Local Agencies Lead Charitable Efforts For COVID-19 Relief
Local charitable funds and foundations are working to generate money to provide supplemental relief to individuals and organizations as our region, like the rest of the world, responds to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and the United Way of Greater Cincinnati joined some of the region's largest corporate entities like Procter & Gamble, Fifth Third, Kroger and Scripps to activate a regional response to assist with food insecurity, housing and shelter, medical response, and care for children and seniors.
The Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky also launched a new fund to raise at least $4 million to provide flexible financial assistance to nonprofits serving Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties. Half of that goal has already been achieved through support from the Butler Foundation, the R.C. Durr Foundation and corporate partners.
Joining Cincinnati Edition to talk about the efforts are United Way of Greater Cincinnati President and CEO Moir Weir, Greater Cincinnati Foundation President & CEO Ellen Katz, Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky President Nancy Grayson.
Note: Weir and Grayson will speak to Cincinnati Edition in separate conversations.
Listen to Cincinnati Edition live at noon M-F. Audio for this segment will be uploaded after 4 p.m. ET.
Never miss an episode by subscribing to our podcast: