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A Better Community

At Fischer Homes, "building a better community" goes beyond constructing houses. It means actively contributing to the communities that welcome us. We partner with local businesses and organizations to support and uplift our neighborhoods. Our initiatives include collaborations with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, creating interactive spaces at local attractions, and providing ongoing support to local charities. At Fischer Homes, we are dedicated to expanding our positive impact and fostering vibrant, thriving communities.

St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway

Fischer Homes is a proud partner of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. We are honored to be the first builder in the country to construct and give away three homes in one year in Greater Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville! With the support of local partners and vendors, Fischer Homes has built 29 St. Jude Dream Homes, raising over $26 million in the fight against childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Fischer Homes is honored to be selected by St. Jude to help raise the critical funds necessary to ensure that no family should ever receive a bill - because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.

St. Jude families never receive a bill from the hospital - all of the care, medication, travel and other expenses are free of charge to the families there. This allows them to focus on what's most important - the care of their sick child, and the focus they need to give to the rest of their family. All of the technology developed at St. Jude is donated to other hospitals around the world. As progress is made fighting cancer with a new protocol or treatment this is shared with other research centers and hospitals around the globe to help children from every region. Please be sure to check back often for updates on each of our campaigns.

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Kings Island Family Care Center

Fischer Homes is proud to partner with Kings Island Amusement Park in Mason, Ohio and to offer the Family Care Center at the park. In an effort to make the Park an even more family-friendly venue for guests Fischer Homes designers worked with the Park to Design and Construct a home specifically to meet the needs of parents.

This family-friendly home has refrigeration for milk and medication, a nursing suite for new moms and newborns, changing tables, restrooms. Older children will also enjoy a lounge space where they can watch TV in relaxing sports-themed chair or they can eat with their family in the cafe space. Parents can also charge their cell phones at the charging stations inside. Stop by the Family Care Center during your next Kings Island trip to enjoy all of the comforts of home while you are at Kings Island.


Great American Ballpark

New moms can relax and enjoy the game in the Pampers Nursing Suite Built By Fischer Homes at Great American Ballpark. Fischer Homes designed, decorated and built this space inside Great American ballpark so that new moms would have the ideal space to feed, change, and relax with their newborns while still being able to see and enjoy the game in these themed space. Rockers are available inside and outside the space and the patio space outside is also open to families to use. The feedback on this space has been tremendous and Fischer Homes is proud to have partnered in this effort.


Cincinnati Museum Center

"Welcome Home" at the Cincinnati Museum Center in Kids' Town was made possible by Fischer Homes. This interactive experience allows children to gain a deeper understanding of their homes in a creative and imaginative way. Features include a full kitchen, laundry room, living room furniture, scented plants, and more. Find Fischer Homes' touches throughout the renovated home, including the iconic red door, board & batten siding, shiplap fireplace, and open-concept floorplan. At Fischer Homes, we design spaces every day where families live and grow, and "Welcome Home" allows children to better understand the place they call home.