United Way of Greater Cincinnati says it may fall short of this year's 61-million dollar goal. Campaign leaders say some of United Way's many programs may lose money or be cut entirely. They're pushing to make up the nearly one million dollar shortfall by October 28th.
Last year Cincinnati ranked 11th in the nation for United Way giving.
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