Our Partners

The Camp Washington Community Council was chartered in September 1981. The City of Cincinnati officially recognizes Camp Washington Community Council as the officially citizens’ civic organization representing Camp Washington. We provide a public, respectful, open forum for Camp Washington residents and businesses to express concerns, issues, and ideas to make Camp a better place. Meetings are held at 7:00 PM monthly on every second Monday at 1201 Stock Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45225.

The Camp Washington Community Board, Inc. is a development corporation founded in 1975 that specializes in saving, rehabbing, and selling single-family houses in Camp. These houses have been abandoned, foreclosed, or are in terrible shape. The community board puts these houses back on line, first by completely renovating the homes, and, then, by finding good homeowners to live in them.

The Camp Washington Business Association was re-started in March 2006 (from the original Camp Washington Business Men’s Club, 1909). The business association has seventy (70) paid member companies. It has four goals: business networking, communication, promote safety, and, advocate interests. Much of our business is conducted through monthly luncheons.

The mission of the Camp Washington Urban Farm (CWUF) is to increase access to locally produced food for residents of Camp Washington area food desert. Our vision is to transform an underutilized urban space into an urban farm to provide greenery, produce natural food, grow community-wide partnerships, and foster principles of teamwork through teaching, working, harvesting, and, eating.

The Camp Washington Community School was chartered February 1988. We hold G.E.D. and tutoring classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM – the classes are free to all, and there is no appointment necessary. Our instructor is Anne Skove, who provides individualized instruction after determining where the student needs help most.

Mad Max Bingo Hall helps us raise money for our efforts in revitalizing Camp Washington. Mad Max Bingo is owned and operated by the Camp Washington Community School to provide support for this mission.


Spaces to Places is a comprehensive community-based workshop series in partnership with the University of Cincinnati, designed to engage and empower neighbors to enhance the physical and social character of their community. Every year we select a different neighborhood to bring together students, professionals, volunteers, and community groups for creative placemaking. This year its Camp Washington.