Recent News

December 17, 2018
United Way Agency Partners

In October when we discovered that we would hit a campaign shortfall we notified our partner agencies that they should expect reductions in allocations, up to 20 percent. All of our 130+ agency partners were sent a letter today confirming their decreased allocation numbers. As routine we post these allocation numbers here for community transparency.

October 21, 2016
United Way in Middletown Fights for All in Our Community

Local companies, organizations, schools, and individuals are helping United Way of Greater Cincinnati fight for the education, financial stability and health of every person in our community. In the Middletown area, that benefits agency partners including Shared Harvest Foodbank.

August 24, 2016
United Way Announces $62.1 Million Goal for 2016 Campaign

United Way campaign chair Ted Torbeck announced a goal of $62.1 million to continue progress toward achieving the Bold Goals for Our Region, and helping move children and their families out of poverty.

April 04, 2016
Ted Torbeck to Chair 2016 United Way Campaign

Cincinnati native Ted Torbeck, president and CEO of Cincinnati Bell, will chair United Way of Greater Cincinnati's 2016 fundraising campaign.

October 22, 2014
United Way projects campaign shortfall, asks community to rally with support

With less than 10 days to go, United Way of Greater Cincinnati anticipates a campaign result that falls short of last year’s $61.7 million.

May 23, 2014 - Rachel Goodspeed, Public Relations & Media Strategist
Roberts Academy students donate 'school bucks' to United Way

Price Hill students participating in StEP chose to donate a portion of their earned "school bucks" to United Way.

January 20, 2014 - Michele Hawkins, chief compliance officer, Fort Washington Investment Advisors, Inc., a member of the Western & Southern Financial Group
What are you doing for others?

New Herbert R. Brown Society chair Michele Hawkins takes the challenge of community enhancement to heart and hopes others will live out Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy with her.