The United Way of Greater Cincinnati recently named Procter & Gamble a 2023 Workplace That Cares.
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Since P&G helped start the United Way of Greater (UWGC) Cincinnati, our people have contributed meaningfully to communities and people in need, especially in our headquarters’ hometown.
Recently, the UWGC named P&G number one on its list of 2023 “Workplaces That Care.”
Our commitment goes back more than a hundred years. Our founder’s grandson William Cooper Procter helped start the first community fund that would evolve to be United Way today.
“Being a large company and being able to do such a thing (as help to create the United Way) is amazing and very humbling,” said Emily Hickey, Research Specialist in Products Research at P&G’s Mason Business Center.
Today, Emily is part of the team that leads P&G’s Young William Cooper Society, young professionals who are galvanizing support among their organizations to support the United Way of Greater Cincinnati. She first volunteered with the United Way after learning about its work during a presentation at P&G.
“That really struck a chord with me — to want to make the community better and help out as much as I possibly can,” Emily told PG Daily News.
P&G Brand teams also support this important work:
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