Cincinnati Eastside Rotary members brought Halloween cheer to the campus of Child Focus by hosting a Halloween celebration at the agency’s Union Twp. campus on Wednesday, October 30. The children served by Child Focus participated in Halloween-themed games with prizes and enjoyed stories delivered by Rotarians. The children also explored the Rotary-crafted indoor pumpkin patch where each child selected a pumpkin to take home!

Children of Child Focus enjoy a story from Dan Otke.

“We’re delighted to be sharing some Halloween spirit and the principles of Rotary,” remarked Cincinnati Eastside Rotary President, Dr. Greg Sojka. “Often the children served have faced significant challenges and hardships, and in the spirit of service above self, Rotary continues to support the important mission of Child Focus.”

Child Focus serves more than 20,000 children, families and adults annually through a broad range of early learning, mental health, school, foster care and community services.  Child Focus supports 12 counties and more than 68 schools in southwest Ohio through outpatient therapy, diagnostic testing, psychiatric services, partial hospitalization, mental health prevention and support services. Additionally, Child Focus offers parenting education, independent living and preparation, early learning programs, before and after school programs, and professional training.  

FMI: https://www.child-focus.org/

Cincinnati Eastside Rotary celebrate Halloween at Child Focus.

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