The Greater Cincinnati Community is Important To Us At Ohana
We donate 2% of our revenues to charities in the area that we feel are making a positive impact in our community and beyond. Our team members also volunteer their time to support areas of personal interest. We are proud members of:
Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) - Cultivates a future in which sustainable and organic farmers thrive, local food nourishes our communities, and agricultural practices protect and enhance our environment.
Green Umbrella - The leading alliance working to maximize the environmental sustainability of Greater Cincinnati, with the goal of having one of the top 10 sustainable metro areas in the nation.
Welcome to Our Ohana
Ohana \ 'oh-hah-nah \ n. [Hawaiian]
Ohana means family. Derived from Hawaiian culture, the word "Ohana" is used to describe one's support system. This may include their family, friends and various communities or groups.
Ohana proudly supports
This organization supports the development of educational programs for farmers, in collaborative partnership with soil experts, regenerative farming thought leaders, and human health professionals. Their goal is the regeneration of 5 million acres of farmland by 2025.
Offers tranquility and solace among more than 1,700 acres of forests, fields, streams and ponds. With nearly 20 miles of award-winning trails on two picturesque properties, the Nature Center provides spectacular experiences for people of all ages during all seasons.
Dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's ocean, waves and beaches, for all people. They have local chapters that fight for plastic reduction, ocean protection, beach access, coastal preservation and clean water.
This organization helps improve the lives of those in our community by helping to eliminate hunger. Their mission is to create a hunger-free, healthy, and thriving community.
A leading organization that connect volunteers and change makers around the Greater Cincinnati region to design and implement better volunteer engagement for a more equitable society. There are opportunities to help support the areas youth, seniors, poverty, health amongst others.
Helping to give hope to homeless and abused animals.
Ohana’s Footprint in our Community
CHCA 6th Grade Volleyball Team celebrating their tournament runner-up finish
Chris with his 2016 Special Olympics Hamilton County State Soccer Team
Chris with his 2018 Special Olympics Ski Team
Chris clearing out invasive Honeysuckle trees on the Western Wildlife Corridor
Chris and Jeff with the owners of Fibonacci Brewing.
Chris and Jeff with Kevin from the FreeStore Foodbank who runs The Giving Field
Organizations with Products or Services we feel are helping to create a better world
Visitors to this Indian Hill location can discover the magic in music and art, explore the science of agriculture and nutrition, and reveal secrets of farming and gardening. Their farm store is always stocked with fresh grown produce and meats.
One of the areas leading environmentally friendly and regenerative farms based in Indian Hill. You can buy their produce, meats, or just hang out for the day.
When you can’t buy local, this organization will send you various types of meats and poultry on demand. They organize and educate small farms on regenerative soil practices with a focus on animal welfare and the environment. All animals are raised in the U.S. and processed at their own facility to ensure quality.
A nanobrewery in Mt. Healthy that focuses on using local and organic ingredients in their beers. They also have a small farm on site and are big supporters of the Cincinnati area and various charities.
*These are just a few of the products and services that members of Ohana support and enjoy. We do not endorse or receive any compensation for any recommendations made.