Recent News

May 07, 2018
Our Next President and CEO

Following a six-month nationwide search, United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s Board of Directors has chosen Michael Johnson, now president & CEO of Boys & Girls Club of Dane County in Madison, Wisconsin, as its next president & CEO. He will take the role July 9.

March 23, 2018
Putting Families at the Center of Our Work

More than 300 people recently came together for United Way’s Family-Centered Learning Launch — a day of learning with our partners as we work together to create long-term solutions and system changes across the region for families in poverty.

March 23, 2018
Gary and Kim Heiman to Co-Chair 2018 Community Campaign

Together they run the largest global vertical manufacturer and distributor of institutional and consumer textiles and apparel in the world. This year, Gary and Kim Heiman, Cincinnati’s dynamic husband and wife duo, are teaming up to lead United Way’s annual community campaign as the 2018 volunteer co-chairs.

January 17, 2018
Six Questions with Karen Bankston, New Executive Director for the Child Poverty Collaborative

We recently caught up with Dr. Karen Bankston, new Executive Director for the Child Poverty Collaborative, to discuss her experience living in poverty, and her vision and priorities for hew new role.

December 18, 2017
United Way Announces New Goal to Move 10,000 Families Out of Poverty By 2021

United Way of Greater Cincinnati is dedicating 80 percent of the funds it invests in initiatives and agency partner programs to help children and families move out of poverty, with an ambitious new goal of helping 10,000 families across the region move out of poverty in the next four years.

October 04, 2017
Child Poverty Collaborative Selects Dr. Karen Bankston as Executive Director

The Child Poverty Collaborative (CPC), with major support from United Way of Greater Cincinnati, is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Karen Bankston, PhD, as the Executive Director of CPC.

June 01, 2017
Creating a Community Where Everyone Has the Opportunity to Thrive

United Way of Greater Cincinnati's Call for Partners is an invitation to the nonprofit community to join our fight against poverty, while putting families and children at the center of services to deliver more holistic support.

January 17, 2017
Seeking Insights From Those We Help

United Way recently funded a report from our partners at Design Impact which identified six "metathemes" with clear calls to action for a new path forward for all of us working to create equity in our community.

November 16, 2016
Co-Creating Solutions to Lift Children and Families Out of Poverty

At a recent Community Summit, the Child Poverty Collaborative shared key learnings from 80+ community conversations, a Framework for Action, and five commitments to the community.

June 30, 2016
A Community United

Approximately 700 people from all different backgrounds gathered for nearly four hours at the Child Poverty Collaborative's Community Summit to share thoughts, ideas and opinions on what needs to be done to eliminate Greater Cincinnati’s high child poverty rate.

June 09, 2014
United Way announces partners in new social innovation venture

United Way and GCF will work with partners in a design thinking process that will identify potential solutions that better meet families’ needs.

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