Director of CISE
100 East Eighth Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: (513) 421-3131 ext. 2755
CISE – Weekend Food for Kids Program
For many Catholic Inner-city School students in Cincinnati, the food they receive in school on Friday is their last meal of the week. We have a goal to find 198 friends to feed ONE child. So far we have 73 committed gifts – that’s 125 to go. YOU CAN HELP! Just $14 a month will provide weekend food for a child so he or she can come to school on Monday, nourished and ready to learn. More
Claude and Sara Davis Chair 2016 CISE Campaign
The Advisory Board of Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund (CISE) is pleased to announce that Claude and Sara Davis have graciously accepted the CISE Campaign Co-chairmanship for the 2016 Fundraising Campaign.
Claude and Sara have spent a great deal of time in the CISE schools, meeting the teachers, staff and students. They believe strongly in the transformative power of a strong education, and have chosen the CISE campaign as their personal cause in Cincinnati’s ongoing struggle against childhood poverty. More
Thank you messages from CISE students.
Read transcripts of 8th Grade students’ remarks by clicking on their photo below.
The CISE Difference is Hope.
Lucy May of WCPO.com recently published a series of articles on childhood poverty and included an excellent piece on CISE. Read it here.
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CISE works to transform the lives of urban children by providing access to a strong Catholic education at designated inner-city schools and Catholic high schools. Gospel values are taught in an environment of respect, safety and discipline. CISE works with the schools to promote excellence through collaboration and accountability.
In 1980, Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund (CISE) was established to help combat poverty in Cincinnati’s inner-city neighborhoods. Catholic schools had educated generations of immigrants and helped get them on the road to prosperity and full participation in American society. CISE was founded to give all children, regardless of their religious backgrounds and economic circumstances, the opportunity to receive a quality education at a neighborhood Catholic school.
Nearly 2,000 students are benefitting from the generosity of CISE donors. There are 1,800 students receiving a quality education in the eight CISE elementary schools. In addition, there are nearly 200 CISE school graduates attending Catholic high schools with the help of the CISE High School Grant Program.