2018 GUIDE TO COMMUNITY IMPACT AND SERVICES - United Way of Greater ...

 
2018 GUIDE TO COMMUNITY IMPACT AND SERVICES - United Way of Greater ...
2018 GUIDE TO
COMMUNITY IMPACT
    AND SERVICES
2018 GUIDE TO COMMUNITY IMPACT AND SERVICES - United Way of Greater ...
2018 GUIDE TO COMMUNITY IMPACT AND SERVICES - United Way of Greater ...
UNITED WAY OF
GREATER CINCINNATI
Together, we unite communities to change lives. We bring
people, organizations and resources together to create
solutions to our community’s most complex challenges. With
the help of more than 90,000 supporters, United Way is leading
the largest organized community effort to help children and
families in poverty. We lead critical initiatives and unite more
than 140 best-in-class nonprofit organizations across 10
counties and three states to do what no one can do alone. This
collective impact and community investment is how we make a
difference in our community. That’s how we Live United.

LIVE UNITED
Here’s how your investment in United Way of Greater
Cincinnati is helping thousands of people in our region:

Poverty: Children &               United Way Fundraising and
Families [38.8%]                  Related Costs [8.7%]
Poverty: Individuals [6.8%]       Reserve for Pledge
Across Incomes [2.2%]             Collection Loss [5.4%]

UW Initiatives [1.5%]             United Way Operating Costs
                                  [2.9%]
place matters [2.4%]
                                  National and State
American Red Cross,               Organization Support [1.5%]
Greater Cincinnati-Dayton
Region [7.0%]
Capacity Building
& Innovative
                                                            1.5%
                                                     2.9%

Investments
[1.8%]
                                               5.4
                                                %

Donor Directed
                                  8.
Investments                          7   %
in Agencies,
Initiatives, and                                                                      %
Other United                                                                      38.8
                              10.3%
Ways [10.7%]
Other Community
Investments and
Program Services                    .7%
                                  10
[10.3%]
                                                                            6.8
                                                %
                                             1.8

                                                    7%

                                                                             %
                                                                   2.2%
                                                            2.4%
                                                                     1.5%

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UNITED WAY INITIATIVES
    We lead initiatives to make the most community impact.
    We change systems and policies across government,
    corporate and community organizations so they work
    better for families in poverty.

    UNITED WAY SUCCESS BY 6®
    513-762-7100 / uwgc.org

    PARTNERS: United Way and multiple others, including members of
    business, government, education, health care, social services, and faith
    communities.
    Success By 6® is a movement to ensure that all children
    age 0-6 are healthy and ready to succeed by the time they
    start kindergarten. There are Success By 6® initiatives in
    Hamilton, Brown and Clermont Counties and the Middletown
    area in Ohio; Dearborn and Ohio Counties in Indiana; Boone,
    Campbell, Grant, and Kenton Counties in Northern Kentucky.
    Investment: $310,000

    PARTNERS FOR A COMPETITIVE WORKFORCE
    513-762-7100 / competitiveworkforce.com

    PARTNERS: United Way and leadership from employers, chambers
    of commerce, workforce boards, educational institutions, service
    providers, labor, and other community volunteers from across the tri-
    state region.
    PCW works to ensure employers in our tri-state region have
    the talent they need to compete, and people have the skills
    required to get good jobs and advance in their careers.
    This work is brought to life through deep engagement and
    collaboration by employers, educators, community-based
    organizations, workforce investment boards, funders,
    chambers of commerce, and economic developers.
    Investment: $256,000

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FREE TAX PREP
513-762-7100 / makeworkpay.com

PARTNERS: More than 460 community volunteers and a multitude of
partners including: collaborative partnership with the IRS, Ohio Benefit
Bank, and AARP; corporate partnerships with GE, Kroger, Fifth Third
Bancorp, Huntington Bank, and Union Savings; and more than 40
community partners across community, church groups​, universities and
community colleges​, community action agencies​, financial opportunity
centers​, job centers​, programs serving individuals with disabilities, refugee
and immigrants​, emergency assistance providers and child care centers

The EITC/Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program leverages
the power of volunteers to provide free tax preparation services
to families and individuals throughout the region; also promotes
the Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit, two powerful
tools for reducing poverty and increasing financial stability.
Investment: $130,000

UNITED WAY 2-1-1
2-1-1 / uwgc.org/211

PARTNERS: United Way and more than 2,000 services and resources
from providers in the Greater Cincinnati region

United Way 2-1-1 connects families and individuals to health
and human resources, for help with food, shelter, utilities,
addiction and more. 2-1-1 is free, confidential, and available
via phone or Internet, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Investment: $412,000

THE SHIFT
513-762-7100 / theshiftcincy.com
PARTNERS: United Way and Design Impact

Too often, high potential social ideas don’t move forward
because of a lack of resources. The Shift brings together the
talent and passion of our community to start up innovative
social programs and bring them to market.

Investment: $100,000

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS
    United Way is proud to serve as a community catalyst,
    initial convener, strong partner, strategic investor and
    avid champion for many organizations throughout our
    community. Our impact includes bringing partners
    together and providing startup capital and expertise to
    develop solutions where there are none.

    AMERICAN RED CROSS - GREATER CINCINNATI-DAYTON REGION
    513-579-3000 / cincinnatiredcross.org
    Greater Cincinnati-Dayton Region Chapter of the American
    Red Cross is a humanitarian organization led by more than
    2,800 volunteers, providing disaster relief and prevention
    and preparedness education encompassing 3 chapters
    in 27 counties in Southern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and
    Southeastern Indiana.
    • Greater Cincinnati-Dayton Region Red Cross is a partner
      with United Way of Greater Cincinnati in the annual United
      Way campaign and receives about 54 percent of its
      funding from the campaign. The Red Cross provides staff
      to the campaign and manages the scheduling of speakers
      and displays and the packing of all campaign supplies.
    • The Red Cross is the only nonprofit organization with a
      charter from the U.S. Congress that mandates it to provide
      immediate disaster relief and assistance to families and
      communities and emergency communication to members
      of the Armed Forces and their families.
    • Additional health and safety services include instruction
      in water safety, first aid, CPR, babysitter training and other
      health topics; free disaster preparedness training for third
      to fifth graders; youth leadership development programs;
      and free installation of smoke alarms as part of a five-year
      prevention campaign to reduce injuries and deaths from
      home fires.

    Investment: $4,188,000

    CHILD POVERTY COLLABORATIVE
    513-762-7100 / childpovertycollaborative.org
    PARTNERS: dozens of business, community, religious, nonprofit,
    government organizations in Cincinnati and Hamilton County

    The Child Poverty Collaborative is a group of diverse
    organizations and individuals who share the same goal – to
    make our community a place where all children and families
    can thrive and reach their goals. It is a community-driven
    initiative designed to address the unacceptable rates of child
    poverty in Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
    Investment: $750,000 since 2017

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PLACE MATTERS
513-723-1026 / lisc.org

PARTNERS: United Way, Community Building Institute, The Greater
Cincinnati Foundation, The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank
Foundation, JPMorgan Chase, LISC of Greater Cincinnati Northern
Kentucky, NeighborWorks America, PNC Bank, and SC Ministry
Foundation
A resident-led partnership between local funders and
neighborhood nonprofits working collectively for the
transformation of communities in Greater Cincinnati. The goal
is to improve the quality of life in the community in a holistic
and comprehensive way through lead agencies that provide a
variety of programs and services. Current efforts are focused
in Avondale, Covington, Madisonville, Price Hill, Walnut Hills,
Newport and the West End. Additional support has been
provided to Bond Hill/ Roselawn, Norwood, Williamsburg and
Middletown.
Investment: $1,010,000

