2020 CAMPAIGN toolkit

Help us tell the story of how together, united is the way to help.



why united way? 2020 case for investment2020 case for investment web thumbnail


Siri Imani - United Is The Way

Moira Weir, president/ceo - Impact Talk

United Way Black Led Social Change - impact talk

Amanda's Story

Key messages & Communication tools

CAMPAIGN Materials & Graphics



General Brochure - Coming Soon

UWGC Logo-Color

UWGC logo [PNG] [EPS]


Special usage Black logo with name

UWGC logo [PNG] [EPS]



June 29, 2017

A Day of Action For Our Children

Each year on June 21, thousands of people in more than 400 communities across the world volunteer through United Way to make their community a better place through Day of Action. United Way Day of Action is a snapshot of what United Way does all year long – galvanizing people around solutions to build stronger communities. Originally, Day of Action was tied to the longest day of the year in the U.S. Today, Day of Action is a global event and an opportunity to recruit new volunteers for year‐round engagement, inspire existing supporters, tell our story and advance our objectives.

And that is exactly what United Way of Greater Cincinnati did for its Day of Action this year. 

On Wednesday, June 21, United Way of Greater Cincinnati became the first United Way globally to "Stuff the Streetcar" with donations from the community. Thanks to support from Cincinnati Bell, United Way chartered a Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar which collected items from community members at select stops during a four-hour time period in the afternoon. The collected donations all went directly to support the Cincinnati Preschool Promise, and included children's books, markers, pencils, crayons for children, and tissues, paper towels and hand sanitizer for preschool providers.


For more photos click here 

The items were unloaded at Rhinegeist Brewery, where hundreds of volunteers assembled approximately 800 preschool readiness kits for families and 480 classroom kits for preschool providers, valued at more than $20,000.

All in all, more than 1,000 individuals donated or volunteered to help United Way and Cincinnati Preschool Promise make it possible for all children in our community to enjoy quality preschool. 

"Together, we harness the power of community to create a stronger region for everyone to live, work and play," said Rob Reifsnyder, president, United Way of Greater Cincinnati.

Following the Day of Action, Cincinnati Preschool Promise will be working to distribute the kits to local families and preschool providers in an effort to ensure families are registering their children for quality preschool this fall.

Employees from over 60 local companies and organizations took part in Day of Action through donating or volunteering. Special shout outs for PNC Bank and AAA Cincinnati who both donated over 1,000 items, and Fifth Third Bank for sending over 50 volunteers to participate. 


participating companies

4C for Children


AAA Allied Group, Inc.

Adopt A Book

AFSCME Local 232--Cincinnati Public Schools

American Financial Group, Inc.

American Modern Insurance Group


Anthem BlueCross BlueShield


Beckman Weil Shepardson LLC

Better Business Bureau of Greater Cincinnati

Child Focus, Inc.

Cincinnati AFL-CIO

Cincinnati Association for the Education of Young Children

Cincinnati Bell

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Cincinnati Preschool Promise

Cincinnati Public Schools

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency

Details2Decor Event Planning Company

Duke Energy

Empire Marketing Strategies



Fifth Third Bank

First Financial Bank

Great Oaks Health Professions Academy

Hebrew Union College

Humana, Inc.

Inspiring Service

Iota Sweetheart, Inc.

KIND Snacks


Macy's, Inc.

Mercy Health

New Mission Missionary Baptist Church

News America Marketing

Ohio National Financial Services



PNC Bank

Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County

Purposeful Networks

St. Elizabeth Healthcare

St. Joseph Orphanage

Standard Textile

The Christ Hospital

The Kroger Co.

Thrive Impact Sourcing


TriHealth, Inc.

U.S. Bank

UC Health

United Health Group, Inc.

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

USI Insurance


Vehr Communications

Western & Southern Financial Group

Woman's City Club of Greater Cincinnati