See below to learn about all the great things United Way is doing for our communities.
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.
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At its Campaign Finale celebration on Friday, October 27, United Way of Greater Cincinnati announced it had raised $60,050,000 during its 2017 community campaign. Check out some of the honorees from the Finale!
From October 18-20, over 200 philanthropic women leaders from communities all throughout the United Way network were convened in Cincinnati for the United Way Worldwide Women United Summit to share ideas and inspiration for driving lasting community change.
Rob Reifsnyder, president and CEO of United Way of Greater Cincinnati, announced on Friday, November 10 that he will retire in May 2018 after leading one of the area’s largest and most influential nonprofits for 17 years.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati is proud to announce, because of the generous support of the greater Cincinnati community, $60,050,000 was raised during its 2017 community campaign.
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 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.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati, together with the community, has raised $25 million — 45 percent — of its $62.2 million goal for the 2017 community campaign.
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.
Bill Montague and Kelly Wittich received recognition this past June at the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council’s 19th annual Voices of Giving Awards for their planned gift to United Way.
United Way is just one of 10 local organizations inhabiting the building space at 2400 Reading Road, with all sharing a common goal – working together collectively to create a community where everyone has an opportunity to thrive.
Congratulations to the 30 leaders selected to the Fall 2017 class of United Way's Board Orientation and Leadership Development (BOLD) program!
Three teams of volunteers are participating in the second iteration of The Shift -- United Way's social innovation challenge -- in an effort to create a tangible project to implement in the community within 12 weeks..
United Way of Greater Cincinnati announced its 2017 annual community campaign goal of $62.2 million at United Way’s “Stories That Unite Us" community breakfast.