Project Access: Data Driven to Success

Project Access consistently re-evaluates our practices in order to operate at optimal efficiency. One area we're taking a closer look at this year is our data management system which is essential to tracking resident participation, capturing social impact data, and helping us make informed decisions on programming. Since 2020 we have taken a serious [...]

2022-02-16T16:55:56+00:00February 16th, 2022|News|

A Decision Made Easy for Super Bowl Sunday

Ohio is a beautiful state. Cincinnati is a wonderful city. Unfortunately, we don’t have communities or Resource Centers located in either one (at least not yet!). That’s the disappointing news. The good news? It makes our support and enthusiasm for the Los Angeles Rams so much easier! We can cheer-on the Rams in Super [...]

2022-02-11T22:10:41+00:00February 11th, 2022|News|

Project Access Celebrates National Pizza Day and Valentine’s Day

Love and pizza (or the love of pizza) combine today as we celebrate both National Pizza Day and anticipate the charm and romance of Valentine’s Day (this coming Monday, February 14). Across the country many Project Access Resource Centers are going to permeate with love and the aroma of enticing pizza as community events [...]

2022-02-09T18:44:59+00:00February 9th, 2022|News|

Community Building One Event Or Program at a Time

One of our four core programs here at Project Access is Community Building, which encompasses family/senior community events, safety awareness, and emergency preparedness. As highlighted by the National Governor’s Association in 2017, place-based strategies are effective local solutions to poverty and address community-level problems such as poor housing, social isolation, and fragmented service provisions. [...]

2022-02-07T20:51:29+00:00February 7th, 2022|News|

On This Groundhog’s Day We Predict Accomplished Goals

Today is Groundhog Day. As the old German superstition states, if a groundhog emerges from its burrow on February 2 and sees its shadow it will go back into its den and anticipate six more weeks of winter; if it does not sees its shadow, it’s a good omen that spring will arrive early. [...]

2022-02-02T19:25:59+00:00February 2nd, 2022|News|
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