THE HEALTH COLLABORATIVE
513-618-3600 / healthcollab.org

PARTNERS: United Way and multiple business, health care and social
service organizations
Brings together diverse community stakeholders in
generating measurable, sustainable health improvement
initiatives to create a healthier community.
Investment: $75,000

JEWISH FEDERATION OF CINCINNATI
513-985-1500 / jewishcincinnati.org
Provides capacity-building assistance to organizations that sustain
ongoing community programs and services that help vulnerable
Jewish populations in Cincinnati.
Investment: $75,000

FUNDERS RESPONSE TO THE HEROIN EPIDEMIC
interactforchange.org/frhe

A collaboration of private funders dedicated to ending the
Greater Cincinnati region's opioid and heroin epidemic.
FRHE provides financial resources and strategic support to
strengthen local communities' response to opioid misuse
and addiction. FRHE is operated by InterAct for Change, a
nonprofit subsidiary of Interact for Health.
Investment: $50,000

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United Way of Greater Cincinnati

AGENCY PARTNERS

• United Way of Greater Cincinnati agency partners are listed
  alphabetically.
• The agency overviews provide a full description of services
  provided by the agency. Not all services are directly
  supported by United Way investment. For more information
  on specific program investments, refer to the United Way
  of Greater Cincinnati website, uwgc.org
• The dollars United Way invests in each agency partner are
  listed under the description.
• The counties or regions served by the agency are noted to
  the left of the description.

SERVICE AREA
United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s regional service
community is comprised of Boone, Campbell, Grant, and
Kenton counties in Kentucky; Dearborn and Ohio counties in
Indiana; Brown, Clermont and Hamilton counties in Ohio; and
the Middletown area (cities of Middletown, Monroe and
Trenton and the townships of Lemon, Liberty, Madison, St.
Clair, and Wayne) in Butler County, Ohio.

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Agency Partners, continued

    Br   Brown County                     C    Clermont County
    Bu   Butler County                    DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

    Bu   4C FOR CHILDREN                  Br   ADAMS BROWN
         513-221-0033                          COUNTIES ECONOMIC
    C
         4cforchildren.org                     OPPORTUNITIES, INC.
    H  Provides education and                  800-553-7393
       professional development for            abcap.net
    NK child care providers who help
                                               Provides a wide range of
       young children be prepared
    W                                          services and opportunities to
       for school. Helps families find
                                               reduce poverty and assist
       and evaluate child care
                                               low-to-moderate-income
       options.
                                               individuals in becoming
         Investment: $581,000                  self-sufficient.
                                               Investment: $29,000
    Bu   AARON W. PERLMAN
         CENTER                           H    ADDICTION SERVICES
    C
         513-636-4601                          COUNCIL
    H                                     W
         cincinnatichildrens.org               513-281-7880
                                               addictionservicescouncil.org
    NK   The only community and
         regional resource that offers         Provides public education,
    W    state-of-the-art, therapy-            counseling, treatment,
         based services and                    and referral information
         community support focused             on alcohol, tobacco, and
         on the singular goal of               drug-related issues. Provides
         helping children with physical        programs and services aimed
         disabilities achieve                  at improving the quality of life
         independence and inclusion.           for the residents of Cincinnati
                                               and surrounding areas.
         Investment: $126,000
                                               Investment: $62,000

    Bu   ABILITIES FIRST                       AMERICAN CANCER
                                          Br
         513-423-9496                          SOCIETY - GREATER
    W
         abilitiesfirst.org               Bu
                                               CINCINNATI
         Provides comprehensive           C    888-618-5585
         services to special needs
                                               cancer.org
         children and adults through      H
         an inclusion child care               Dedicated to eliminating
         program, pediatric therapies,    NK   cancer by preventing cancer
         employment services,                  and diminishing suffering
         residential care, and adult      W    from cancer through
         day programming.                      research, education,
                                               advocacy, and service.
         Investment: $113,000
                                               Investment: $138,000

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H    Hamilton County                 W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

NK   BAWAC, INC.                     Bu   BIG BROTHERS BIG
     859-371-4410                         SISTERS OF BUTLER
     bawac.org                            COUNTY
     Provides vocational                  513-867-1227
     rehabilitation, employment           bbbsbutlercounty.com
     and adult day training
                                          Recruits, trains, screens, and
     services, assisting adults
                                          places professionally
     with disabilities to achieve
                                          supported adult volunteer
     their highest level of
                                          mentors into the lives of
     employment and quality of
                                          children, ages 7-18, who are
     life.
                                          facing adversity.
     Investment: $58,000
                                          Investment: $51,000

C    BEECH ACRES
     PARENTING CENTER                C    BIG BROTHERS BIG
H                                         SISTERS OF GREATER
     513-231-6630                    DO
                                          CINCINNATI
NK beechacres.org
                                     H    513-421-4120
     Provides families with
                                          bigsforkids.org
     parenting programs, services,
                                     NK
     and expert resources for             Makes meaningful, matches
     every stage of life to help          between adult volunteers
     each parent and child see and        (“Bigs”) and children
     grow into their potential.           (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18,
                                          in the Tri-State communities.
     Investment: $116,000
                                          Committed to developing
                                          positive relationships that
DO   BETHANY HOUSE                        have a direct and lasting effect
     SERVICES, INC.                       on the lives of young people.
H
     513-557-2873                         Investment: $328,000
NK bethanyhouseservices.org
     Empowers homeless and           Br
                                          BOY SCOUTS OF
     at-risk families with the            AMERICA -
     solutions to achieve housing    Bu   DAN BEARD COUNCIL
     stability and long-term
     self-sufficiency.               C    513-577-7700
                                          danbeard.org
     Investment: $87,000             H
                                        Serves more than 30,000
                                     NK
                                        youth in Greater Cincinnati and
                                        Northern Kentucky. Provides
                                     W scouting programs to help
                                        youth develop academic skills,
                                        self-confidence, ethics,
                                        leadership skills, and
                                        citizenship skills.
                                          Investment: $447,000

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Agency Partners, continued

  Br   Brown County                     C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                    DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS               Br   BROWN COUNTY
       OF GREATER                            EDUCATIONAL SERVICE
 NK
       CINCINNATI                            CENTER
       513-421-8909                          937-378-6118
       bgcgc.org                             brown.k12.oh.us

       Provides youth development            Provides quality services that
       activities for children who           support increased academic
       need a safe and positive              achievement of Brown County
       place to spend after school           students..
       and evening hours. Children
                                             Investment: $10,000
       are invited in to enrich their
       lives with Club membership,
       exceptional staff and            Br   BROWN COUNTY
       volunteers, high-quality              HELPING HANDS
       services and innovative
                                             812-988-4882
       programs, all at no cost.
                                             Provides emergency assistance
       Investment: $736,000
                                             such as food and clothing for
                                             families and individuals.
  H    BREAKTHROUGH                          Investment: $23,000
       CINCINNATI, INC.
       513-979-0345                     Br   BROWN COUNTY SENIOR
       breakthroughcincinnati.org
                                             CITIZENS COUNCIL
       Provides a four-year
                                             937-378-6603
       college-preparatory summer
       learning program for                  Provides services such as
       high-need and high-potential          transportation and home care to
       middle school students and            individuals who are over 60
       inspires and trains college           years old and have limitations
       students as the next                  due to chronic conditions,
       generation of teachers.               increasing their capacity to live
                                             independently.
       Investment: $28,000
                                             Investment: $72,000

