The "Home" T-shirts retail for $20 and are available online at www.CincyGive.com, the Connect Cincinnati mobile app and in eight Cincinnati Bell stores across the region. The proceeds from the T-shirt will go to four local charities: CancerFree KIDS, The Dragonfly Foundation, USO of Central and Southern Ohio, and Spca Cincinnati.

But, where did the idea for a T-shirt come from? Cincinnati Bell revealed the story of how the #CincyGive campaign came to be in a new video released today.

 

Employees & community members are encouraged to help us spread the #CincyGive message by sharing the video through your own social media channels and using the hashtag #CincyGive. The video can be found on Cincinnati Bell's FacebookTwitter, and LinkedIn pages. 

Please feel free to also share selfies and group pics of you and your colleagues wearing the shirts to help build additional awareness and excitement for the campaign on social media.

"We've been part of Greater Cincinnati for more than 140 years, and are passionate about serving consumers and businesses throughout the region," said Christi Cornette, Cheif Culture Officer. "We will continue to innovate and promote our technology, but now is the right time to put the focus on the people we employ, the customers we serve, and the places that mean so much to all of us."