Our outstanding employees are the driving force behind Cincinnati Children’s and its ranking among the top hospitals in the nation. Not only are we committed to excellent healthcare, we are also deeply invested in the community we call home.
The Office of Community Relations facilitates employee engagement efforts through which our employees take part in events and programs that strive to improve the quality of life for children and families.
Community Relations offers a Volunteer Ambassador Program, which helps our faculty and staff find opportunities to give back to Greater Cincinnati. We encourage a philanthropic worldview through enriching and challenging experiences for colleagues and neighbors.
Employees have participated in several regional volunteer events, including:
- Cincy Cinco
- Cincinnati Walks for Kids
- EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) volunteer filing program
- IFCK (Injury Free Coalition for Kids) playground build
- The Midwest Regional Black Family Reunion
- Paint the Town
- Safe Kids Coalition: Walk Our Children to School
- United Way Community Care Days
> Cincinnati Children's Volunteer Ambassador Program Request Form
Cincinnati Children’s leverages its large employee base to conduct significant fundraising campaigns that further our commitment to making a difference in the region. Recipients include the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, ArtsWave, the American Heart Association’s Heart Mini Marathon and the March of Dimes March for Babies.
Cincinnati Children’s is able to make a substantial impact in our community thanks to the consistent financial support of our dedicated employees and senior leadership. Last year, we raised nearly $1.5 million in support of these organizations and deployed nearly 1,500 volunteers in improving the quality of life for Greater Cincinnati residents.