OUR AGENCY & COMMUNITY PARTNERS

United Way brings together a powerful and tight-knit network of agency and community partners that specialize in a variety of impact areas.

United, We Can

Building a strong community where all people can thrive depends on your generous support.

MEET OUR AGENCY & COMMUNITY PARTNERS

United Way harnesses the collective power of resources to achieve results no one of our partners can achieve on its own.

We work with agencies and families, lifting them out of poverty, opening up educational opportunities, providing access to healthcare and bringing relief in times of crisis. We repair and build stronger foundations that address pervasive, systemic gaps for people in our community and, at the same time, tackle immediate needs for those impacted by personal disasters and misfortune, like the COVID-19 pandemic.

By working with social services agencies, governmental agencies, community leaders, donors and more, we wrap our community in unending support.

Backed by the power of generous donors, hardworking agency teams and solution-seeking community advocates, United Way demonstrates that we can accomplish more when we stand UNITED TOGETHER.


The following is the most recent list of our agency partners as of July 12, 2021:



• 4C for Children• HealthPoint Family Care
• 55 North Hyde Park Multi-Service Center for Older Adults• Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati
• Aaron W. Perlman Center• Heart House, Inc.
• Abilities First• Highpoint Health – Health Navigation
• Adams Brown Counties Economic Opportunities, Inc.• Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions
• Addiction Services Council• Hope House Rescue Mission
• American Cancer Society - Greater Cincinnati• Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME)
• BAWAC, Inc.• Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati, Inc.
• Be Concerned Inc.• Jewish Family Service of the Cincinnati Area
• Beech Acres Parenting Center• Kennedy Heights Montessori Center
• Bethany House Services, Inc.• Learning Grove
• Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County• Legal Aid of the Bluegrass
• Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati• Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati
• Boy Scouts of America - Dan Beard Council• Life Learning Center
• Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati• LifeTime Resources, Inc.
• Breakthrough Cincinnati, Inc.• Lighthouse Youth & Family Services
• Brighton Center, Inc.• Madisonville Education and Assistance Center (MEAC)
• Brown County Educational Service Center• Mayerson JCC
• Brown County Helping Hands• Meals on Wheels Southwest OH & Northern KY*
• Brown County Senior Citizens Council• Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio
• Cancer Family Care, Inc.• MORTAR
• Caracole, Inc.• New Hope Services, Inc.
• Catholic Charities Diocese of Covington• New Horizons Rehabilitation, Inc.
• Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio• New Path Child & Family Solutions**
• Center for Addiction Treatment• New Perceptions, Inc.
• Center for Employment Opportunities• Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, Inc.
• Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington• Northern Kentucky Education Council
• Central Clinic• One Community, One Family
• Central Connections• People Working Cooperatively, Inc.
• Child Focus, Inc.• Per Scholas
• Children's Law Center• Power Inspires Progress
• Churches Active in Northside• Pro Seniors, Inc.
• Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired• ProKids
• Cincinnati Union Bethel• Redwood
• Cincinnati Works• River Valley Resources, Inc.
• Cincinnati Youth Collaborative• Rosemary's Babies Co.
• Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency• Safe Passage, Inc.
• CincySmiles Foundation• Santa Maria Community Services
• Clearinghouse• Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses
• Clermont County Community Services, Inc.• Shared Harvest Foodbank, Inc.
• Clermont Senior Services, Inc.• Sojourner Recovery Services
• Community Building Institute - Middletown, Inc.• Southeastern Indiana Economic Opportunity Corporation (SIEOC)
• Community Matters• Starfire Council of Greater Cincinnati, Inc.
• Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development (COAD)• Stepping Stones, Inc.
• Covington Partners• Strategies to End Homelessness
• Cradle Cincinnati• Supports to Encourage Low Income Families (SELF)
• Crossroad Health Center• Talbert House
• CWFF Child Development Center• Teen Challenge Cincinnati
• DCCH Center for Children & Families• Tender Mercies, Inc.
• The Children's Home of Cincinnati
• Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati• The DAD Initiative, Inc
• Envision Partnerships• The Ion Center for Violence Prevention***
• Every Child Succeeds• The Salvation Army Indiana Division
• FamiliesFORWARD• The Salvation Army of Greater Cincinnati
• Family Nurturing Center• The Salvation Army of Middletown
• Family Service of Middletown• UpTogether****
• Freestore Foodbank• Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio
• Girl Scouts of Kentucky's Wilderness Road Council• Urban Minority Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Outreach Program (UMADAOP)
• Girl Scouts of Western Ohio• Volunteers of America Mid-States, Inc.
• GRAD Cincinnati, Inc.• Welcome House of Northern Kentucky, Inc.
• Great Miami Valley YMCA• Women Helping Women
• Great Oaks Health Professions Academy• Working in Neighborhoods (WIN)
• Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services• YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
• Greater Cincinnati Microenterprise Initiative• Youth Encouragement Services, Inc.
• Health Care Access Now• YWCA of Greater Cincinnati
• Health Careers Collaborative of Greater Cincinnati• YWCA of Hamilton, Ohio



* Formally known as Family Independence Initiative (FII)
** Formally known as SJO Kids
*** Formally known as Women's Crisis Center.
**** Formally known as Welsey Community Services and recently merged with Cincinnati Area Senior Services - an organization with programs funded by United Way of Greater Cincinnati.


Interested in becoming a partner? Visit uwgc.org/nonprofit.

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