On June 10, the FC Cincinnati Street Team, presented by Cliffs, participated in the Upstander 5K. During the event, the club interacted with fans who ran the race, provided FCC giveaways, and listened to the many connections of the race participants to the Holocaust and Humanity Center. The Nancy and David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center, sponsor of the Upstander 5K, highlights the importance of being an upstander within a community.
An upstander is a person who, “stands up for themselves and others. They harness their characters strengths to meet their moment and pursue justice, both great and small, inspiring others to do the same.” FC Cincinnati is committed to leaving a legacy, creating something bigger than ourselves, and being the embodiment of a rising Cincinnati.
The club’s support of local organizations, such as the Nancy and David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center, helps us to foster an inclusive community within our region.
In conjunction with the support provided at the Upstander 5K, FC Cincinnati will be offering a Jewish Heritage Night ticket package for the October 4 match. Fans are encouraged to purchase a ticket through this package. In return, they can receive a limited-edition Jewish Heritage Night scarf. To purchase, please visit HERE.