News & Events

Summer Sunday

August 7, 2022

This casual summer evening of live music, delicious food, silent auction and raffle prizes, and more raises over $50,000 each year benefiting Welcome House of Northern Kentucky. That makes Summer Sunday our largest annual fundraising event! Read more >>

Household Shower

Spring 2023

We are all familiar with the tradition of showering a bride or mom-to-be with gifts to help them begin the next chapter of their lives and help them fill out their new home. For over 20 years, the Welcome House Outreach (WHO) has been hosting a Shower for families transitioning from homeless to home! Read more >>

Mardi Gras

February 21, 2023

We are thrilled to be back in person at our 31st annual Mardi Gras celebration! We look forward to seeing you at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center on March 1st! Read more >>



Little Red Dog Supports the Homeless

Local Author Supports Welcome House of Northern Kentucky A portion of the sales of the children's book by Northern Kentucky author, David W. Hickey, will support Welcome House's programs serving homeless men, women, and children in the area. Buy the book About the Book: "Little Red Dog and the... more

The Difference That School Supplies Make

Welcome House partners with local churches and companies to provide backpacks and school supplies to children experiencing homelessness. For many kids, back-to-school is the best time of the year. The excitement of crisp new notebooks, colorful pens, and a new backpack with their favorite design or... more

Host a Donation Drive

Are you looking for ways to volunteer and give back to those in need? Consider hosting a donation drive! Volunteering your time and effort to engage others in a donation drive is a great way to multiply the impact that one person can make! Here are 5 easy steps for hosting your own donation drive! Click... more

Giving Thanks This Tuesday

May 5, 2020 At Welcome House, we pride ourselves on our ability to help each individual client through their unique challenges and barriers, adjusting our programs to meet the ever-changing needs of the population we serve, and filling gaps in services. In recent years, we have launched a street... more