The Women’s Fund accelerates momentum with new brand!

April 2, 2018

CINCINNATI (April 3, 2018)—The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation announces the official launch of its new brand. The nimble nonprofit has grown in influence with its ground-breaking research, known as PULSE Studies, becoming the region’s expert on the status of women’s economic self-sufficiency.

The Women’s Fund fills an analytical void in the community; one which fuels success metrics of like-minded organizations such as the Childhood Poverty Collaborative, Hamilton County Job and Family Services and the newly created Hamilton County Commission on Women and Girls.

This brand refresh aims to attract and encourage community members to engage deeper with issues women disproportionately affected by poverty are experiencing.

“I am so excited to finally reveal our inspiring new look,” said Meghan Cummings, Executive Director of the Women’s Fund. “We are a strong voice for women in our community and our supporters rely on us to bring together community members and decision makers so we can solve big community problems faster. This new look will accelerate that.”

To learn more about the Women’s Fund brand, visit

About The Women’s Fund
The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation leads our community in ensuring the economic self-sufficiency of women in our region. Through leadership, research, and policy advocacy, The Women’s Fund works to identify and address the barriers affecting working women and their families. Learn more and get involved at

About the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
As the region’s leading community foundation, the Greater Cincinnati Foundation connects people with purpose in an eight-county region in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. GCF is leading the charge toward a more vibrant Greater Cincinnati for everyone – now, and for generations to come. As of 2017, GCF is the 35th largest U.S. community foundation with net assets of $636 million.