Recent News

September 14, 2020
Supporting Our Community

Watch a preview of an upcoming 30-minute documentary being produced on our behalf, coming this October. Many entities – Procter & Gamble, The E.W. Scripps Co., Curiosity Advertising, and our agency partners – are coming together to tell the story of our region’s upheaval and rebound.

September 14, 2020
Poll workers needed now, more than ever

United Way brings together leaders, volunteers, donors and others in our community to solve problems in a collaborative, nonpartisan way. We believe civic engagement is the heart of our work and builds stronger communities. Please join us by volunteering at the polls.

September 11, 2020
Bengals Fan Cutouts Raise $34,000

Bengals fan cutouts raise $34,000 for local charities, including United Way of Greater Cincinnati.

September 10, 2020
Ride United Way's Virtual Bus Tour

The United Way Virtual Bus Tour is an interactive virtual tour visiting communities and organizations partnering with United Way to provide a strong nonprofit system of care for our region’s families.

September 04, 2020
Support for the Eviction Crisis

We know a wave of evictions is happening now, with more to come. Millions lost jobs – temporarily or permanently – and they need help paying rent to avoid homelessness.

September 04, 2020
United Way Manifesto Contest

Calling all Cincinnati-area creatives! Help United Way of Greater Cincinnati bring to life our manifesto through your words or other talents captured on video. Submit your entry by Sept. 20. Voting will be held Sept. 22-25.

August 27, 2020
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN RAISES $11 MILLION IN SUMMER SPRINT ON WAY TO FINAL GOAL OF $50 MILLION

United Way of Greater Cincinnati surpassed its “summer sprint” goal by raising $11 million as it works to address the most significant health and economic threat to Cincinnati in generations.

August 24, 2020
UNITED WAY IMPACT: SARAH'S STORY

Sometimes life is simply not fair. At six years old, Sarah Brown tragically lost her sister to cardiomyopathy – a heart condition – and less than three years later, her brother died from the same disease. Only few years later, in 2002, her mother died in a car accident.

August 24, 2020
UNITED WAY IMPACT: AMANDA'S STORY

Imagine being a married homeowner with small children and a steady job in customer service. Life seems very stable, almost routine. But after a divorce and job loss leaves you unable to pay rent, simple things are needed to survive and it’s not always easy to be an advocate for yourself and your family.

August 24, 2020
Moira's Message: Ways to Move Forward

We have two tremendous opportunities open to the public over the coming weeks.

August 18, 2020
Impact Story: Jewish Family Service

“The extra support from the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund activated by United Way of Greater Cincinnati has meant we haven’t had to turn anyone away,” said Liz Vogel, CEO of Jewish Family Service.

August 18, 2020
Moira's Message: Tax Prep Still Available

One of the vital services we provide at United Way of Greater Cincinnati is our Free Tax Preparation Program. Each year, approximately 500 IRS-certified volunteers help file taxes for low-income Greater Cincinnati residents.

August 12, 2020
UNITED WAY’S NKY DIGITAL EQUITY INITIATIVE EXPANDS INTO PENDLETON COUNTY

125 households to receive internet access through United Way partnership.

August 07, 2020
Tax Prep Assistance in an Uncertain Time

Have you missed the July 15th tax filing deadline? Still need help preparing and filing your return for 2019? Visit one of our tax sites and an IRS certified tax volunteer will prepare and e-file your return for free.

August 06, 2020
Moira's Message: Keep Child Care Centers Open

If the federal government provides less than $50 billion to the country, up to 50% of the child care centers in our region would close, leaving thousands of children and working parents without care.

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