Giving back to the communities where we live and work is part of who we are as a company. Gateway is proud to foster an environment where each employee feels valued, supported and encouraged to be their true selves at work and within their community.
Gateway’s employees are the heart of our culture of giving and we continually strive to enhance initiatives and bolster resources that nurture community engagement.
Gateway Charitable Giving Program
The Gateway Charitable Giving Program provides our employees with an opportunity to support and engage with the community in positive ways and coordinate engagement on behalf of the firm. This program enables employees to direct a monetary contribution from the company to one or multiple local, non-profit organizations addressing issues in our surrounding communities. These organizations were selected based on employee interests and impact to our region.
In addition, the program seeks and encourages ongoing collaboration and partnership that extends beyond monetary donations. To learn more about the partnerships we have established, please see our Community Network, below
Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati
Center for Independent Living Options
The Center for Independent Living Options, Inc. (CILO) provides services for people with permanent disabilities in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Founded in 1977 by people with disabilities, CILO’s objective is to guide people with physical, sensory, cognitive, and/or psychological disabilities to reach their self-identified goals. The Independent Living Philosophy of self-determination and self-direction is the foundation for CILO’s services.
CILO is governed, managed, and staffed by a majority of professionals with disabilities who have an insight into the issues experienced by people with disabilities. CILO’s services empower people with disabilities to live productive, rewarding lives with pride and dignity.
Childhood Food Solutions
The mission of Childhood Food Solutions (CFS) is to develop solutions for childhood food insecurity that can be applied in a community, tested for effectiveness and duplicated in other communities. Since 2007, CFS has been delivering shelf-stable groceries to homes. CFS provides sacks of groceries to elementary school children right before late-month non-school days. During the school year, children receive their sacks at school. During the summer, CFS works with neighborhood groups to get sacks into apartment buildings and homes.
Dress for Success Cincinnati
The mission of Dress for Success Cincinnati is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to thrive in work and in life. Dress for Success Cincinnati became renowned for providing interview suits to women returning to or entering the workforce. Its mission has expanded to include a wide variety of workforce development programs, but the StyleHER program remains a crucial part of their work and a vital first-step in a woman’s journey toward self-sufficiency.
NewPath Child & Family Solutions
Northern Kentucky Young Marines
The Young Marines is a leadership program for kids ages 8 through the completion of high school modeled after, and endorsed by, the United States Marine Corps. At the Northern Kentucky (NKY) Young Marines unit (one of nearly 300 across the U.S.), the focus is on Military & American History, physical fitness, public speaking, citizenship, community service, and living a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. Young Marines are not required to join the military, but they are required to appreciate the freedoms granted by those who serve(d).