Recent News

April 14, 2021
CALL 211 FOR VACCINE SCHEDULING AND TRANSPORTATION TO APPOINTMENTS

United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s 211 helpline is available to those who need help scheduling vaccine appointments or getting transportation to an appointment. United Way is helping senior citizens, marginalized communities, the digitally challenged and those without transportation navigate the quickest path to vaccination. Help is only a three-digit call away.

April 13, 2021
211 is Helping Get Out the Vax

United Way of Greater Cincinnati is helping senior citizens, marginalized communities, the digitally challenged and those without transportation navigate the quickest path to vaccination.

April 09, 2021
Volunteers Needed to Build Success by 6 Literacy Kits

United Way of Greater Cincinnati is asking the community and corporate partners to assemble literacy kits for families in Hamilton County.

April 06, 2021
Changes Impacting Your Taxes

Three big decisions over the past two weeks impact our Free Tax Prep program and you or someone you know.

April 05, 2021
Virtual Story Time, April 12-16

To celebrate Month of the Young Child and national Drop Everything and Read Day, we’ve recruited volunteer readers to share their favorite childhood story on video. From April 12 to 16, we will release new videos each day after school and before bedtime.

April 05, 2021
City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund Announces Request for Proposals

Organizations providing services to residents of the city of Cincinnati are invited to submit proposals seeking financial support from the Fiscal Year 2022 City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund.

April 01, 2021
UWGC SOUTHEAST INDIANA AREA APRIL 2021 UPDATES

Highlights of recent efforts by the UWGC Southeast Indiana office.

April 01, 2021
UWGC NORTHERN KENTUCKY AREA UPDATE APRIL 2021

UWGC’s Northern Kentucky Area Center will receive the 2021 Business Engagement of the Year Award during the annual Excellence in Education Celebration.

April 01, 2021
UWGC MIDDLETOWN AREA APRIL 2021 UPDATE

The Middletown Area Center is working with Middletown’s nonprofit Feed the Hungry Project on plans for the Louella Thompson Children’s Enrichment Center (LTCEC).

March 31, 2021
THE KEY TO LADIES OF LEADERSHIP’S SUCCESS: “IT’S LIKE A FAMILY”

The ultimate goal of Ladies of Leadership: equip girls, many from impoverished families, with tools to help them achieve economic success.

March 30, 2021
Advocating for the people we serve

We advocate for public policies at the federal, state and local level to develop efficient service delivery systems throughout our region. We want positive, systemic change for those we serve.

March 23, 2021
Hamilton County Relief-a-Thon

Our recent work with Hamilton County on a Relief-a-Thon for victims of COVID-19 is a perfect example of the partnerships we need to ensure positive impact in our community.

March 18, 2021
UNITED WAY SUPPORTED MARCH 16 RELIEF-A-THON TO ASSIST HAMILTON COUNTY RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY COVID-19

People adversely affected by COVID-19 can call 211 -- United Way's helpline -- to learn about available community resources.

March 17, 2021
VOLUNTEER MENTORS FORM THE BACKBONE OF LADIES OF LEADERSHIP

Trained and vetted mentors are the backbone of Ladies of Leadership, which CEO Kimberly Huckleby founded in 2007 to boost girls’ confidence and develop their sense of worth.