The First Financial Foundation has announced its largest-ever grant campaign, with $510,000 going to 66 community organizations in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois.
"Our work to help communities thrive and grow often takes the form of collaboration with strong local organizations and projects such as these, and I'm confident that our work together will deliver a powerful lift to the neighborhoods, towns and cities we serve," Roddell McCullough, chief corporate responsibility officer for First Financial Bank, said in a press release.
Among the recipients: the Boys and Girls Club of Northern Kentucky, which will receive $25,000 to create "positive change in the areas of workforce development and education, and neighborhood development," as well as the expansion of a after-school program for at-risk youth.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports the grants are part of First Financial's $4 million in community donations made in 2022 alone.
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