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Hatton Foundation Continues Dedication to Honoring Fathers

Posted on: December 26, 2019

CINCINNATI— Talbert House is honored to announce that its 12th annual Fatherhood Celebration Luncheon will be sponsored by the Hatton Foundation. Thanks to the continued commitment of the Hatton Foundation, all funds raised at the event will directly support the men receiving services through the Fatherhood Project.

The $80,000 grant, in two annual payments of $40,000, marks a six year pledge by the Hatton Foundation to cover all costs associated with the luncheon. According to Neil Tilow, President and CEO, “on behalf of the men and families who benefit from their generosity, we want to thank the Hatton Foundation for their exceptional dedication to the Fatherhood Project.”

Talbert House’s Fatherhood Luncheon honors fathers from both the community and the Fatherhood Project, a program that assists men in their efforts to be responsible, committed and nurturing fathers. The annual event recognizes Fathers of the Year and raises funds allowing Talbert House to provide services at no charge to fathers in the Greater Cincinnati area.

The Hatton Foundation is an independent grant-making foundation created in 1997 upon the death of E. Kenneth Hatton, M.D. Dr. Hatton was a general practitioner with an office in Bond Hill. Serving on the board of the foundation are Steve Scherzinger, President, Bob Robinson, Vice President, Kim Beach, Treasurer, Carlene Robinson, Secretary, Walt Lunsford, Executive Director and Trustees: Margaret Lunsford, Chase Lunsford, Tamara Anderson and Michael Stenger. The foundation primarily supports projects in the eight-county Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area.

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Talbert House is empowering children, adults and families to live healthy, safe and productive lives. Operating within five service lines: Addictions, Community Care, Community Corrections, Housing and Mental Health, Talbert House serves over 24,200 clients face to face and an additional 80,200 through prevention services throughout Southwest Ohio.