The Bold Goals represent the foundation on which we can more readily achieve our vision for a stronger community with a high quality of life for all. We've joined forces with Agenda 360 and Vision 2015 in shared oversight of the work. It's about the community coming together to achieve specific, measurable results in the areas of EDUCATION, INCOME and HEALTH.
Simple Actions Make Bold Goals A Reality
Learn how you or your organization can get involved and help achieve the Bold Goals. It's simple. Make a personal gift to GIVE back to the region. Be an ADVOCATE and champion the Bold Goals. Become a VOLUNTEER and lead community efforts that will result in lasting change.
Bold Goals. Bold Commitment.
More than 225 organizations -- including a who's who of the region's business community -- have endorsed the Bold Goals. Through endorsement, the organization pledges to:
actively work toward the attainment of at least one of the bold goals
participate in an annual review and report on the progress made toward attainment of the goals
participate in meetings where best practice is discussed and agree to promote the refinement of program strategies based on learnings
For information about endorsing the Bold Goals, e-mail Patricia Nagelkirk, Interim Vice President, Community Impact:firstname.lastname@example.org
The following organizations have endorsed the Bold Goals:
4C for Children
Adopt A Class
Akers Packaging Service Group
Allergy & Asthma Specialty Center
American Financial Group, Inc.
American Lung Association of Ohio
American Modern Insurance Group
American Red Cross Cincinnati Region
Aon Risk Solutions
Asian Community Alliance, Inc.
Atrium Medical Center
Baker & Hostetler LLP
The Bank of Kentucky
Bartlett & Co.
Batavia Local Schools
Beech Acres Parenting Center
Berenfield Containers, Inc.
Best Upon Request
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati
BRIDGES for a Just Community
Brighton Center, Inc.
Brown County Board of Commissioners
Brown County Educational Service Center
Butler County Educational Service Center
Cancer Family Care
Catholic Charities Diocese of Covington
Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio
Catholic Health Partners
Catholic Schools Office of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati
Central Bank & Trust Co.
CET and ThinkTV
JP Morgan Chase Foundation
Child Focus, Inc.
The Children's Home of Cincinnati
The Christ Hospital
Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council
Cincinnati Area Senior Services
Cincinnati Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati Early Learning Centers, Inc.
The Cincinnati Herald
The Cincinnati Insurance Companies
Cincinnati Union Bethel
Cincinnati Youth Collaborative
Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency
City of Cincinnati
City of Cincinnati Health Department
City of Middletown
Clermont Chamber of Commerce
Clermont County Board of Commissioners
Clermont County Community Services
Clermont County Educational Service Center
Clermont County Mental Health & Recovery Board
College of Mount St. Joseph
Community Building Institute, Miami University Middletown
Contech Engineered Solutions LLC
Cook & Logothetis, LLC
Council on Child Abuse
Crossroad Health Center
DCCH Center for Children and Families
Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Easter Seals TriState
Ernst & Young
Every Child Succeeds
Executive Service Corps of Cincinnati
Faith Community Alliance of Greater Cincinnati
Fayetteville-Perry School District
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Cincinnati Branch
Fifth Third Bank
Frost Brown Todd LLC
Fund Evaluation Group, LLC
Gateway Community & Technical College
Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road Council
Girl Scouts of Western Ohio
Greater Cincinnati Behavior Health Services
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Greater Cincinnati Health Council
Greater Cincinnati Microenterprise Initiative
Grant County Fiscal Court
Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation
Hamilton County Job & Family Services
Hamilton County Public Health
Health Care Access Now
The Health Collaborative
The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati
Hearing Speech & Deaf Center ofGreater Cincinnati
Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA
Holly Hill Children's Services
Hospice Care of Middletown
Huntington National Bank
Hyde Park Center for Older Adults
International Paper and xpedx
The Andrew Jergens Foundation
Jewish Family Service of the Cincinnati Area
Jewish Federation of Cincinnati
Jewish Vocational Service
Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates
Kao USA Inc.
Katz, Teller, Brant & Hild
Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL
The Kroger Co.
LaVERDAD Marketing & Media
Leadership Council of Human ServicesExecutives
Learning Through Art, Inc.
Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati
Legg Mason Investment Counsel
The Life Learning Center
LISC Greater Cincinnati & NorthernKentucky
Madisonville Education and Assistance Center (MEAC)
Mental Health Advocacy Coalition
Mental Health America of Southwest Ohio
Mercy Health Partners - Southwest Ohio
Mercy Neighborhood Ministries, Inc.
Middletown Area Senior Citizens, Inc.
Middletown City Schools
Middletown Community Foundation
Middletown Kiwanis International
MidPointe Library System
Monroe Local School District
The News Democrat, Georgetown, Ohio
The Nielsen Company
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Northern Kentucky Education Council
Northern Kentucky Independent District Health Department
Northern Kentucky University
Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board
Ohio College Access Network
Ohio National Financial Services, Inc.
Park National Bank
The Partnership for Mental Health, Inc.
People Working Cooperatively
Plante & Moran, PLLC
Primary Health Solutions
The Procter & Gamble Company
Pro Seniors, Inc.
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
The Ripley Bee
The Salvation Army of Greater Cincinnati
Santa Maria Community Services
SC Ministry Foundation
The E.W. Scripps Company
Scripps Howard Foundation
Senior Services of Northern Kentucky
Soroptimist International of Middletown, Ohio
Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board
St. Elizabeth Healthcare
St. Joseph Orphanage
Starfire Council of Greater Cincinnati
Strategies to End Homelessness
The Strive Partnership
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
TechSoft Systems, Inc.
Thompson Hine LLP
Total Quality Logistics
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc.
Tri-State Center for Financial Training
Union Institute & University
United Way of Greater Cincinnati
United Way Success By 6®
University of Cincinnati
Urban League of Greater Cincinnati
Vail Rubber Works, Inc., Middletown Roll Service Center
VISIONS Community Services
Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Cincinnati& Northern Kentucky
Volunteers of America of Kentucky
Western Brown Local Schools
Western & Southern Financial Group
Williamsburg Local School District
YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
YWCA of Greater Cincinnati
Looking for More Information?
The following documents are available so that you may share the Bold Goals work with your own stakeholders.
Bold Goals Visual & Data – The Goals are presented under the categories of Education, Income and Health. The following document contains the Bold Goals visual and the data that provides a baseline of where we are and where we need to go.
Bold Goals Endorsements as of April 19, 2013 – In less than 18 months, more than 225 businesses, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, health care providers, and government entities have formally endorsed the Bold Goals.
Strategy Visuals. The Bold Goals are at the center of the pie; the categories of work surrounding the Goals reflect what will be necessary to achieve the Goals; the next ring illustrates how the strategies are linked to the benchmarks; and, the "pie crust" shows the influencing factors, which are consistent for each of the visuals.
In Winter 2011, Stanford Social Innovation Review published the article "Collective Impact." The article outlines The Five Conditions of Collective Success, which were used to guide the Bold Goals work.