 NK    BRIGHTON
                                        Br   CANCER FAMILY CARE, INC.
       CENTER, INC.
                                             513-731-3346
       859-491-8303                     Bu
                                             cancerfamilycare.org
       brightoncenter.com
                                        C    Provides therapeutic counseling
       Creates opportunities for
                                             and other support services to
       individuals and families to      H    help children and adults cope
       reach self-sufficiency
                                             with the effects of a cancer
       through family support           NK
                                             diagnosis in the family.
       services, education,
       employment, and leadership       W    Investment: $221,000
       in Northern Kentucky.
       Investment: $1,315,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

H    CARACOLE, INC.                   H    CENTER FOR ADDICTION
     513-761-1480                          TREATMENT
     caracole.org                          513-381-6672
     Provides affordable housing           catsober.org
     and case management                   Serves individuals with
     services for individuals and          addictions to alcohol, drugs,
     families living with HIV/AIDS.        and gambling through
     Investment: $83,000                   inpatient and outpatient
                                           treatment, detox, family
                                           education and counselling
NK   CATHOLIC CHARITIES                    and aftercare services.
     DIOCESE OF COVINGTON
                                           Investment: $97,000
     859-581-8974
     covingtoncharities.org
                                      H    CENTER FOR
     Provides a broad range of
                                           EMPLOYMENT
     counseling, parent support,
     and community development
                                           OPPORTUNITIES
     services to individuals,              513-357-2000
     children and families in              ceoworks.org
     Northern Kentucky.
                                           Offers comprehensive
     Investment: $209,000                  employment services for
                                           people with criminal records
                                           including life skill education,
Br   CATHOLIC CHARITIES
                                           short-term paid transitional
     SOUTHWESTERN OHIO                     employment, full-time job
Bu
     513-241-7745                          placement and post-
C    ccswoh.org                            placement services.
     Provides a broad range of             Investment: $69,000
H
     services to individuals,
     children and families in              CENTER FOR GREAT
W                                     NK
     southwestern Ohio, including
                                           NEIGHBORHOODS OF
     mental health counseling,
     parent education, and
                                           COVINGTON
     emergency assistance.                 859-491-2220
                                           greatneighborhoods.org
     Investment: $589,000
                                           Helps Covington residents
                                           improve their urban
                                           neighborhoods and quality of
                                           life through community
                                           organizing, housing and
                                           neighborhood development,
                                           youth development, and
                                           community arts.
                                           Investment: $152,000

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Agency Partners, continued

  Br   Brown County                     C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                    DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    CENTRAL CLINIC                   Bu   CENTRAL
       513-558-5823                          CONNECTIONS
                                        W
       centralclinic.org                     513-423-1734
       Provides outpatient                   centralconnections.org
       behavioral health services to         Serves the needs of adults
       children and adults, including        over age 50 by providing
       diagnosis, treatment, crisis          nutritious meals, health and
       intervention, and prevention          wellness programming,
       programs, including after             transportation services and
       school and community                  social activities.
       learning center programming.
                                             Investment: $107,000
       Investment: $571,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

Br   CHILD FOCUS, INC.                H    CHILDREN, INC.
     513-752-1555                          859-431-2075
C                                     NK
     child-focus.org                       childreninc.org

     Provides early care and               Provides high quality early
     education, prevention and             learning experiences,
     treatment programs to                 school-age services, parent
     improve coping mechanisms,            engagement, and advocacy
     provide support, promote              supports to improve
     school readiness and success          educational outcomes and
     and encourage growth and              promote self-sufficiency for
     self-sufficiency for the              children and families.
     children, families and adults
                                           Investment: $1,086,000
     in our community.
     Investment: $400,000

                Mae was diagnosed with a rare developmental disorder.
                Her parents found transformative help at Redwood,
                which provides enriching educational, therapeutic, and
                vocational services. After spinal surgery, the staff helped
                her walk and run within just months. Mae’s parents say
                Redwood has given them a place to belong.

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Agency Partners, continued

  Br   Brown County                    C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                   DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    THE CHILDREN'S HOME             H    CINCINNATI AREA
       OF CINCINNATI, OHIO                  SENIOR SERVICES, INC.
       513-272-2800                         513-721-4330
       thechildrenshomecinti.org            cass50.org

       Improves the lives of                Promotes the independence
       children and families facing         of older adults through a wide
       social, emotional and                array of services including
       learning challenges in the           protective services, case
       areas of early childhood,            management, nutritious
       special education for                meals and health and
       developmental disabilities,          wellness activities.
       parenting education, and
                                            Investment: $276,000
       behavioral health treatment.
       Investment: $1,035,000
                                       H    CINCINNATI ARTS &
                                            TECHNOLOGY CENTER
 NK    CHILDREN'S LAW
                                            513-562-5500
       CENTER                               cincinnatiartsand
       859-431-3313                         technologycenter.org
       childrenslawky.org                   Provides high school
       Provides individual legal            students who are at risk of
       advocacy to children and             dropping out of school the
       youth, and through public            motivation to stay in school
       policy work, training and            and advance to higher
       education, impact litigation,        learning. Provides arts
       and juvenile defender support        education, elective credits for
       services, seeks to improve           graduation, college readiness
       the systems that serve them.         activities, career preparation
                                            and access to pathways for
       Investment: $18,000
                                            employment.
                                            Investment: $52,000
  H    CHURCHES ACTIVE IN
       NORTHSIDE
                                       Br   CINCINNATI
       513-591-2246
                                            ASSOCIATION FOR THE
       cainministry.org                Bu
                                            BLIND AND VISUALLY
       Provides nutritious food,
                                       C    IMPAIRED
       crisis assistance, resources,
       and compassion in a way that         513-221-8558
                                       H
       respects human dignity and           cincyblind.org
       builds a more vibrant           NK   Provides comprehensive
       community.                           vision rehabilitation services
                                       W    for people of all ages who are
       Investment: $25,000
                                            blind or visually impaired.
                                            Investment: $226,000

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H    Hamilton County                 W   Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

DO   CINCINNATI EARLY                H   CINCINNATI YOUTH
     LEARNING CENTERS, INC.              COLLABORATIVE
H
     513-961-2696                        513-475-4165
     celcinc.org                         cycyouth.org

     Provides award-winning child        Provides a range of services
     care to children 3 months           designed to keep kids in
     to12 years to promote               school, prepared for college
     optimal development. Offers         and career, and on the
     low teacher/child ratios,           pathway to success including
     degreed teachers and                mentorship, academic
     family-centered practice.           planning, coaching, and
                                         support with internship/
     Investment: $386,000
                                         co-op searches and
                                         placement.
H    CINCINNATI UNION
                                         Investment: $74,000
     BETHEL
     513-768-6907
                                     H   CINCINNATI-HAMILTON
     cubcincy.org
                                         COUNTY COMMUNITY
     Provides affordable housing,
                                         ACTION AGENCY
     supporting services, and
     education programs that             513-569-1840
     assist urban women, children,       cincy-caa.org
     families and communities to         Helps to reduce poverty,
     realize their greatest              increase self-sufficiency and
     potential.                          improve the community by
     Investment: $199,000                providing resources to create
                                         healthier, better lives and
                                         achieve their full potential.
H    CINCINNATI WORKS
                                         Such services include early
     513-744-9675                        childhood education (Head
     cincinnatiworks.org                 Start), career and job
     Offers support services and         services, and
     partners with job seekers and       entrepreneurship/ small
     employers to eliminate              business support.
     barriers to attaining               Investment: $52,000
     long-term employment and,
     ultimately, self-sufficiency.
     Investment: $368,000

