We are so proud of our own Jill Miller who is Chairing the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund, activated by the Greater Cincinnati Foundation and United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
Recently, Jill sat down (virtually) with WCPO’s Kristyn Hartman to talk about the success of the fund, which so far has granted $7.2 million to more than 200 diverse nonprofits throughout the Greater Cincinnati region.
The fund is focused on deploying flexible resources to community-based organizations that are supporting families and neighborhoods most negatively affected by the coronavirus outbreak. To learn more about the impact of the fund, visit www.covid19regionalfund.org/impact.
About Greater Cincinnati Foundation
As the region’s leading community foundation, 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.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation
About United Way of Greater Cincinnati
United Way of Greater Cincinnati leads programs and partnerships to help local families move on a path out of poverty with the bold, long-term vision of breaking the cycle of poverty across the region. United Way changes systems and policies across government, corporate and community organizations so they work better for families in poverty. United Way improves lives in 10 counties across Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. It is the largest organized community effort to help families move out of poverty for good. Together, with 90,000 supporters, we unite communities to change lives. Additional information about the programs, initiatives, services, and community impact, is available at UWGC.org #LiveUnited