ANNOUNCEMENT: In response to the current environment, we are committed to the safety, health & welfare of our staff, volunteers & members at all times. During this time of unprecedented caution aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus strain COVID-19, we are taking serious measures to do our part to flatten the curve of transmission of the virus. At this time we have made the difficult decision to postponed Banking on Our Community. We will update as more information is available.

As the very fabric of our community, our region’s banks and accounting firms continue to lead the way, building stronger and healthier communities. In keeping with this philanthropic spirit, The Cincinnati Community ToolBank is hosting Greater Cincinnati’s 7th Annual “Banking on Our Community” on Thursday, June 18, 2020. Banking on Our Community is a one-day, hands-on volunteering event, with local banks and accounting firms and their clients assisting selected local nonprofit organizations. This event helps inspire others to volunteer in our community to make it a better place to live, work, and play.

Why should you get involved in Banking on Our Community?

              • Relationship Building: Each banking and accounting firm will have the opportunity to network with their clients by working side by side on a community project helping to improve our community while also cultivating deeper relationships with their clients.
              • Team Building: Employees from each firm will work collaboratively during a hands-on volunteering event that will foster team building and strengthen their internal leadership.
              • Community Building: Participating firms will also have the option to volunteer at their preferred charitable organization, which can further strengthen a relationship with an existing client.
            • Public Relations: We will be partnering with local media outlets to get significant coverage of the event. The volunteer event, including an appreciation after-party, will be positioned and messaged as the local banks and accounting firms collectively thanking the community in which they work and live. The event will also highlight the banking and accounting firm’s commitment and investment in the health and wellness of our communities.

Is your company looking for new ways to get involved with the ToolBank? Consider supporting the ToolBank as a yearly sponsor which incorporates more activities for your volunteers and employees. Click to learn more about our  Banking on Our Community – Sponsorship opportunities or call Kat Pepmeyer at 513-246-0015 or email kat.pepmeyer@toolbank.org.
Click here for our 2020 Banking on Our Community Brochure

Click here for our 2019 Impact Page

Become a sponsor of “Banking on Our Community”

Banking on Our Community 2019 Recap

2019 Nonprofit Partner

The mission and vision of the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is dedicated to creating adventure, conveying knowledge, conserving nature, and serving the community.

With the addition of our fourth pillar to our Mission Statement, Serving Community, we recognize the responsibility to partner with diverse and economically challenged communities in our daily work.

Many Thanks To All Of Our 2019 Sponsors!

Presenting Sponsors

 

Other Event Support

Banking on Our Community 2018 Recap

2018 Nonprofit Partner

The mission and vision of the Reds Community Fund is dedicated to improving the lives of youth by leveraging the tradition of the Cincinnati Reds and the game of baseball. During Banking on Our Community 2018, nearly 75 volunteers will prepare the Reds Community Fund for their annual “Community Makeover” event by completing pre-event projects in Roselawn.

Learn more about the Reds Community Fund by clicking here!

Many Thanks To All Of Our 2018 Sponsors!

 
 

Inkind Event Support

Banking on Our Community 2017 Recap

The ToolBank hosted its 4th “Banking on Our Community” on June 23, 2017. During the 2017 Banking on Our Community Event, nearly 200 volunteers assisted the Cincinnati Zoo with projects including building bat houses, constructing beehive enclosures and creating bluebird houses.