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Agency Partners, continued

  Br   Brown County                     C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                    DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  Br   CINCYSMILES                      C    CLERMONT SENIOR
       FOUNDATION                            SERVICES, INC.
  Bu
       513-363-5200                          513-724-1255
  C    cincysmiles.org                       clermontseniors.com

       Works to ensure access to             Provides and coordinates
  H
       oral health education, disease        in-home and community-
  W    prevention and treatment              based services including
       services with a special               adult day care,
       emphasis on those who are             transportation, meals on
       at risk due to poverty.               wheels, home care, home
                                             repair, and senior centers to
       Investment: $103,000
                                             help senior citizens live
                                             independently.
 DO
       CLEARINGHOUSE
                                             Investment: $138,000
       812-926-1198
       dearbornclearinghouse.com
                                        Bu   COMMUNITY-BUILDING
       Provides food, clothing, rent
                                             INSTITUTE
       and utility assistance to        W
       financially challenged
                                             MIDDLETOWN, INC.
       families in the community.            513-425-7866
                                             cbimiddletown.org
       Investment: $11,000
                                             Provides sustainable
                                             programs aimed at
  C    CLERMONT COUNTY
                                             addressing kindergarten
       COMMUNITY                             readiness, third grade
       SERVICES, INC.                        reading, college and career
       513-732-2277                          preparedness, and family
       cccsi.org                             self-sufficiency.

       Delivers services that address        Investment: $212,000
       essential health, housing and
       prevention needs with                 CORPORATION FOR
                                        Br
       emphasis on adults and
                                             OHIO APPALACHIAN
       families with low- to
       moderate-incomes.
                                             DEVELOPMENT (COAD)
                                             740-594-8499
       Investment: $164,000
                                             coadinc.org

                                             Works to improve the quality
                                             of life for residents in
                                             Appalachian Ohio through
                                             community development,
                                             early care and education, and
                                             senior programs.
                                             Investment: $27,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

NK   COVINGTON PARTNERS               H    CWFF CHILD
     859-392-3182                          DEVELOPMENT CENTER
     mycovingtonpartners.org               513-569-5662
     Brings together key
                                           Provides high quality early
     community stakeholders
                                           childhood education services
     including students, families,
                                           to infants, toddlers and
     partner organizations and
                                           preschoolers.
     Covington Independent
     Public School staff to help           Investment: $69,000
     youth of Covington achieve
     success. Program areas                THE DAD INITIATIVE, INC.
                                      H
     include out-of school time
                                           513-760-6275
     serves, prevention,
                                           dadinitiative.com
     mentoring, wellness, and
     family engagement.                    Provides mentoring and travel
                                           opportunities to teen boys in
     Investment: $92,000
                                           poverty.
                                           Investment: $46,000
H
     CRADLE CINCINNATI
     (AT CINCINNATI CHILDREN’S
     HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER)         NK   DCCH CENTER FOR
     513-803-4822
                                           CHILDREN & FAMILIES
     cradlecincinnati.org                  859-331-2040
                                           dcchcenter.org
     An organization dedicated to
     decreasing infant mortality in        Provides outpatient therapy
     Hamilton County by                    and counseling, residential
     addressing women’s,                   treatment, foster care, adoption
     pregnancy and infant health.          and training services to
                                           children, families and residents
     Investment: $69,000
                                           of Northern Kentucky.
                                           Investment: $74,000
H    CROSSROAD HEALTH
     CENTER
                                      DO   DEARBORN COUNTY -
     513-381-2247
     crossroadhc.org
                                           RETIRED SENIOR
                                           VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
     Provides comprehensive
     primary health care for               812-539-4005
     infants to adults, provided in        myrsvp.org
     an atmosphere of dignity and          Utilizes the skills, knowledge
     respect regardless of an              and service of older adults
     individual’s ability to pay.          through promotion of
     Investment: $120,000                  volunteerism in agencies that
                                           strive to improve the health,
                                           safety, education and quality of
                                           life of all generations in
                                           Dearborn County.
                                           Investment: $10,000

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  Br   Brown County                    C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                   DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    EASTER SEALS                    H    FamiliesFORWARD
       TRISTATE                             513-721-7044
                                       NK
       513-281-2316                         familiesforward.net
       easterseals.com/gc                   Serves as a neighborhood-
       Provides services to break           based resource center for
       down employment barriers             schools, students and their
       for people with disabilities,        families, and the community.
       people facing disadvantages,         Current programs serve Bond
       and veterans.                        Hill Academy, Carson School,
                                            Hays-Porter School, and
       Investment: $276,000
                                            Withrow University High
                                            School.
 Bu    ENVISION PARTNERSHIPS                Investment: $428,000
       513-868-2100
       envisionpartnerships.org
                                       H    FAMILY INDEPENDENCE
       Provides school and                  INITIATIVE
       community-based high risk       NK
                                            859-525-3200
       behavior programming,
                                            fii.org
       conflict mediation, court
       referred diversion                   Provides a community-focused
       programming, and other               and technology-based
       creative character-building          approach that trusts and
       modules aimed at bolstering          invests in the initiative and
       skills of youth.                     capacity of low-income
                                            families, allowing them to
       Investment: $39,000
                                            move themselves out of
                                            poverty.
 Bu    EVERY CHILD SUCCEEDS
                                            Investment: $92,000
       513-636-2830
  C
       everychildsucceeds.org
                                       H    FAMILY NURTURING
  H Provides intensive home
                                            CENTER
    visitation for first-time,         NK
 NK high-risk mothers and their             859-525-3200
    infants for three years, with           familynurture.org
    goals to strengthen the                 Provides a range of education,
    parent-child relationship,              prevention and treatment
    encourage health promotion              programs to help create a
    and promote an optimal                  world where children live free
    environment for learning and            from all forms of abuse and
    emotional growth.                       violence.
       Investment: $2,208,000               Investment: $128,000

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H    Hamilton County                   W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

Bu   FAMILY SERVICE OF                 Br   GIRL SCOUTS OF
     MIDDLETOWN                             WESTERN OHIO
                                       Bu
     513-423-4637                           888-350-5090
     fsmiddletown.org                  C    gswo.org

     Provides an array of services          Girl Scouting programs build
                                       DO
     including food, shelter, and           girls of courage, confidence
     utilities assistance to help      H    and character who make the
     stabilize the lives of families        world a better place.
     and individuals as a step         W    Investment: $353,000
     toward achieving self-
     sufficiency.
                                       H    GRAD CINCINNATI, INC.
     Investment: $95,000
                                            513-363-3240
                                            gradcincinnati.org
C    FREESTORE FOODBANK
                                            Provides academic support to
     513-482-4500
DO                                          help students within the
     freestorefoodbank.org
                                            Cincinnati Public Schools
H  Responds to the issue of                 district achieve in the
   poverty and food insecurity              classroom, grow as
NK by providing food distribution           individuals and citizens,
   and an array of other services           graduate from high school,
W
   including emergency                      and enter and complete a
   clothing, housing services,              college education.
   SNAP assistance, job
                                            Investment: $78,000
   training, and Medicaid
   outreach.
                                       Bu   GREAT MIAMI
     Investment: $386,000
                                            VALLEY YMCA
                                            513-887-0001
NK   GIRL SCOUTS OF                         gmvymca.org
     KENTUCKY’S
                                            Promotes and provides
     WILDERNESS ROAD                        activities and programs that
     COUNCIL                                contribute to the physical,
     859-293-2621                           mental, social, and spiritual
     gskentucky.org                         well-being for people of all
                                            ages and abilities.
     Provides leadership
     development programs for               Investment: $32,000
     girls 5-17 years old, building
     girls of courage, confidence
     and character who make the
     world a better place.
     Investment: $24,000

