Cincinnati Union Bethel

Name of Non-Profit Organization * Cincinnati Union Bethel
Today’s Date: * Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Organization’s website https://www.cubcincy.org
EIN / 501(C)(3)Number * 31-0536655
What year did your organization receive it’s non-profit status? * 1830
Address * 2401 Reading Rd. Unit 1
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
United States
County * Hamilton
Your Name * Bralynda Watkins
Your Title * Chief Operating Officer
Your email address * bwatkins@cubcincy.org
Your Phone Number (513) 768-6934
Executive Director’s Name * Beth Schwartz
Executive Director’s email address * bschwartz@cubcincy.org
What is the mission of your organization?
Cincinnati Union Bethel empowers women to break the cycles of poverty, addiction and human trafficking. Since 1830, CUB has responded to the human service needs of our city and today we have three impact areas: Off the Streets, a recovery program for female survivors of human trafficking & substance use disorders; Anna Louise Inn, a housing and supportive services program for women at risk of homelessness; and Cincinnati Scholar House, a program for single-parent college students and their children with the goal of breaking the cycle of poverty two generations at a time through affordable housing, education and supportive services. CUB’s vision is a community of resilient women with the skills and confidence to thrive.
Which social causes (up to 3 choices) does your agency address through its programming? * ·       (7) Equality & Social Justice

·       (11) Poverty

Any comments about your selections you would like to share with the student philanthropists?
Cincinnati Union Bethel, the longest continuously operating social service agency in Cincinnati, was founded in 1830. The agency’s first programs were provided to boatmen and their families traveling the Ohio River. As Cincinnati Union Bethel moved from riverboats to its first settlement house, services were added to meet the growing needs of Cincinnati families. CUB pioneered the first free kindergarten, the first free health clinic, the first dormitory at the University of Cincinnati and the first women’s residence facility, the Anna Louise Inn, built in 1909. In 2012, Cincinnati Union Bethel provided services to over 1,000 individuals in the areas of early childhood education, housing, and supportive services for survivors of human trafficking, exploitation and woman recovering from substance abuse. Currently, in 2020, CUB continues to remain relevant and keep up with the changing needs in our community. Pervasive poverty, especially for single female led households, mental health instability, drug addiction and lack of social justice and equity are some of the major issues plaguing our community today. In response to those community needs, currently CUB runs three programs: The Anna Louise Inn, now an affordable housing building that provides supportive services designed to empower woman to retain housing, and find emotional stability and self-sufficiency; Off The Streets, a shelter for woman recovering from drug addiction and who have survived the horrors of human trafficking; and our newest program, the Cincinnati Scholar House, an affordable housing program with supportive services and onsite child development center designed to empower single parents, who are also full time students to complete their education, break the cycle of poverty and create a sustainable future for themselves and their children. CUB’s vision is a community of resilient women who have the skills and confidence to thrive.
Does your organization have volunteer opportunities available for students? * Yes, Grades 9 – 12
List possible volunteer opportunities -or- a link to where they can be found on the web. Homework Help at Cincinnati Scholar House
Bingo
Leading fun social and recreational activities for any of our three programs: Off The Streets (OTS), Cincinnati Scholar House (CSH) or Anna Louise Inn (ALI)
Event Coordinator (Resident Picnic, etc.)
Volunteer coordinator Jenny Jones
Volunteer coordinator’s email address jjones@cubcincy.org
Volunteer coordinator’s phone number (513) 768-6933