United Way receives large grant to help with community programs | News
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - United Way of Greater Cincinnati received a $10,000 grant from First Financial Bank. The grant money will go toward United Way programs, initiatives and community change efforts that will support its Agenda for Community Impact and help achieve the Bold Goals for Our Region.
“We appreciate the generosity of First Financial Bank in helping us fund a network of programs and initiatives that have the greatest potential to achieve measurable community change,” said Rob Reifsnyder, president, United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
“First Financial Bank is committed to giving back to the local community by supporting financial education, economic development and neighborhood development initiatives,” said Adrian Breen, First Financial’s Greater Cincinnati/Kentucky regional president. “We are proud to partner with the United Way to help deliver programs that build strong neighborhoods and position local families for greater success.”
United Way invests in programs and initiatives that focus on education, income and health – the building blocks for a good quality life.