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  Br   Brown County                   C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                  DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    GREAT OAKS HEALTH              Br   HEALTH CARE
       PROFESSIONS                         ACCESS NOW
                                      Bu
       ACADEMY                             513-707-5697
       513-961-4220                   C    healthcareaccessnow.org
       greatoaks.com/hpa
                                      H  Aims to improve the overall
       Provides unemployed and           health status of Greater
       low-income adults in           NK Cincinnati's most vulnerable
       Hamilton County with career       residents, addressing health
       advancement services and       W disparities and extreme
       access to postsecondary           healthcare costs. Programs
       education to help families        include chronic disease care
       achieve economic stability        coordination, pregnancy care
       and self-sufficiency.             coordination, and community
                                         health worker job training.
       Investment: $78,000
                                           Investment: $60,000
  H    GREATER CINCINNATI
       BEHAVIORAL HEALTH              Br   HEALTH CAREERS
       SERVICES                            COLLABORATIVE OF
                                      Bu
       513-354-5200                        GREATER CINCINNATI
       gcbhs.com                      C    513- 569-1233
       Works to ensure people with         competitiveworkforce.com
                                      H
       mental illness, addictions,         Meets regional healthcare
       and related challenges lead    NK   talent supply chain needs
       healthy and productive lives        through the training and
       by providing holistic,         W    career advancement of
       comprehensive services.             unemployed, underemployed
       Investment: $990,000                and incumbent workers.
                                           Investment: $60,000

  H    GREATER CINCINNATI
       MICROENTERPRISE                NK   HEALTHPOINT FAMILY
  W
       INITIATIVE                          CARE
       513-569-4816                        859-655-6100
       gcmi.org                            healthpointfc.org

       Provides entrepreneurship           Provides access to quality,
       education, small business           affordable adult and pediatric
       training, business coaching,        medical, dental, behavioral
       access to capital and               health, obstetrics, and
       supportive resources to low         gynecology services.
       and moderate income
                                           Investment: $60,000
       individuals or business
       owners.
       Investment: $44,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

H    HEALTHY HOMES                    DO   HIGHPOINT HEALTH
     BLOCK BY BLOCK                        812-537-1010
     513-254-0612                          myhph.org
     healthyhomesbbb.org
                                           Assists patients and their
     Builds a neighborhood-based           families by providing a wide
     network of community                  variety of health care services
     members who perform                   including access to health
     door-to-door personal                 insurance and other health-
     outreach to support the               related programs.
     needs and hopes of
                                           Investment: $11,000
     households with children
     under the age of six and
     pregnant women.                  NK   HOLLY HILL CHILD &
     Investment: $46,000                   FAMILY SERVICES
                                           859-635-0500
Br   HEARING SPEECH &                      hollyhill-ky.org

     DEAF CENTER OF                        Provides residential treatment,
Bu                                         therapy services, case
     GREATER CINCINNATI
                                           management and supervised
C    513-221-0527
                                           visitation with the goal of
     hearingspeechdeaf.com
H
                                           strengthening the lives of
     Provides help for hearing             children.
NK   loss, speech disorders and
                                           Investment: $46,000
     deafness through exams,
W    hearing aids, lip reading,
     speech/stuttering therapy,       DO   HOOSIER HILLS
     literacy skills, sign language        LITERACY LEAGUE
     interpreting, ADA                     812-584-8516
     consultation, and advocacy.           hoosierhillsliteracyleague.net
     Investment: $92,000
                                           Improves individual and family
                                           literacy through tutoring.
DO   HEART HOUSE, INC.                     Investment: $11,000
     812-926-4890
     Provides shelter, financial      Bu   HOPE HOUSE RESCUE
     assistance, counseling, and           MISSION
     employment skills training to    W
                                           513-217-5056
     help families and individuals
                                           hhmission.org
     become financially
     independent.                          Provides short-term shelter,
                                           food and clothing for homeless
     Investment: $11,000
                                           men, women and children;
                                           utilizes education, job
                                           placement, case management,
                                           and rehabilitation to change
                                           lives.
                                           Investment: $34,000

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  Br   Brown County                   C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                  DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    HOUSING                        H    HYDE PARK CENTER
       OPPORTUNITIES MADE                  FOR OLDER ADULTS
       EQUAL (HOME)                        513-321-6816
       513-721-4663                        hpcenter.org
       homecincy.org                       Provides services to support
       Works to eliminate unlawful         independent living:
       discrimination in housing by        protection from abuse and
       advocating and enforcing            neglect, supportive services,
       housing regulations for all         transportation, congregate
       protected classes to promote        meals, health and wellness,
       stable, integrated                  socialization, recreation,
       communities.                        education, and volunteer
                                           opportunities.
       Investment: $74,000
                                           Investment: $49,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W   Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

H    INTERFAITH                       H   JEWISH FAMILY
     HOSPITALITY                          SERVICE OF THE
     NETWORK OF GREATER                   CINCINNATI AREA
     CINCINNATI, INC.                     513-469-1188
     513-471-1100                         jfscinti.org
     ihncincinnati.org                    Provides professional social
     Provides homeless families           services to families and
     emergency shelter and                individuals in their times of
     hospitality through interfaith       need including but not limited
     communities and works with           to: aging and caregiver
     families to find and retain          services, adoption services,
     stable housing.                      education and mentoring, and
                                          emergency assistance.
     Investment: $48,000
                                          Investment: $313,000

                Samuel’s mom calls him Sammy. They live in Westwood,
                OH. Sammy is going to a highquality preschool with help
                from Cincinnati Preschool Promise.

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  Br   Brown County                     C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                    DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    KENNEDY HEIGHTS                  NK   LIFE LEARNING
       MONTESSORI CENTER                     CENTER
       513-631-8135                          859-431-0100
       kennedyheightsmontessori.org          nkyllc.org

       Provides a cost-efficient,            Delivers a holistic, integrated
       multicultural learning                continuum of learning and
       environment for both children         care to help "at-risk" citizens
       and their parents following           reach their highest potential.
       the montessori education              The Center focuses on all five
       model.                                domains of life: emotional,
                                             financial, physical, spiritual
       Investment: $18,000
                                             and relational.

