Recent News

January 13, 2020
United Way Spotlight: 211 Connect

Carman Lake is one of thousands who have turned to United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s 211 helpline for assistance in a time of need. This is her story.

January 13, 2020
You + Teens = Financial Literacy

Unite for Teen Financial Literacy Day on February 4! We need 150 volunteers with financial service experience to teach a version of Junior Achievement’s financial literacy curriculum to 7th graders at Cincinnati Public Schools.

December 16, 2019
Prosperity for All

In 2018, United Way of Greater Cincinnati awarded a $212,000 grant to Easterseals' Prosperity for All program, which is dedicated to addressing the individual needs of families working their way out of poverty. Members of the program like Latasha and Anthony recent shared their stories and explained how the program not only removed barriers, but helped them with valuable life skills so they can accomplish their goals.

December 06, 2019
Giving Tuesday Recap

On Giving Tuesday, United Way of Greater Cincinnati launched RideUnited to raise funds and awareness around the lack of reliable transportation in our region. RideUnited, presented locally by TriHealth, leverages the strengths of the United Way 211 network to address unmet critical transportation needs. In addition to launching RideUnited, we celebrated Giving Tuesday at Taft’s Brewpourium, where volunteers assembled more than 200 Family Assistance kits.

November 22, 2019
United Way Announces Campaign Milestone

In November United Way of Greater Cincinnati announced a major milestone in its annual community fundraising campaign. “Thanks to the generosity of the community, we will maintain funding for all agencies and initiatives and there will be no further cuts in services,” said Archie Brown, CEO of First Financial Bank and Chair of this year’s annual United Way campaign.