United Way Announces Workplaces That Care

Companies and employees across the region recognized for their generosity.
February 23, 2024
Workplaces That Care event at The Transept on Feb. 22, 2024
From left to right: UWGC Board Member Debbie Hayes, President & CEO of the Christ Hospital Health Network; Moira Weir, President & CEO of United Way of Greater Cincinnati; and UWGC Board Member Dr. Steve Davis, President & CEO of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
(Leigh Taylor)


Media Contact: media@uwgc.org

CINCINNATI (Feb. 23, 2024) - United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) is pleased to recognize generous partners as Workplaces That Care. These workplaces empower their employees to get involved, volunteer and give back to our community. Together, we raised $40.3 million and mobilized over 2,000 corporate volunteers to promote educational success, financial empowerment and housing security throughout the region.

“Everyone has a stake in our community’s well-being, so it is encouraging that so many workplaces are engaged and support our work,” said Moira Weir, UWGC President and CEO. “These partnerships empower us to adapt, diversify and forge stronger community relationships, broadening our reach to serve more individuals and families in Greater Cincinnati.”

Workplaces That Care highlights UWGC’s Top 25 and Tremendous 25 corporate campaigns — those with the highest total giving and those with highest per-capita giving, respectively — in addition to new businesses that recently joined us in our mission of building a thriving community for all.

Top 25

Tremendous 25

1. The Procter & Gamble Co.

1. Katz Teller

2. Fifth Third Bank

2. HORAN Wealth

3. GE Aerospace

3. AIM MRO Holdings, LLC.

4. Western & Southern Financial Group

4. United Way of Greater Cincinnati

5. First Financial Bank

5. Bartlett Wealth Management

View a complete list of Workplaces That Care on our website, uwgc.org/wtc. Workplaces were announced Thursday, Feb. 22 during a recognition event in which Weir shared updates on the organization’s progress toward key impact milestones — improving preschool enrollment and increasing digital access across our region.

UWGC values the opportunity to connect workplaces to causes and issues they feel most passionate about. We transform this generosity by taking action, advocating and investing to improve economic well-being in our community. We touch the lives of more than 600,000 neighbors across nine counties by providing critical funding and capacity building for United Way-led initiatives and more than 450 community partners.

Donate anytime at uwgc.org/give.

About United Way of Greater Cincinnati

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) fights for the economic well-being of all people in Greater Cincinnati so our entire community can thrive – now and in the future. Founded in 1915, UWGC is one of the region’s largest nonprofit organizations. It is committed to working alongside policymakers, community partners and donors to promote educational success, financial empowerment and housing security. Learn more about UWGC’s work across nine counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana at UWGC.org. #UnitedWeThrive

View Our Workplaces That Care

United Way of Greater Cincinnati is excited to recognize and celebrate the generosity of Greater Cincinnati workplaces and their employees.

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