       LEGAL AID OF THE                      Investment: $184,000
 NK
       BLUEGRASS
       859-431-8200                     Bu   LIFESPAN, INC.
       lablaw.org                            513-868-3210
                                        W
                                             lifespanohio.org
       Provides legal help in
       consumer, family, housing,            Strengthening families and
       public benefits, domestic             individuals in Butler and
       violence, elder law, etc., to         Warren Counties who seek to
       low-income persons and                improve their quality of life
       vulnerable population groups          through services such as
       in Northern Kentucky                  counseling and education,
       counties.                             guardianship, community
                                             support services like the
       Investment: $209,000
                                             payee bill-paying program,
                                             and a range of services for
  Br   LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF                  older adults.
       GREATER CINCINNATI                    Investment: $23,000
  Bu
       513-241-9400
       lascinti.org
  C
                                        DO   LIFETIME RESOURCES,
       Provides legal help to                INC.
  H
       low-income families in
                                             812-539-2102
       Southwest Ohio, focusing on
  W                                          lifetime-resources.org
       family and economic stability,
       child welfare, housing,               Provides services and
       consumer, and employment-             supports to older adults,
       related issues.                       individuals with disabilities,
                                             and their caregivers to help
       Investment: $415,000
                                             people maintain their
                                             independence.
                                             Investment: $23,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

H    LIGHTHOUSE YOUTH &               Bu   MADISONVILLE
     FAMILY SERVICES                       EDUCATION AND
                                      W
     513-221-3350                          ASSISTANCE CENTER
     lys.org                               (MEAC)
     Provides early childhood              513-271-5501
     services, behavioral health           meaccincinnati.org
     and psychiatric services,
                                           Offers help and hope to
     home-based services to
                                           neighborhood in crisis by
     families, services to youth
                                           meeting their basic needs
     engaged with the juvenile
                                           and providing education that
     justice system, community
                                           enables them to navigate
     residential treatment
                                           their way out of poverty.
     facilities, foster care and
                                           Services include after-school
     adoption, independent living
                                           programming, emergency
     services, and opportunities
                                           assistance (food and
     through education.
                                           clothing), and employment
     Investment: $239,000                  supports.
                                           Investment: $64,000
Br   THE LITERACY
     COUNCIL OF                            MAYERSON JCC
C                                     H
     CLERMONT & BROWN
                                           513-761-7500
     COUNTIES                         W
                                           mayersonjcc.org
     513-831-7323
                                           Provides educational,
     clermontbrownliteracy.org
                                           recreational, cultural, and
     Teaches adults reading,               social programs for people of
     writing, spelling, and                all ages and faiths.
     comprehension skills, as well         Nutritional and transportation
     as English as a second                services are provided to
     language. Matches student             people 60+ years.
     learners one-on-one with
                                           Investment: $69,000
     trained volunteer tutors.
     Provides literacy education in
     the community.
     Investment: $14,000

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  Br   Brown County                    C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                   DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    MENTAL HEALTH                   DO   NEW HORIZONS
       AMERICA OF                           REHABILITATION, INC.
 NK
       NORTHERN KENTUCKY                    812-934-4528
  W    & SOUTHWEST OHIO                     nhrinc.org

       859-431-1077                         Provides training, day
       mhankyswoh.org                       programs, job placement
                                            services, and residential
       Provides pro-bono
                                            supports to adults with
       counseling, DUI screenings,
                                            mental/physical disabilities
       education, mental health
                                            in Southeast Indiana.
       information and referrals,
       representative payee                 Investment: $10,000
       services, support groups;
       consumer-led support            NK   NEW PERCEPTIONS,
       services, and supported
                                            INC.
       employment for people with
       mental illness, and CIT              859-344-9322
       training.                            newperceptions.org

       Investment: $88,000                  Provides developmental
                                            educational services and
                                            physical, occupational and
  H    MORTAR                               speech therapy for children
       513-888-GROW                         with disabilities. Provides
       wearemortar.com                      sheltered workshop and
                                            supported employment for
       Provides entrepreneurship
                                            adults with developmental
       education, small business
                                            disabilities.
       training, business coaching,
       investor networking, and             Investment: $184,000
       supportive resources to low
       and moderate income
                                       NK   NORTHERN KENTUCKY
       individuals in redeveloping
       neighborhoods.
                                            COMMUNITY ACTION
                                            COMMISSION, INC.
       Investment: $69,000
                                            859-581-6607
                                            nkcac.org
 DO    NEW HOPE SERVICES, INC.
                                            Provides early childhood
       812-288-8248
                                            education, senior recreation
       newhopeservices.org
                                            centers, affordable housing,
       Provides housing and                 employment training,
       individualized support               healthcare enrollment, and
       services to people with              assistance with utilities, food,
       developmental disabilities           and prescription drugs.
       and their caregivers, as well
                                            Investment: $92,000
       as family planning, WIC,
       financial assistance, and
       parenting education to
       families in poverty.
       Investment: $10,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

NK   NORTHERN KENTUCKY                Br   PEOPLE WORKING
     EDUCATION COUNCIL                     COOPERATIVELY, INC.
                                      Bu
     859-282-9214                          513-351-7921
     nkypartners.org                  C    pwchomerepairs.org

     Collaborative organization          Provides critical home repairs
                                      H
     aligning all education              and home modifications to
     initiatives in NKY, including    NK low-income homeowners and
     teacher quality, career and         weatherization services to
     college readiness, literacy,     W homeowners and some
     service learning, and lifelong      renters in 13 counties
     learning programs.                  throughout Greater
                                         Cincinnati.
     Investment: $46,000
                                           Investment: $109,000

DO   ONE COMMUNITY, ONE
     FAMILY                           H    PER SCHOLAS
     877-967-OCOF                          513-357-2006
     onecommunityonefamily.org             perscholas.org

     Provides peer support and             Provides Information
     parent empowerment for                Technology skills training and
     youth with emotional/                 job placement for individuals
     behavioral issues, and                in poverty.
     assistance to regional care           Investment: $58,000
     providers in implementing
     evidence based programs
                                      H    POWER INSPIRES
     and quality improvement
     procedures.
                                           PROGRESS
                                           513-221-7020
     Investment: $18,000
                                           powerinspiresprogress.com

                                           Provides job training and
H    PARTNERS FOR
                                           empowerment through the
     ACHIEVING SCHOOL                      social enterprise Venice on
     SUCCESS (AT UC)                       Vine, which includes a
     513-556-3611                          restaurant and catering
     uc.edu/cechpass                       business.

     Provides university-                  Investment: $40,000
     community partnerships and
     outreach programs that
     promote and enhance
     positive educational
     outcomes for students,
     including first generation
     college students and former
     foster youth.
     Investment: $34,000

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 Br    Brown County                   C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                  DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  Br   PRO SENIORS, INC.              H    PROKIDS
       513-345-4160                        513-281-2000
  Bu
       proseniors.org                      prokids.org
  C    Advocates for Ohioans age           Provides intensive court
       60 and older. Provides legal        assisted advocates who act
  H
       advice and representation.          on behalf of abused and
       Assists with questions or           neglected children in the
  W
       problems about long-term            protection system.
       care. Provides community
                                           Investment: $101,000
       education, exploitation
       intervention, and volunteer
       opportunities.
       Investment: $106,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W   Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

NK   REDWOOD                          H    ROSEMARY'S BABIES CO.
     859-331-0880                          513-813-TEEN
     redwoodnky.org                        rosemarysbabies.co

     Assists children and adults           Provides peer support,
     with disabilities to function         mentoring/coaching, and life
     to their highest potential in         skills education to teen
     family and community                  parents.
     through educational,
                                           Investment: $28,000
     therapeutic and vocational
     programs and life
     experiences.
     Investment: $446,000

                 William is a regular at the United Way Agency Center in
                 Lawrenceburg, IN. The office has become a resource for
                 basic needs: phone calls, bus routes, and more. William
                 says United Way is like his family.

