See below to learn about all the great things United Way is doing for our communities.
Stephanie W. Byrd, United Way’s senior vice president of early learning strategies, is taking her passion for helping others to United Way’s major campaign partner, the Greater Cincinnati-Dayton Region of the American Red Cross.
P&G and approximately 1,500 of its employees have partnered with United Way, Cincinnati Preschool Promise, Cincinnati Public Schools and several United Way agency partners for their annual Give Back Days effort.
United Way is partnering with Cincinnati Preschool Promise and Cincinnati Bell for Day of Action on Wednesday, June 21 to "Stuff the Streetcar" with supplies for local children and preschool teachers.
In the next steps toward providing access to quality preschool for 3 and 4 year olds, United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s Executive Committee appointed a 15-person Board of Directors to lead the preschool expansion effort in Cincinnati.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati endorses both Issue 44 and Issue 53 as it is a vital opportunity to build the communities we want for ourselves, our neighbors and all of our children.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati will help oversee a major expansion of affordable, quality preschool in Cincinnati if voters approve a 5-year, 7.93-mill levy request for Cincinnati Public Schools in November.