See below to learn about all the great things United Way is doing for our communities.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation awarded United Way of Greater Cincinnati and Brighton Center $850,000 each to fund projects to fight generational poverty in Greater Cincinnati.
United Way campaign chair Kevin T. Kabat announced a goal of $62 million at today’s campaign kickoff on Fountain Square.
Do you have the skills to help lead a nonprofit organization? Would you like to? United Way's BOLD Program is an excellent opportunity for professional development while being an impactful member of the community.
The 100th anniversary campaign begins August 26. Come on down to Fountain Square to help make this campaign a special and memorable one.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati has been using a new approach to integrate services for children and their parents in an attempt to significantly reduce the number of families in Greater Cincinnati living in poverty.
Duke Energy and United Way of Greater Cincinnati are partnering to bring welcome relief to those in need. Duke Energy is providing a $25,000 grant to buy fans for area older adults, low-income residents and people with disabilities.
What can we do as young professionals to get involved in our communities and help more young people prepare for school? One LINC member has a suggestion.
The Cincinnati Masonic Center was filled to the brim with like-minded individuals who are passionate about our community at the 2015 TEDxCincinnati Main Stage event, which was part of United Way's year-long Centennial celebration.
A special look at three of our longest-serving volunteers who have given of themselves to make this community a better place for all.
“Me and My School” is a six-week summer “kindergarten boot camp” geared toward preparing children for kindergarten.
A renowned artist will donate 10 percent of the proceeds from the sale of his 2015 MLB All-Star Game posters to United Way of Greater Cincinnati, which is celebrating their 100th anniversary in 2015.
United Way Day of Action is an invitation for people and organizations around the world to LIVE UNITED and get involved in our community.
United Way has begun to think differently about the role innovation plays in our work. And sometimes, social innovation means bringing a bounce house to the neighborhood. See how a new approach to solving problems has led to increased kindergarten readiness in our area.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati's board has elected Carl Satterwhite, president/owner, RCF Group, as chair of its Board of Directors.
Kevin Kabat, Vice Chairman and CEO of Fifth Third Bancorp, will chair UWGC's 100 Anniversary fundraising campaign that officially kicks off August 26 at noon on Fountain Square.