United Way of Greater Cincinnati has joined a coalition of Ohio United Way leaders to meet with lawmakers and advocate for $2 million in annual state funding to support Ohio’s 14 regional 211 help centers.
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Notables: Funding Organizations
Movers & Makers asked organizations within the nonprofit funding sector to introduce their “notables” to our readers, part of a new regular feature highlighting people making a difference in various sectors of Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit community.
Weir changing United Way as philanthropy shifts
One recent evening, a woman knocked on my door and asked for money. I could have told her to get lost. Or decided she was scamming me. Or I could have given her a little money to get something to eat, or recommend she go somewhere with more help.
City to take up nonprofit funding shift
A Cincinnati Council member is proposing significant changes to the way the city funds human services and other outside nonprofits.
Five big winners at United Way
Five Black-led organizations have emerged as the big winners across United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s now three-year-old equity-focused giving program.
$500K in donations to benefit Tristate
Nearly half a million dollars is making its way to Tristate charities and residents this summer.
United Way unveils agency alignment
United Way of Greater Cincinnati on Monday disclosed more details about its new agency alignment, nearly 20 percent of which are new and 25 percent which are Black-led.
United Way re-introduces corporate volunteer recognition
United Way of Greater Cincinnati is re-introducing a corporate volunteer recognition program, calling it the 2022 Greater Cincinnati Changemakers Awards.
United Way making $20 million in grants to 86 nonprofits in new process
United Way is investing a total of $19.9 million, with $11.4 million being invested in 86 local partners addressing critical needs in our community. Another $8.5 million will be invested in agencies designated by United Way donors.
Scott channels another $7.5M to a Cincinnati nonprofit
National philanthropist billionaire MacKenzie Scott is channeling at least another $7.5 million to Greater Cincinnati nonprofits, with the amount likely to be as much as $10 million more.