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Queen City 5K July 27, 2019

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R.A.I.S.E Support System

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The Queen City Foundation

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To help students reach academic excellence by exposing them to resources and programs that prepare students to be productive, creative, ethical, engaged citizens and leaders with an informed global perspective.


To provide educational opportunities and resources for minority students through independent college preparatory schools and academic enriching programs, thus enriching our whole community.


The Queen City Foundation was born of noble aspirations, matured through trial and error, and carried forward by the devoted work of committed volunteers. Queen City Foundation was the brain child of Dr. John A. Ordway,

We need your support

QCF has a lot of ways for you to help!

Cash Donations

Use PayPal with a credit card, or send a check.

Monthly Giving

A little each month goes a long way for QCF.

In-kind Donation

Items and services that benefit our students and families.


Make a donation in lieu of a gift. We’ll send a card.

Planned Giving

Leave a legacy.

Payroll Deduction

You can designate QCF when you donate through your employer.

Sponsorship opportunities

Educational Resource Fair, Queen City 5K,Teen Diversity Summit, Saluteto Scholar Banquet , Queen City Foundation Honors and other educational enrichment program.

Give your time!

Volunteer opportunities abound.

Queen City Foundation is a not-for-profit, 501(C) 3 Organization, donations are tax deductible. Please contact our staff at [email protected] or 513-655-5402 to get involved today.

Latest News

Newsletter #1
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Queen City Foundation Newsletter HABARI GANI #1

This is the first edition of the HABARI GANI publication. HABARI GANI is Swahili for “What’s the news?” Click to read more about what Queen City Foundation has done throughout the 2013-2014 school year. Newsletter #1

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News and Photos


On April 13, 2013 at St. Ursula Academy the R.A.I.S.E. Teen Diversity Summit Committee presented B.O.U.N.C.E. (Building*Opportunities*Unity*Cultual*Networking*Equality*) This event gave our local high school students an opportunity to discuss diversity, race relations, community issues, leadership development and personal responsibility.

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Where are our students now?

T. Moore, II

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]racy’s list of first, include graduating first in his class at The Summit Country Day School (Class of 2002); being the first African-American President of the Ohio Junior Classical League; and being First Class Marshall (President) of the Class of 2006 at Harvard College. He was a National Merit and Achievement Scholarship Finalist. He received

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Dr. E. Anderson

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ince I walked across the bridge of educational opportunity provided by the Queen City Foundation I have never looked back. The Queen City Foundation opened up a New [pullquote_right] The Queen City Foundation opened up a New World to me[/pullquote_right]World to me and allowed for me to cultivate a sense of confidence. I wasn’t afraid to

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M. Newland

[dropcap]Q[/dropcap]ueen City Foundation guided me through invaluable experiences at Bethany School and The Seven Hills School. I remain grateful for all of the lessons learned through their support, two of which have significantly shaped my value system. There is a school where one can reach his or her full potential—it just may not be close

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2020 Queen City 5k Run

July 25,2020 at 8am

Queen City Foundation Honors Program 2020