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$900K down, $4.1M to go: Laura and Paul Kitzmiller, Diana and David O’Brien of Anderson Township (Cincinnati) launch $5M IMPACT Fund at IMPACT Autism with $500,000 donation, establishing IMPACT Autism Endowment, anchoring Impact Innovation at The University of Cincinnati, celebrating 20-year anniversary of The Mayfield Golf Classic ~ ORGANIZERS: $400K in additional pledges have been secured ~ Mayfield Golf Classic at Coldstream Country Club Oct. 21, 2019 is sold-out, online auctions still open

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Press Release – Download Word doc: 900K down and four point one million to go – press release FINAL

$900K down, $4.1 Million To Go

Local Anderson Township couples Kitzmillers, O’Briens launch $5M Impact Fund with $500,000 donation, anchoring IMPACT Autism Endowment, funding Impact Innovation program at UC

 Campaign to raise $5M that will fund UC program started in 2014, serving autistic/challenged students.

Laura and Paul Kitzmiller, Diana and David O’Brien put their $$ where their hearts are.

Mayfield Golf Classic, supported by CORE Resources and IMPACT Autism, celebrates 20 years.

[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ October 19, 2019] Paul Kitzmiller, et al, have seen their local non-profit machine benefitting autistic kids and their families, IMPACT Autism, grow beyond any early expectations.

For years, there’s been a major golf outing fundraiser and telethon, raising hundreds of thousands (Mayfield Golf Classic, 20-year anniversary this Monday, Oct. 21, at Coldstream Country Club).

Then, a foundation (IMPACT Autism).

A few years ago, an expansion into technology, education and employment (Impact Innovation at UC).

Today, they are still all about community outreach, events, and strategic initiatives. But someone, something, or somebody needs to keep the lights on at IMPACT Autism, and the invaluable teachers and assistants at UC paid.

Enter: the new $5 million drive, announced in concert with the 20-year Mayfield Golf Classic. The money is currently being raised through donors and private individuals, as the “Impact Fund” campaign.

It will vest the IMPACT Autism Endowment, which finances Impact Innovation at UC. The major players are the Kitzmiller, Mayfield, and O’Brien families, IMPACT AutismCORE Resources Inc., and friends and supporters of all the aforementioned.

Kitzmiller, his wife Laura, and their lifelong friends Diana and David O’Brien – through their namesake charity, IMPACT Autism, and its main event, the upcoming Mayfield Golf Classic – have committed $500,000 to launch the endowment at IMPACT Autism.

Impact Innovation, a day program teaching real-world skills in an authentic collegiate environment, was launched in 2014 by IMPACT Autism and the University of Cincinnati. Another $400,000 has also been pledged from anonymous individuals.

The future is now at the University of Cincinnati, where its program for persons with intellectual disabilities has already helped over 150 students attend an engaging program.

Entering adulthood can be challenging for anyone. For those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, it can be extremely difficult,” said Paul Kitzmiller, president and CEO of CORE Resources Inc. of Anderson Township.

Their opportunities for meaningful employment and personal fulfillment are severely limited. Our program changes that, by immersing them in an inclusive, safe environment that allows individuals to learn, grow, and improve their own lives.”

IMPACT Autism was founded in 2006 by the Kitzmillers and O’Briens. Paul and Laura Kitzmiller and Diana (Mayfield) O’Brien are childhood friends. The O’Briens are raising triplets with severe autism.

Since 2006, IMPACT Autism has raised and donated more than $4 million to causes associated with dealing with autism.

Coming out of high school, the future can be overwhelming: What do they do now?” said Diana O’Brien.

With the help of some truly amazing people, that answer can be, ‘Next lives here, at the UC Impact Innovation program.’ “

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 Contact: Mr. Paul Kitzmiller (513) 309-1513 (txt-friendly) pkitzmiller@core-1.com

IMPACT Autism announces endowment $500K from Laura Paul Kitzmiller Diana David OBrien financing Impact Innovation at University of Cincinnati PR by Andy Hemmer

IMPACT Autism press release on $500K contribution from Laura and Paul Kitzmiller, Diana and David O’Brien, launching IMPACT Autism Endowment to finance Impact Innovation program for autistic and challenged students at the University of Cincinnati

Inspirational speaker Chet Manchester at Columbia Center in Cincinnati (Columbia-Tusculum) on March 30, 2014 (2 p.m.): ‘Roadmap for Life: Discover the Sermon on the Mount’ ~ sponsored by the Christian Science Churches of Cincinnati in Anderson, Hyde Park and Wyoming ~ http://www.christiansciencecincinnati.com

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Press ReleaseChet Manchester at Columbia Center in Cincinnati March 30 2014 Roadmap For Life Discover the Sermon on the Mount sponsored by the Christian Science Churches of Cincinnati in Anderson Hyde Park Wyoming

Inspirational speaker Chet Manchester will deliver "Roadmap for Life: Discover the Sermon on the Mount" at Columbia Center, Columbia-Tusculum, on Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 2 p.m. Sponsored by the Christian Science Churches of Cincinnati in Anderson, Hyde Park and West Chester.

Inspirational speaker Chet Manchester will deliver “Roadmap for Life: Discover the Sermon on the Mount” at Columbia Center, Columbia-Tusculum, on Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 2 p.m. Sponsored by the Christian Science Churches of Cincinnati in Anderson, Hyde Park and Wyoming.

