See below to learn about all the great things United Way is doing for our communities.
Five local businesses are being recognized and celebrated for their outstanding commitment to voluntarism during a year when it was most needed. EY, Michelman, U.S. Bank, Ingage Partners, Graydon stand out in helping community.
We are assisting The Health Gap, Xavier University and Hamilton County publicize efforts to gather information about how our community will respond to the vaccine.
This is definitely a holiday season unlike any we’ve ever experienced. At United Way, we offer many safe ways to help your community in its greatest time of need.
Two big United Way events converge today; events providing our current -- and new -- supporters the opportunity to lift up our struggling neighbors.
I still have so many people, things and moments to be thankful for in such a difficult year. At the top of the list is you.
A key step in helping children and families move toward self-sufficiency is preparing youth and young adults to succeed in school and in life. You can help by joining us for our sixth annual Unite for Teen Financial Literacy effort!
Whether you are new to the program or an experienced volunteer, we'd love for you to join us at an upcoming virtual volunteer training session.
Beginning today through December 16, we will collect Holiday Notes of Encouragement to bring cheer to older adults in our community.
Many Black Empowerment Works grantees have made great progress in the four months since they received their investments, despite the ongoing pandemic.The progress shows perseverance and provides help to communities in a great time of need.
Hamilton County youth will soon benefit from $1 million in CARES Act money designated for non-profits and recreation commissions helping youth with COVID-related services. United Way of Greater Cincinnati has been entrusted to identify quality services.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s two-decade focus on improving the region’s early education system, as well as how that system is adapting during COVID-19, will be the subject of the organization’s next virtual bus tour at on Nov. 18.
We stand committed against division and hate. We stand for Living United. We will play an important role in healing our community and bringing everyone together.
Cincinnati Magazine has published its second annual compilation of the region’s most powerful business leaders — Cincinnati 300 — and it includes Moira Weir, president and CEO of United Way of Greater Cincinnati.