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Ohio National Financial Services Invests in Girl Scouts of Western Ohio

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Cincinnati, OH—Girl Scouts of Western Ohio announced today that it received a $10,000 grant from Ohio National Financial Services. This grant will support the community outreach program in Cincinnati, which will engage thousands of local girls in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

The purpose of the community outreach program is to provide Girl Scouting to every girl through in-school programming, afterschool programming, and day and overnight camps. The program is implemented in partnership with local schools, and it enables girls from underserved backgrounds to participate in Girl Scouting during the school year and in the summer. While participating in the community outreach program, girls grow as leaders while learning about diverse subjects that range from conflict resolution to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Thanks to support from local companies such as Ohio National Financial Services, Girl Scouts of Western Ohio is able to offer the community outreach program to nearly 10,000 girls every year.

“We are grateful for Ohio National Financial Services’ recent investment in the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio. This grant will allow thousands of girls from low-socioeconomic communities in the greater Cincinnati region to participate in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience,” said Roni Luckenbill, CEO of Girl Scouts of Western Ohio. “Thanks to this donation, every Girl Scout in Cincinnati will have the chance to discover herself and her passions and take action to make the world a better place.”

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio has been partnering with Ohio National Financial Services to offer Girl Scouting activities in the Greater Cincinnati region for the last five years. Ohio National Financial Services has donated over $20 million to local nonprofit organizations since 1987.