See below to learn about all the great things United Way is doing for our communities.
125 households to receive internet access through United Way partnership.
More than 1,000 Northern Kentucky families will receive access to low-cost Internet service in time for the 2020-21 school year under an initiative launched by United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati Bell and other local partners.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati received a donation of 1 million dollars from former Cincinnati resident, board member, and corporate executive Dave Walker and his wife, Debbie.
United Way Success By 6 is uniting volunteers this summer to go door-to-door to share early childhood education information with families in communities in Northern Kentucky.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati continues to see success in its longtime commitment to preparing children for kindergarten — a key step for many families on a journey out of poverty. A recent report from Kentucky shows 53% of children in Northern Kentucky are prepared for kindergarten, an increase from last year’s report of 52%.
United Way Success By 6® and its early childhood partners are proud to launch MyPre-K, an early childhood public awareness campaign in Northern Kentucky. The purpose of the general campaign is to show the unlimited potential of young children and elevate Pre-K as the first educational step toward shaping our youth.
Ten Northern Kentucky school districts were recently awarded Preschool Partnership Grants from the Kentucky Department of Education to ensure more 3 and 4-year olds have access to full-day, quality early learning experiences.
“Me and My School” is a six-week summer “kindergarten boot camp” geared toward preparing children for kindergarten.
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United Way Born Learning Academies have been expanded into additional Northern Kentucky elementary schools.
United Way honored local volunteers and an organization, and celebrated accomplishments over the past year.
United Way has been working to ensure children have an optimal start in life for over 10 years and so far, the region is making progress in the pursuit.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati is leading a cross-sector collaborative partnership of youth-serving programs to measure and improve social-emotional competencies of children in the region.