United, We Can
Building a strong community where all people can thrive depends on your generous support.
CENTENNIAL SOCIETY & ROUNDTABLES
Our Centennial Society and Roundtables represent United Way of Greater Cincinnati's largest and most generous benefactors. Their gifts and investments are critical as we work together to help children and families take the first steps on a path out of poverty. Together, we can help more families move closer to self-sufficiency and a better life. Together, we can help more families thrive.
With gifts from $25,000 and up, this premier group of leaders consists of influential supporters who lead the way to an even better community. These generous influencers make significant gifts that accelerate change, engage other leaders and connect their peers to join the life-changing work we're doing together.
Centennial Society members have complete access to United Way’s entire portfolio of donor events and supporter privileges, including those at the Tocqueville level. In addition to this collection of rich programming and networking, Centennial members have exclusive access to networking events with top regional and national leaders such as:
- Michael Fisher, CEO of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
- Tom Williams, CEO of North American Properties
- Richard David, Executive Chairman, U.S. Bancorp
- Meg Wittman, President and CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise
United Way Roundtables, our greatest levels of support, allow some of the most successful people in our community to invest in our most impactful work. This elite group of investors ensures our collective work to unite communities to change lives is successful across our region.
- Four Million Dollar Roundtable
- Three Million Dollar Roundtable
- Two Million Dollar Roundtable
- Million Dollar Roundtable
- William Cooper Procter Roundtable ($500,000)
- Frederick A. Geier Roundtable ($250,000)
For more information, contact:
Stephanie joined the United Way of Greater Cincinnati in 2021 and is passionate about social responsibility and making a difference in our community today and for generations to come. Should you have any questions about endowments, planned giving and establishing your legacy, email her at Stephanie.Vorhees@uwgc.org or call 513-762-7134.
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