CINCINNATI GIVES 2018
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, approaching its 150th birthday in 2025, is embarking on a bold new campaign to celebrate the milestone by expanding several wildlife exhibits, easing visitor logistics, and adding family friendly experiential attractions.
GUIDE TO GIVING
As Greater Cincinnati’s PBS station, CET is the largest classroom, the largest stage for the arts, and a trusted window to the world, providing multichannel broadcast and online services, including CET Arts, the first 24-hour arts and cultural channel in the country.
Since opening, the Cincinnati ToolBank has helped more than 343 nonprofit agencies in Greater Cincinnati complete more than 14,000 projects by providing them with quick and reliable access to an inventory of high-quality tools and equipment at just 3 percent retail value.
My Furry Valentine’s Mega Pet Adoption Event has grown in size and popularity, becoming one of the largest animal adoption events in the country. We welcome more than 15,000 attendees to our annual event, held over Valentine’s Day weekend, and we have facilitated the adoption of more than 5,000 animals to date.
NAMI Southwest Ohio is dedicated to improving the lives of families and individuals affected by mental illness through education, support, and advocacy.
We train superheroes: indigenous faith and medical leaders around the world who are doing what is said to be nearly impossible. They battle against a global epidemic of more than 1.2 billion people infected with one of 19 Neglected Tropical Diseases that disfigure and disable children and families while trapping them in a continuous cycle of poverty.
The Friends’ primary objective is to raise support for the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. We fund programs and equipment that fall outside the Library’s budget, such as early literacy stations, author visits, and campaign support.
Our mission is to provide professional, low-cost spay/neuter services to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable homeless cats and dogs in shelters in the Greater Cincinnati area, including surrounding counties in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana, and to help owners keep their beloved pets in their homes by avoiding preventable illnesses.
At United Way of Greater Cincinnati, we bring together people, organizations, and resources to create solutions to our community’s most complex challenges. Our No. 1 goal is to reduce poverty by helping children and families thrive.