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Field Renovation and Community Makeover

Community Makeover

About the Community Makeover
The Community Makeover is designed to bring together some of Cincinnati’s oldest and most iconic institutions together with local community partners to make a transformative and sustainable impact on a Cincinnati neighborhood while strengthening youth baseball and softball programs.

Beginning in 2010, P&G and the Reds Community Fund have partnered for the Community Makeover with the Cincinnati Zoo joining the partnership in 2013 bringing a wealth of experience in horticulture, sustainable design and maintenance to the projects. Cincinnati Children’s and Interact For Health became a part of the collaboration in 2013 and Kroger came onboard in 2017.

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PAST COMMUNITY MAKEOVER PROJECTS

  • 2019: St. Bernard – Ross Park, Frank Robinson Field and St. Bernard Community Room
  • 2018: Roselawn – New Prospect Baptist Church and the Summit Center
  • 2017: Evanston – Hoffman School, Hoffman Ballfields and Wayne Lurix Memorial Nature Playscape
  • 2016: Lower Price Hill – Evans Field and playground, Community Gardens and Joe Williams Family Center
  • 2015: West End – Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses, Sands School playground and Dyer Ballfields
  • 2014: South Cumminsville – Wayne Ballfields and Millvale Recreation Center
  • 2013: Avondale – Gabriel’s Place, Hirsch Recreation Center and Hirsch ballfields
  • 2012: Cheviot – Memorial Fields, historic grandstand and Cheviot Memorial Fieldhouse
  • 2011: North College Hill – High school field and community center plus youth field in Winton Place
  • 2010: Winton Place – Brandon Phillips Field and P&G Field

2020 FIELD RENOVATION GRANT APPLICATION

GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS

Grant is closed and will re-open October 2020

If you have any questions please e-mail [email protected]