The Board of Trustees of the Woodward High School of the City of Cincinnati (known as “Woodward Trust”) was established in 1827 to provide for the educational benefit of financially-needy students residing within the City of Cincinnati.
The Trust’s focus is currently divided into three “Need Components” -
Woodward Trust provides funding for needy Cincinnati Public School (CPS) K-12 students. Funds are used for school supplies, clothing, calculators and other similar items for specific needy students as well as educational field trips and fees for college applications and testing. These funds are administered by the CPS Treasurer’s Office within specific guidelines.
Student Assistance Program Brochure
Student Assistance Program Description
For more information, please contact Woodward Trust's Executive Director at WoodwardTrust@hotmail.com
The Operation School Bell Program provides uniform clothes, shoes, jackets and hygiene supplies for thousands of needy students.
For more information, please contact the Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati at (513) 221-4447 or visit the Assistance League's website.
Woodward Trust invites and encourages those with suggestions for new and changed programs to contact us and to participate in discussing such alternatives. While Woodward Trust has limited funds, the Board of Trustees constantly strives to ensure the maximum benefit from its programs and funds.