Inspirational speaker Chet Manchester is slated to deliver a stirring talk, “Roadmap for Life: Discover the Sermon on the Mount” late this month at the Columbia Center in Columbia-Tusculum, sponsored by the Christian Science Churches of Anderson Township, Hyde Park and Wyoming.

In his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus left the world a map for going higher in life,” says Mr. Manchester.

He taught people how to love in the face of hatred, how to live without fear, and how to focus on what really matters. Come to this spirited public talk, and discover how this timeless message can be a practical guide in your life.”

Chet will share his own journey to Galilee, where Jesus first shared his revolutionary teachings. This free, inspirational talk is for people of all ages and faiths.

Mr. Manchester’s speech is sponsored by the Christian Science Churches of Cincinnati, with three locations in Anderson, Hyde Park and Wyoming. For more information about Christian Science Churches, please visit www.christiansciencecincinnati.com.

The heart and soul of Christian Science is love. It’s about feeling God’s goodness, and prayer that results in healings. This includes the resolution of relationships or financial difficulties, physical cures and transformed lives. There have been over 80,000 healings witnessed and published by The Christian Science Journal and Sentinel.

For more information about this event, please contact Nancy Hagan at (513) 899-9949. For media inquiries, please contact PR Director Andy Hemmer with Holland Advertising: Interactive at (513) 744-3009 (office) or ahemmer@hollandadvertising.com or (513) 604-5428 (mobile).

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Chet Manchester at Columbia Square in Cincinnati March 30 2014 sponsored by Christian Science Churches of Cincinnati in Anderson Hyde Park Wyoming

Gettin’ Bizzy on Beechmont: Multi-use developer Brandicorp welcomes TriHealth, First Financial Bank and BW3, breaking Beechmont Avenue ground for $8M commercial complex in your Cincinnati Business Courier today – thx, Jon!

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Mike Brandy and Brandicorp, in your Cincinnati Business Courier today.

PRESS RELEASE PDF: Beechmont, and The Business of Brandicorp – 8.10.12 Press Release by Andy Hemmer

GETTIN’ BIZZY ON BEECHMONT: Brandicorp Site Plan – Gettin’ Bizzy on Beechmont – in your Business Courier today – PR by Andy Hemmer

Beechmont, and The Business of Brandicorp

 $8M Beechmont Commercial Complex Opening in Early 2013, Nearing a Sell-Out:

Serving the Office/Medical, Retail and Restaurant Sectors.

On Board: TriHealth, First Financial, BW3, four new buildings; still room for tenants.

New 20,000–square-foot TriHealth facility anchors commercial complex on Beechmont.

Mike Brandy and Brandicorp gettin’ bizzy on Beechmont in today’s Cincinnati Business Courier – 8.10.12

[ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, Ohio ~ August 10, 2012] Brandicorp LLC, a multi-use developer and commercial real estate company owned by Cincinnatian Mike Brandy, remains a bright spot in the business of building, as witnessed by a recent groundbreaking for an $8 million, multi-use Beechmont Avenue commercial complex catering to the office/medical, retail and restaurant industries.

In standard Brandicorp fashion (www.brandicorp.com), the new complex at Beechmont Avenue and Asbury Road is on track to open almost 100 percent leased, early next year. Anchor tenant TriHealth leads the way.

The Anderson Township market has always been one of the strongest communities to do business in Greater Cincinnati,” said Mike Brandy, President of Brandicorp.

We’re very pleased, and excited, to be part of this type of multi-use project that we’re doing right in the heart of the Beechmont Avenue Corridor.”

Complementing the new 20,000-square-foot TriHealth facility, built as a stand-alone building as the centerpiece of the project, will be a 7,000-square-foot Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant; and a separate 3,000-square-foot building for a new First Financial Bank branch.

An additional 6,000-square-foot building has been designed for the site as well, and is still available. Brandicorp is handling leasing.

The 5.2-acre Beechmont Avenue and Asbury Road site is in Anderson Township, a quarter-mile east of the Beechmont/Five Mile Road intersection.

The township is in the process of upgrading its master plan for the area. The project was featured in a Cincinnati Business Courier story published todayhttp://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/print-edition/2012/08/10/brandicorp-starts-8m-project-on.html

TriHealth is expected to open late next year.

First Financial and BW3 will open in early 2013; the new BW3 restaurant will be a new prototype, with a unique schematic and features yet to be announced.

Brandicorp is a leading brand in the Greater Cincinnati and Midwestern retail, development, construction and restaurant scene.

Earlier this year, Brandicorp closed one of its biggest deals ever with the $37 million sale of Stone Creek Town Center in Colerain Township. Brandicorp began developing Stone Creek Town Center in 2005, and still maintains an interest in available restaurant outlots and land parcels.

For more information, please visit the Brandicorp website at www.brandicorp.com, or contact Brandicorp President Michael Brandy at (859) 292-8040 and/or mbrandy@brandicorp.com. Brandicorp CFO Larry Williams can also be reached at (859) 292-8040, and at lwilliams@brandicorp.com.

For media inquiries, please contact Mr. Andy Hemmer, President of AndyHemmer.com PR at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

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