Procter & Gamble Charitable Giving
The Procter & Gamble Company, headquartered in Cincinnati, partners with Greater Cincinnati Foundation for its corporate charitable giving. GCF handles the day-to-day administration, and P&G oversees all philanthropic and funding strategies as well as recommendations for all funding.
The P&G Fund
The P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation provides funding for philanthropic activities and programs, with particular emphasis on bringing P&G’s Citizenship strategy to life in P&G communities around the world.
Through our Citizenship programs, P&G is leveraging the company’s core competencies to address critical social needs, such as those outlined in the United Nations Millennium Goals which are focused on housing and sanitation as well as child and maternal health. Each year, tens of millions of people around the world benefit from programs like Pampers’ UNICEF partnership, the P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program, a partnership with Habitat for Humanity International and our response to those affected by natural disasters.
Want to Apply for a Grant?
Information on how to apply for a grant from the P&G Family of Funds is available at P&G's website. Greater Cincinnati Foundation does not accept grant applications for these funds.
P&G Charitable Giving Funds
Select funds can accept credit card contributions using the secure form on each fund page. Click on the link above to go each fund's donation page. You may also contribute P&G stock or other assets.
Children's Safe Drinking Water Fund
Share the power of clean water with children around the world.Give Now
P&G Take on Race
P&G has a long history of supporting our communities and people in times of need. P&G and our brands are stepping up our ongoing efforts to advance equality for all people, and especially, right now, for those facing racism, bias and brutality.GIVE NOW
Tide Loads of Hope Fund
Natural disaster can pose a grave and persistent risk to our way of life within the United States with an increasing number of FEMA declared “major” disasters in each of the last several years.Give Now