Support Non-Profit

The Team at Reliance Technology Solutions enjoys spending time within our community. Here are a few of the Non-Profits that we have currently have fun supporting.

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Cure SMA formerly know as Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy (FSMA) is a national organization dedicated to promoting and supporting research, helping families cope through informational programs and support, and educating the public and the medical community about SMA.

Walk and Roll 2018



As members of the OKI Chapter of Cure SMA we participate in the organization of the annual Walk and Roll, enjoy time with local children at Chapter events and give support to families dealing with this devastating disease. For more information go to





Kiwanis is a community service organization that focuses on changing the world one child and one community at a time. As a member of the Mason Kiwanis we come together to raise funds through an annual pancake breakfast and golf tournament for scholarships for local Mason students and to support children’s needs such as the Mason Schools Back-Pack program.

Kiwanis Reds Game with Mary Haven Youth Group



Service hours are also given with local projects including yard clean up for the senior residents in Mason and food pantry collection. Lunch meetings are held every Thursdays at Houston Inn in Mason at 12pm. For more information go to






Rotary International is a service organization that believes in Service Above Self. Part of the International mission is to eradicate Polio worldwide. As a member of the Mason-Deerfield Rotary Club support is also given to International projects such as clean water in Nicaraguan villages in need.

Rotary Service at Matthew 25


Local fundraisers including the Reverse Raffle and annual Golf Outing dinner help support scholarships for Mason and Kings students and to help in needs such as fire safety house for education used by local fire stations in Mason and Deerfield Twp.

Service hours are also given collecting for food pantries and participating in 9/11 day of service with various projects. Breakfast meetings are Tuesdays at the NE Cincinnati Marriott at 7.30am. For more information go to





A Brush of Hope works with school age children in workshops and classes which are offered at a Lebanon studio and in school enrichment programs that are designed to provide support and build character during this challenging time in their lives.

Summer Art Camp at A Brush of Hope


The art curriculum are crafted to teach leadership skills, coping mechanisms, conflict resolution and personal accountability while boosting the child’s self esteem and ability to build healthy  relations. 





“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” — Winston Churchill

Heritage Day Parade representing Kiwanis and Rotary