Erika Yingling, Eastern Area Director for the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, addressed Cincinnati Eastside Rotary at a recent luncheon meeting. Yingling leads United Way’s local effort to break the cycle of poverty by providing comprehensive solutions to challenges in the area of basic needs, education, financial stability and health.

United Way of Greater Cincinnati offers programs and partnerships to help local families move on a path out of poverty with the bold, long-term vision of breaking the cycle of poverty across the region. United Way changes systems and policies across government, corporate and community organizations so they work better for families in poverty. United Way is the largest organized community effort to help families move out of poverty for good.

Additional information about the programs, initiatives, services, and community impact of United Way is available at https://www.uwgc.org

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About Our Club

The Rotary Club of Cincinnati-Eastside was formed April 5, 2013 and it's 40 members enjoy fellowship, service and education each Wednesday at a luncheon meeting at Ivy Hills Country Club.  Prospective members are always welcome and each week more people are joining the "ground floor" of this new and vibrant Club.

The members represent a wide range of business, non-profit and government leaders.

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