Douglas Adams, senior vice president at PNC bank, and former Mariemont Councilman was recently featured in Venue Magazine as an outstanding community volunteer.
His outstanding Civic Involvement includes: Boy Scouts of America, Cincinnati Community Toolbank; Cincinnati Zoo Foundation; Cincinnati Reds Community Fund; Phi Kappa Tau National Fraternity; Cincinnati Arts and Technology Center; American Institute of Public Services; Rotary Club of Cincinnati; Leadership Cincinnati; Leadership Action; Campaign for Sight in the Dark; Big Tree House Project; Mariemont Recreation Association; Cincinnatus Association; Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity; Clermont County Chamber of Commerce; Answers in Genesis; Volunteers of America; Birdies for the Brave/ Wounded Warriors; Agenda 360; Lunken Airport; Ohio foundation of Independent Colleges; United Way; Fine Arts Fund; March of Dimes; Hamilton County SPCA
When asked: “Why are you passionate about the volunteer organizations you are affiliated with?” He responds: “Being able to be on the ground floor of starting a new nonprofit organization in Cincinnati that provides a service that no other nonprofit organization does is a unique experience, one that not many get the chance to do. The Cincinnati Community ToolBank is positioned to help other nonprofits, community groups, and civic organizations take on larger and more frequent projects be equipping all their volunteers with the tools they need to complete these projects. By using the ToolBank’s extensive inventory of tools instead of buying the tools they need for their projects enables these organizations to save money that can then be used for their specific mission. This makes our community a better place to live, work, and play, and helps build our community.”