Hamilton County Charity & Non Profit

Find Hamilton County Ohio charities and nonprofits. Charities and nonprofits provide information on charitable donations, jobs, volunteering, and events.


Adopt A Class Foundation 2153 West 8th Street Cincinnati OH 45204 513-244-8075


Alliance For Chemical Safety 31 Triangle Park Drive Cincinnati OH 45246 513-612-3074

American Lung Association 4050 Executive Park Drive Cincinnati OH 45241 513-985-3990

Anthony Munoz Foundation 8919 Rossash Road Cincinnati OH 45236 513-772-4900

Asap Center 3805 Edwards Road Cincinnati OH 45209 513-458-6640

Aubrey Rose Foundation 3862 Race Road Cincinnati OH 45211 513-265-5801

Autism Society 8120 Maxfield Lane Cincinnati OH 45243 513-561-2300

Beth Tevillah Mikveh Society 2455 Section Road Cincinnati OH 45237 513-351-0609

Bethesda Foundation 619 Oak Street Cincinnati OH 45206 513-569-6575

Cambridge Charitable Foundation 105 East 4th Street Cincinnati OH 45202 513-241-5748

Cincinnati Association for The Blind and Visually Impaired 2045 Gilbert Avenue Cincinnati OH 45202 513-221-8558

Cincinnati Astronomical Society 5274 Zion Road Cleves OH 45002 513-941-1981

Cincinnati Bar Association 225 East 6th Street Cincinnati OH 45202 513-381-8213

Cincinnati Paralegal Association 421 Anderson Ferry Road Cincinnati OH 45238 513-244-1266

Cincinnati Parks Foundation 421 Oak Street Cincinnati OH 45219 513-886-5817

Cincinnati Preservation Association 342 West 4th Street Cincinnati OH 45202 513-721-4506

Cincysmiles Foundation 635 West 7th Street Cincinnati OH 45203 513-621-0248

Civic Garden Center of Cincinnati 2715 Reading Road Cincinnati OH 45206 513-221-0981

Clifton Senior MultiService 900 Rue De La Paix Cincinnati OH 45220 513-861-6934

Contact Center 1227 Vine Street Cincinnati OH 45202 513-381-4242

About Charities & Non Profits

What is the difference between a Charity and a Non-Profit?

Charities are Non-Profit organizations, but not all Non-Profits are Charities. Non-profit corporations do not collect profits to benefit any individual. The purpose of the organization determines its classification—Charities are organized to collect money to benefit the general public. If a Non-Profit earns less than a third of its income from public solicitation, the Internal Revenue Service does not classify it as a Charity.

Do Charities have to register with the government?

Yes, in order to benefit from tax-exempt status, Charities must register and file with the state and comply with the federal tax guidelines of the Internal Revenue Service. There are multiple ways to organize and register a Charity depending on the state and the Charity's purpose.

Are donations to a Charity tax-deductible?

In certain cases, Charity donations may be tax-deductible. Some Charities allow donors to make tax-deductible contributions to the organization. However, only Charities that are organized as 501(c)(3) groups allow donors to make tax-deductible contributions.