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Fuel Cincinnati


About Supporting The Founders


Fuel Cincinnati® relies entirely on grants, corporate sponsorships, and charitable donations to meet our operating goals. For more information on how you can sponsor Fuel Cincinnati®, please contact our Development Director Bethany Miller at [email protected].

Sponsorship FAQ

We want our sponsors to rest assured knowing that their contribution will be put to proper use, so Fuel Cincinnati® prides itself on two key stewardship factors:

(1) We operate with zero paid employees. Thus all contributions can be placed directly toward supporting the mission of the organization. In other words, without much overhead, your donation goes virtually 100% toward supporting the projects we fund.

(2) We believe in transparency. A summary of financial distributions can be made available to any contributing sponsor to ensure funding is placed toward areas of greatest need.

Definitely! Sponsorships from local businesses will enable Fuel Cincinnati® to remain on a path of growth, and to ensure funding is placed toward the projects with the most impact on Cincinnati.

Absolutely Not! By no means are donations limited to cash-only. We are happy to accept product and/or service donations.

Yes! Fuel Cincinnati® recently announced our first ever individual giving society - the Fuel Founders. For as little as $50, you can become a part of the Fuel family and help launch non-profit ideas right here in Cincinnati. Please visit the Fuel Founders here for more information on making a donation.

Yes! Fuel Cincinnati® is one of the main programs of Give Back Cincinnati, which is a federally registered non-profit organization.  Therefore, any contribution you make is 100% tax-deductible. Upon submitting a donation (products, services or monetary), Give Back Cincinnati will issue you a "Receipt of Charitable Donation," which can be used for a tax deduction.

For more information on making a donation, please visit the Fuel Founders here.

Our Sponsors

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