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space sharers

The Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church campus is also home to several non-profit organizations.  The groups below have offices in our Education Building.  We are thrilled to have them as “Space Sharers”, and gladly support their intended missions.  There is additional, unoccupied space available for your non-profit organization.  Phone the church office to learn about becoming one of our Space Sharers.

Woman’s City Club-

The mission of the Woman’s City Club of Greater Cincinnati is to secure a more just and livable community for all.

WCC programs educate, encourage and equip citizens to play an active role in civic affairs. Committed to promoting diversity and inclusiveness, the organization reaches out to collaborate with other community organizations in the city and work toward shared goals.

League of Women Voters-

The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati is a partnership of 28 local nonprofit organizations building social and economic equity and a healthy environment in Greater Cincinnati.

As a 501(c) (3) Community Shares raises awareness and support for its member organizations through workplace giving campaigns, professional enrichment, community education, and a variety of innovative initiatives.

Community Shares member organizations improve our community by tackling the root causes of issues. They seek positive and innovate solutions to problems that affect us all. Investing in Community Shares today helps to ameliorate social, economic and environmental problems in Greater Cincinnati and reduces the costs that society (we) would otherwise have to pay to fix even larger problems in the future.

Food & Water Watch is a not-for-profit organization that works to ensure that the food, water, and fish consumed by the public is safe, accessible, and sustainably produced. It helps people take charge of where their food comes from; keeps clean, affordable, public tap water flowing freely to homes; protects the environmental quality of oceans; forces government to do its job protecting citizens; and educates about the importance of keeping the global commons — our shared resources — under public control.

In Ohio, Food & Water Watch is actively working to stop fracking and fracking waste disposal, as well as to address various food issues – from labeling genetically engineered foods to stopping the abuses of factory farms.