may survive and thrive.  www.healthymomsandbabes.org

Holy Family Food Bank

The Pantry is located on the ground floor of the St. Anne Center, 3006 West Eighth Street.
The hours of operation are Monday and Friday from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Parishioner donated grocery items can be left in the Church vestibule or taken to the Ministry Center. Monetary donations can be placed in the St. Vincent de Paul boxes located in the back of church. Please contact Dale Hartlage through the Parish Office at 921-7527 x109. 

 

My Neighbor’s Place

My Neighbor's Place is a community development  organization located in Cincinnati's Westside on Harrison Avenue  dedicated to creating a community that welcomes and cares for all of our neighbors. Through My Neighbor's Place, community churches have opportunity to work together to improve the spiritual, economic, and social quality of life for residents of our area. With both a Food Pantry and Closet  available. 513-661-3139. Westwood United Methodist Church 3460 Epworth Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211

Washington United Church of Christ

Washington UCC exists in partnership with Camp Washington to create a community that is safe and clean, where people have enough food, decent housing, opportunities for education and work, and can live in an environment that nurtures all families. Washington United Church of Christ and mail to 2950 Sidney Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45225 (513) 541-7757 www.washingtonucc.org

St. Joseph Orphanage

St. Joseph Orphanage is a comprehensive children's mental health, educational, and
residential treatment agency that helps abused, cognitively challenged, and/or emotionally disturbed children and their families on the road to recovery and success. St. Joseph Orphanage, 5400 Edalbert Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45239, 513-741-3100, www.newpath.org

 

Our Lady of Lourdes Food Pantry

Our Lady of Lourdes opens their food pantry 3 times per month. They also provide assistance with helping clients find agencies that help with jobs, furniture, utility payment plans with CGE, CWW. They provide vouchers that clients can take to St Vincent DePaul for clothing needs.

St. Leo Food Pantry

Currently serving more than 1,300 individuals representing over 360 families including 700+ children each month. Serving only residents in North Fairmount area including English  Woods, Roll Hill Apts, and Millvale area once every 30 days.

Santa Maria Community Services

The Women’s Connection

Kate’s Cupboard

Living Hope Homes

Manna Outreach

BLOC Ministries

Kai’s Love Hats

The Bethany House

Aubrey Rose Foundation

The Literary Council

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