See below to learn about all the great things United Way is doing for our communities.
Seven Greater Cincinnati companies have pledged $10,000 a piece to compete in a walking challenge to benefit United Way’s Collective Impact on Heath initiative.
300 local volunteers from 11 area banks helped more than 4,000 7th and 8th graders learn how to save for their futures.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation awarded United Way of Greater Cincinnati and Brighton Center $850,000 each to fund projects to fight generational poverty in Greater Cincinnati.
United Way campaign chair Kevin T. Kabat announced a goal of $62 million at today’s campaign kickoff on Fountain Square.