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Celebrating our Top 25 and Tremendous 25 corporate campaigns while also spotlighting the generosity, engagement and creativity of more workplaces through new categories: Top New Business, Matching Programs and FUNdraisers*.




United Way of Greater Cincinnati is excited to recognize and celebrate the generosity of Cincinnati workplaces that support our fundraising efforts by unveiling our 2022 Workplaces That Care.

In 2022, more than 400 workplaces in our region partnered with United Way. These businesses serve as role models by creating a culture of caring among their employees by empowering and encouraging them to get involved, volunteer and give back to our community.

Workplaces That Care highlights our Top 25 and Tremendous 25 corporate campaigns while also spotlighting the generosity, engagement and creativity of more workplaces through these new categories: Top New Business, Matching Programs, and FUNdraisers*

On behalf of our community...


“United Way is enormously grateful for the opportunity to connect employees in their workplaces to the causes and issues close to their hearts. Together can we drive the collective impact to tackle our community’s most critical needs.

Thank you to all our corporate partners and congratulations to all our Workplaces That Care awardees!”

Moira Weir
United Way of Greater Cincinnati




These organizations and their teams, executives and dedicated engagement leaders are the embodiment of what it means to LIVE UNITED® and generated community-changing results like these:


Workplaces partnered with UWGC


Individuals donated through their Workplace Campaigns


Raised through workplace campaigns


Our Top 25 partners with the highest total giving consistently fuel United Way’s impact work through employee and corporate charitable investments. These businesses serve as role models by creating a culture of caring among their employees, leading the way by empowering and encouraging their employees to get involved, volunteer and give back to the community.

  1. The Procter & Gamble Co.
  2. Fifth Third Bank
  3. GE Aerospace
  4. Western & Southern Financial Group
  5. First Financial Bank
  6. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
  7. Altafiber
  8. AuguStar Financial
  9. Great American Insurance Group
  10. The Cincinnati Insurance Companies
  11. The Kroger Co.
  12. Deloitte
  13. PNC Bank
  1. EY
  2. Kao USA
  3. Dinsmore & Shohl
  4. Michelman
  5. Frost Brown Todd
  6. Messer Construction
  7. Standard Textile Company
  8. The Christ Hospital
  9. Taft Stettinius & Hollister
  10. The E. W. Scripps Co.
  11. Al. Neyer
  12. FIS

“United Way and P&G believe all families in our region deserve the opportunity to thrive that comes from financial well-being, stability across food, transportation, and childcare, and enriching education experiences. P&G and P&G people are proud to support United Way’s efforts in these areas as part of our long history of giving back to communities and people in need, especially in our home city.”

Jon Moeller
Procter & Gamble, President & CEO



“Michelman’s multiyear support of the United Way is an outgrowth of our key corporate value of giving back to the communities in which we live. As our annual giving campaign continues to thrive, we have consistently ranked in the Top 25 contributors since 2019. We are grateful that the United Way provides much-needed and compassionate support to local community members.” 

Rick Michelman
Michelman, President & CEO


Our Tremendous 25 represents the highest per-capita giving companies with at least 25 employees and 55 percent employee participation. These companies may not be large enough to be in the Top 25, but they and their employees go above and beyond to provide exceptional support for their community.

  1. Katz Teller
  2. Viking Partners
  3. United Way of Greater Cincinnati
  4. AIM MRO Holdings, LLC.
  5. Bartlett Wealth Management
  6. Squire Patton Boggs
  7. HORAN
  8. Park National Bank
  9. School Outfitters
  10. Thompson Hine LLP
  11. The Port
  12. Keating Muething & Klekamp
  13. Raymond James
  1. Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
  2. Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel
  3. Mariner Wealth Advisors
  4. BakerHostetler
  5. Cincinnati Works
  6. LPK
  7. CenterBank
  8. Hydro Systems
  9. Grant Thornton
  10. Blank Rome
  11. Eco Engineering, Inc.
  12. Graydon Head & Ritchey


“Every company wants to develop either great employees or great clients in Greater Cincinnati. United Way works diligently to reach those corners of our population that are underserved in our area. By participating in United Way, we feel that we have an impact on the population that may otherwise be lost or forgotten and take pride in knowing that we are improving outcomes in our community."

Terence L. Horan 
HORAN, President & CEO 


We are excited to welcome and celebrate new businesses to our community of supporters every year. This is vitally important, because much of our community impact work happens as a result of corporate supporters who embrace United Way as part of their company culture and who provide sustainable and steady resources to fund our work.

In 2022, Constellation Wealth Advisors joined our family with a targeted investment to help connect communities with financial tools and education.


Matching programs boost participation and encourage team members to exceed fundraising goals. Data reinforces this, as 1 in 3 donors say they would give more if a matching gift were applied to their donation.

These corporations know the value of matching their employees’ philanthropic passions:

  • AAA Club Alliance, Inc.: 75%
  • Al. Neyer, LLC: 50%
  • Alliance Data: 100%
  • Civista Bank - Lawrenceburg: 100%
  • Constellation Wealth Advisors: 100%
  • Costco Wholesale Corp.: 100%
  • Enterprise Holdings: 60%
  • First Financial Bank: 25%** 
  • Frost Brown Todd, LLC: 100%** 
  • GE Aviation: 50%
  • KeyBank: 50%
  • Koenig Equipment, Inc: 100%
  • LyondellBasell: 100%
  • Mayfield Brain & Spine: Varies** 
  • Messer Construction Co.: 50%
  • Park National Bank: 100%
  • Raymond James: 100%** 
  • RelaDyne: 100%*
  • Regal Rexnord Corp.: 100%
  • Regency Centers Corp.: 50%
  • Texas Gas Transmission - Indiana: 100%
  • Duke Energy: 100%
  • The Hershey Co.: 100%
  • TQL: 50%** 
  • UPS, Inc.: 100%

** Match amount subject to additonal company-specific qualifications.


These corporate partners ran special fundraising events, such as raffles, auctions, trivia or happy hours, all of which add excitement to employee campaigns. Providing fun options for employees to contribute and participate increases engagement and revenue, which is even more important in the hybrid work world.

  • Altafiber
  • Ameritas
  • Arthur J. Gallagher Co.
  • Besl & Malone (CRST International)
  • CenterBank
  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
  • Cincinnati Financial Corp.
  • City of Cincinnati
  • Cummins, Inc.
  • Dearborn County Government
  • Duke Energy Corp.
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland - Cincinnati Branch
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • First Commonwealth Bank
  • First Financial Bank
  • Frost Brown Todd, LLC
  • Gateway Community & Technical College
  • Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP
  • Hydro Systems Co.
  • International Paper Co.
  • ITW - FEG Hobart Corp.
  • ITW - Fibre-Glass Evercoat
  • Kao USA, Inc.
  • Kenton County Airport Board
  • KeyBank
  • Michelman, Inc.
  • AuguStar Financial
  • Park National Bank
  • Prolocity
  • RiverHills
  • School Outfitters
  • Sheakley
  • Sibcy Cline, Inc.
  • Siemer Milling Co.
  • The Drees Co.
  • The Kroger Co.
  • The Procter & Gamble Co.
  • Thompson Hine LLP
  • Toyota Boshoku America, Inc.
  • United Way of Greater Cincinnati
  • Viking Partners, LLC


Procter & Gamble Kickstart

Host a Workplace Giving Campaign

Is your company passionate about making a difference in our community? Host a Workplace Giving Campaign! 

We provide everything you need to make an engaging experience from materials to arranging special volunteering events that will be sure to get your staff excited about giving back and building a better today and tomorrow.

*Rankings based on results obtained by 02/17/23

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