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COVID-19 Regional Respond Fund: Community Support

COVID-19 Regional Respond Fund: Community Support

Organizations that have received grants from the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund.
Press/Media Kit: COVID-19 Regional Response Fund

Press/Media Kit: COVID-19 Regional Response Fund

United Way of Greater Cincinnati, a Community Advisory Group, and bi3, Deaconess Associations Foundation, Fifth Third Foundation, The Kroger Co. Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation, Procter & Gamble, and The Scripps Howard Foundation
You can count on us

You can count on us

We are your community foundation, and our role is to lead the way in addressing the region’s most critical needs. I can assure you, we’re on it. The COVID-19 pandemic will disproportionately affect our most vulnerable residents and the organizations that support them. Many of our neighbors will be forced to choose between their health, care for their children, food on the table, a roof over their heads, and more. As a community, we must step up. Mayor John Cranley has asked us to activate an emergency response fund in partnership with other funders, corporations, and individual donors like you. Early next week, we will let you know how you can help.
Seven Reasons to Vote for Issue 7

Seven Reasons to Vote for Issue 7

When you go to the polls in Hamilton County on Tuesday, March 17, we encourage you to support Issue 7 with a “Yes” vote. Issue 7 would replace Cincinnati’s 0.3 percent earnings tax with a 0.8 percent Hamilton County sales tax to reinvest in our transportation system, which is vital to promoting economic growth. The initiative will reinvest $130 million annually into improving our transportation system.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation Promotes Employees

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Promotes Employees

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is pleased to announce the promotion of four employees and the expanded responsibilities of executive team members.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation Receives Largest Endowed Gift in its History

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Receives Largest Endowed Gift in its History

Inspired by their love for Greater Cincinnati and its people, James and Anne Nethercott wanted to give back to their adoptive hometown in an impactful way by establishing the $18 million James W. and Anne H. S. Nethercott Fund. The endowed gift is the largest Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has received in its history and will allow the foundation to award sizeable grants to organizations that are working to improve the region’s quality of life.
Your New Online Giving Connection

Your New Online Giving Connection

Coming Soon: Your New Donor Portal and Online Giving Connection
Greater Cincinnati Foundation Earns Certification as a  Leader in Gender and Race Equity

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Earns Certification as a Leader in Gender and Race Equity

As companies across the U.S. – including right here in Cincinnati – continue to grapple with providing a workplace culture that guarantees an equal playing field for all employees, regardless of race or gender, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has proven that it can be done.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation Hosts Racial Equity Matters

Greater Cincinnati Foundation Hosts Racial Equity Matters

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is committed to bringing people in our community together to learn about racial equity through conversations that foster understanding and move us forward in impactful ways.
NKY Giving Circle

NKY Giving Circle

NKY Giving Circle
Racial Equity Conversations Promote Understanding

Racial Equity Conversations Promote Understanding

Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) is committed to conversations about racial equity that build connections and move us forward with enhanced insights and shared purpose. To help advance that imperative goal, GCF will offer a series of community-wide equity education events, conducted by the Racial Equity Institute (REI), to focus on understanding and addressing the root causes of racism.

Social Impact Investing Unleashes Financial Wave

Driving impact with our investments that measurably improves our world is a strong objective for many of us, but it can also feel like a daunting goal. There’s also the perception that a choice must be made between doing good and doing well — between philanthropy and investment. The growing revolution of social impact investing is countering that viewpoint rather dramatically, and it’s being driven in part by the increasing financial power of women and millennial investors.

BLINK® With GCF This Fall

For four dazzling nights in 2017, more than a million people from our region came together for BLINK®. We soaked up the brilliant, visual extravaganza that shimmered across more than 20 of Cincinnati’s urban blocks. It wasn’t just a static display. The shared moment of art and light was integral to its phenomenal appeal.

"A Conversation With … Soledad O’Brien"

The Women’s Fund of Greater Cincinnati Foundation created its signature event “A Conversation With …” in 2012 as a forum for a female history maker to share her journey, including triumphs and obstacles, in an intimate setting. Those history makers, in previous years, have included Dr. Mae Jemison, Abby Wambach, Cokie Roberts, Lisa Ling, U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe, Phyllis S. Sewell and Marian Spencer.
Community Leadership Grants Support Equity

Community Leadership Grants Support Equity

“In our efforts toward a more equitable community for all, we know that where people work and where they live are fundamental. Through our investments, leadership, convenings, advocacy, education and awareness building, GCF is committed to advancing equity in housing as a critical step to insuring that everyone has an opportunity to thrive in our community.” — Harold Brown, GCF Vice President, Community Strategies
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