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  Br   Brown County                     C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                    DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

 DO    SAFE PASSAGE, INC.               Bu   THE SALVATION ARMY
       812-933-1990                          OF MIDDLETOWN
       safepassageinc.org                    513-423-9452
       Provides shelter, court               facebook.com/samiddletown
       advocacy, counseling, peer
                                             Provides a wide range
       support, case management
                                             of programs, including
       and life skills training to
                                             emergency assistance and
       victims of domestic violence,
                                             shelter, youth development,
       as well as education and
                                             adult day care, disaster
       prevention advocacy in the
                                             services, child care, and
       community.
                                             transitional and senior
       Investment: $13,000                   housing.
                                             Investment: $62,000
 DO    THE SALVATION ARMY
       INDIANA DIVISION                      SANTA MARIA
                                        H
       800-589-1037                          COMMUNITY SERVICES
       salvationarmyindiana.org
                                             513-557-2700
       Provides for emergency                santamaria-cincy.org
       needs, such as food, clothing,
                                             Builds vibrant neighborhoods
       emergency lodging, rent or
                                             by strengthening parenting
       utility assistance, and other
                                             skills, improving health care
       critical needs.
                                             access for medically
       Investment: $11,000                   underserved, and supporting
                                             comprehensive community
                                             development and affordable
  C    THE SALVATION ARMY
                                             housing initiatives. Also
       OF GREATER CINCINNATI                 provides early childhood
  H
       513-762-5600                          education, employment
 NK    swo.salvationarmy.org/                assistance, youth
       southwestohio                         development, and financial
                                             coaching.
       Provides family counseling,
       emergency assistance,                 Investment: $966,000
       homeless shelter, camp
       programs, adult day care,
                                        H    SEVEN HILLS
       early childhood education,
       emergency disaster
                                             NEIGHBORHOOD
       services, human trafficking           HOUSES
       intervention, and youth               513-407-5362
       programs.                             7hillsnh.com
       Investment: $303,000                  Provides youth development
                                             activities, senior supports,
                                             emergency assistance, and
                                             Victims of Crime advocacy.
                                             Investment: $69,000

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H    Hamilton County                  W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

Bu   SHARED HARVEST                   Br   SOUTHERN HILLS
     FOODBANK, INC.                        CAREER & TECHNICAL
W
     513-874-0114                          CENTER
     sharedharvest.org                     937-378-6131
     Distributes surplus food              shctc.k12.oh.us
     donations to 100+ charities           Provides drop-out prevention
     in five Ohio counties,                programs for youth, child
     providing meals or groceries          care for teen parents,
     to needy families, and to five        pregnancy prevention, and
     foodbanks serving 34                  health awareness counseling.
     counties.
                                           Investment: $12,000
     Investment: $23,000

                                           ST. JOSEPH
Bu   SOJOURNER                        H
                                           ORPHANAGE
     RECOVERY SERVICES
                                           513-741-3100
     513-896-3497
                                           sjokids.org
     sojournerrecovery.org
                                           Provides foster/adoption
     Provides a full continuum of
                                           placement, outpatient
     care for drug and alcohol
                                           behavioral health treatment,
     addiction treatment and
                                           day treatment, and crisis
     prevention services for
                                           stabilization for children who
     adolescents and adults
                                           have been abused and/or are
     regardless of ability to pay.
                                           experiencing mental and
     Investment: $26,000                   behavioral health issues.
                                           Investment: $92,000
DO   SOUTHEASTERN
     INDIANA ECONOMIC                 Bu   STARFIRE COUNCIL OF
     OPPORTUNITY                           GREATER CINCINNATI, INC.
     CORPORATION (SIEOC)              C
                                           513-281-2100
     812-926-1585                     H    starfirecouncil.org
     sieoc.org
                                           Provides individualized social
                                      W
     As the Community Action               and service learning activities
     Agency serving Southeast              for teens and adults with
     Indiana, educates consumers           developmental disabilities;
     in their move towards greater         improves the community
     self-sufficiency through              inclusion and quality of life of
     programs that include                 individuals and provides
     education, healthcare access,         respite for their families.
     childcare, employment, and
                                           Investment: $69,000
     housing assistance.
     Investment: $18,000

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  Br   Brown County                     C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                    DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  C    STEPPING STONES,                 Br   TALBERT HOUSE
       INC.                                  513-751-7747
  H                                     Bu
       513-831-4660                          talberthouse.org
       steppingstonesohio.org           C    Operates substance abuse,
       Provides year-round social            mental health, community
                                        H
       opportunities for children and        corrections, and welfare-to-
       adults with disabilities to           work programs with a
                                        W
       increase independence and             continuum of care that
       promote inclusion.                    includes prevention,
                                             assessment, treatment, and
       Investment: $167,000
                                             reintegration services.
                                             Investment: $335,000
  H    STRATEGIES TO END
       HOMELESSNESS
                                        C    TEEN CHALLENGE
       513-263-2780
       strategiestoend
                                             CINCINNATI
                                        H
       homelessness.org                      513-248-0452
       Helps homeless individuals            teenchallengecincinnati.org
       and families access                   Provides drug and alcohol
       emergency shelter in our              rehabilitation services to
       community through one                 18-to-35-year-olds in a
       central point, alleviating the        residential and boarding
       difficulties of navigating a          school environment.
       complicated system.
                                             Investment: $23,000
       Investment: $276,000

                                        H    TENDER MERCIES, INC.
 Bu    SUPPORTS TO
                                             513-721-8666
       ENCOURAGE LOW                         tendermerciesinc.org
       INCOME FAMILIES
                                             Provides housing and
       (SELF)                                individualized support
       513-868-9300                          services to homeless persons
       selfhelps.org                         with histories of emotional
                                             and/or mental disabilities.
       Helps Butler County
       individuals and families              Investment: $97,000
       achieve and sustain
       self-sufficiency through
       programs and services
       supporting job search and
       employment, education and
       financial asset development.
       Investment: $38,000

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H    Hamilton County                   W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

Br   TRISTATE VETERANS                 H    URBAN MINORITY
     COMMUNITY ALLIANCE                     ALCOHOLISM & DRUG
Bu
     513-845-6822                           ABUSE OUTREACH
C    tristatevca.org                        PROGRAM (UMADAOP)
   Provides a Welcome Center                513-541-7099
DO
   for Veterans in Processing,              cincyumadaop.org
H and coordinates referrals and             Provides culturally competent
   programming between 150
                                            addiction prevention and
NK veteran services                         treatment, HIV/AIDS
   organizations.
                                            education, alternative school
W
     Investment: $46,000                    placement, violence
                                            prevention education, and
     UNITED MINISTRIES                      prisoner re-entry relapse
NK
                                            prevention to minority youth.
     859-727-0300
     umnky.org                              Investment: $69,000

     Assists families and
     individuals in Northern           NK   VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA
     Kentucky who are facing a              MID-STATES, INC.
     financial crisis by providing
                                            502-636-0771
     the basic necessity of food,
                                            voamid.org
     assisting with rent and utility
     payment and helping to                 Provides individualized
     develop and implement a                housing and supports to
     plan for achieving stability.          veterans and people with
                                            developmental disabilities,
     Investment: $12,000
                                            HIV, or substance abuse
                                            disorder.
H    URBAN LEAGUE OF
                                            Investment: $87,000
     GREATER
     SOUTHWESTERN OHIO
                                       NK   WELCOME HOUSE OF
     513-281-9955
                                            NORTHERN KENTUCKY,
     gcul.org
                                            INC.
     Eliminates the barriers of
                                            859-431-8717
     racism for African-Americans
                                            welcomehouseky.org
     through four program
     priorities: adult workforce            Collaborates with the
     development; youth                     community to provide a
     workforce development;                 continuum of quality services
     health education and                   for individuals who are
     awareness; leadership                  homeless or at risk of
     training, and community                becoming homeless,
     policing.                              including street outreach,
                                            shelter, and public benefit
     Investment: $653,000
                                            access assistance.
                                            Investment: $152,000

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Agency Partners, continued

  Br   Brown County                    C    Clermont County
 Bu    Butler County                   DO   Dearborn and Ohio Counties

  H    WESLEY COMMUNITY                H    WORKING IN
       SERVICES                             NEIGHBORHOODS
       513-661-2777                         (WIN)
       wesleycs.org                         513-541-4109
       Provides seniors living at           wincincy.org
       home with services that              Leads the fight against
       include meals on wheels, pet         foreclosures in our
       food, medical transportation,        community by providing
       and homemaker/                       counseling and advocacy and
       housecleaning services.              partnering with mortgage
       Investment: $46,000                  lenders and servicers to help
                                            families keep their homes.

       WOMEN HELPING                        Investment: $69,000
  H
       WOMEN
       513-381-5610                    C    YMCA OF GREATER
       womenhelpingwomen.org                CINCINNATI
                                       H
       Provides crisis intervention,        513-651-2100
       advocacy and support            NK   myy.org
       services for survivors of            Provides safe, enriching and
       gender based violence;               developmentally-appropriate
       school prevention programs;          programs to assist children
       professional training and            and youth in developing
       community education.                 positive character traits such
       Investment: $101,000                 as caring, honesty, respect,
                                            and responsibility for
                                            themselves and others.
 NK    WOMEN'S CRISIS                       Includes camps, mentoring,
       CENTER                               and fitness.
       859-491-3335                         Investment: $552,000
       wccky.org

       Provides 24-hour hotline,       DO   YOUTH
       crisis intervention,                 ENCOURAGEMENT
       counseling, hospital and             SERVICES, INC.
       court advocacy, and shelter
                                            812-926-0110
       for survivors of domestic
                                            yeshome.org
       violence and sexual assault,
       and prevention education.            Provides a safe, structured
                                            and nurturing environment
       Investment: $230,000
                                            for abused, neglected and
                                            abandoned children ages
                                            6-18 in a residential group
                                            home setting.
                                            Investment: $12,000

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H    Hamilton County               W    Warren County

NK   Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant Counties

Br   YWCA OF GREATER               Bu   YWCA OF HAMILTON,
     CINCINNATI                         OHIO
C
     513-241-7090                       513-856-9800
H    ywcacincinnati.org                 ywcahamilton.com

   Focuses on women and                 Provides the only
NK
   families. Provides domestic          professionally staffed
W violence shelter and support          protective shelters in Butler
   services, literacy education,        County for domestic violence
   job-readiness/training, early        victims and their children,
   childhood education, health          providing 24-hour crisis and
   and wellness programming,            support services. Provides
   and advocacy/community               youth development for girls,
   education regarding racism           advocacy against racial and
   and family/partner violence.         economic injustice.
     Investment: $782,000               Investment: $18,000

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INVESTMENTS
 United Way of Greater Cincinnati invests in Capacity Building &
 Innovation, Research and Database Support, and Public Policy
 & Advocacy.

 CAPACITY BUILDING &             Matter, factsmatter.info and
 INNOVATION                      the bi-annual State of the
                                 Community Report. Our
 Investing only in direct
                                 technology, data
 services is not enough to
                                 management and technical
 foster lasting change in our
                                 assistance enables us to
 region. United Way has a key
                                 track individual and program
 role in supporting learning,
                                 results over time so we can
 development and innovation
                                 achieve strong impact in our
 to find solutions to complex
                                 community.
 problems. We work with
 world-class partners such       Investment: $445,300
 as Design Impact, bringing
 human-centered design
 innovation to the social
 sector, and Cincinnati
 Children’s Hospital Medical
                                 PUBLIC POLICY &
 Center, experts in the Model
 for Improvement. We also
                                 ADVOCACY
                                 We believe in creating a
 help organizations gain
                                 community where everyone
 expertise and resources to
                                 has an opportunity to thrive
 bring big ideas to life. In
                                 and we’re committed to
 2018, we are focused on
                                 helping children and families
 connecting with black-led
                                 in our region move out of
 organizations that bring an
                                 poverty. We know these
 important perspective and
                                 goals cannot be
 experience to our
                                 accomplished with only
 community.
                                 private funds. Government
 Investment: $1,105,200          support is critical. That’s
                                 why United Way works
                                 directly with elected and
                                 appointed officials on the
                                 federal, state and local levels
                                 to address long-term and
 RESEARCH &
                                 systemic issues that impact
 DATABASE SUPPORT                health, education and
 United Way invests in           financial stability.
 community research and
                                 Investment: $355,000
 data management so we
 know what works and what
 doesn’t. We partner with the
 Institute for Policy Research
 of the University of
 Cincinnati to track regional
 progress through Facts

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SERVICES

NEED HELP? CALL 2-1-1 TO CONNECT TO SERVICES
United Way 211 is here to help – 24 hours a day, seven
days a week – wherever life takes you. Dial 2-1-1 to speak
to a trained professional who can connect you to essential
community services. There's 411 for information and 911 for
emergencies, but you can call 211 when you need help and
don't know where to turn.

CALL: 2-1-1 OR 513-721-7900
TTY: 513-762-7250
Serving Hamilton, Clermont, Brown and Butler Counties in Ohio;
Boone, Kenton, Campbell and Grant in Kentucky; and Dearborn,
Ohio, Ripley, Jefferson and Switzerland Counties in Indiana.
Find help online! View our database of service providers
in the United Way of Greater Cincinnati service area at
referweb.net/uwgc.

UNITED WAY VOLUNTEER CONNECTION
Hundreds of volunteer opportunities are available via United
Way Volunteer Connection, whether it's helping children
achieve their highest potential, helping families build
financial stability, or helping someone achieve maximum
independence and better health. When you volunteer, you see
first-hand how United Way of Greater Cincinnati is helping to
improve lives and create lasting change in our community.
We have ways for everyone to get involved! To make your
volunteer connection:
• Call United Way 211 (dial 2-1-1)
• Visit volunteeruwgc.org
• Email us at volunteer@uwgc.org

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FREQUENTLY ASKED
     QUESTIONS
     WHAT DOES UNITED WAY DO?
     In short, United Way helps people. We bring together people
     and resources to improve the lives of all in our region.

     WHO OVERSEES UNITED WAY OF GREATER CINCINNATI?
     United Way is a volunteer-led organization. We are governed
     by a local Board of Directors who represent every sector and
     region served. The Board develops strategic direction, sets
     policies and ensures capable staffing. A staff team of 130
     works hand-in-hand with the board and dozens of other
     leadership and community volunteers.

     WHY SHOULD I GIVE TO UNITED WAY?
     United Way is a change agent, working to create long-term
     solutions to the challenges facing our community AND
     addressing immediate needs. Your gift is combined with
     thousands of others and invested in initiatives and programs
     essential to achieving the region’s Bold Goals in Education,
     Income and Health.

     HOW DO I KNOW UNITED WAY USES THE FUNDS
     RESPONSIBLY?
     We are audited each year by an independent accounting firm
     to ensure we are in compliance with generally accepted
     accounting procedures, regulations and laws. We strive to
     meet the philanthropic goals of our donors and offer a donor
     satisfaction guarantee. We are a long-standing member of
     the Better Business Bureau.

     HOW CAN I GIVE?
     You can donate online at any time at uwgc.org or make a gift
     during your company’s annual United Way campaign.

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