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United Way in Wood County

At United Way in Wood County, our goal is to create long-lasting change by addressing the underlying causes of problems. With a commitment to solving critical community issues, such as ensuring all kids are prepared to enter kindergarten, eliminating homeless and improving dental access,  United Way works to galvanize and connect all sectors of society — individuals, businesses, non-profit organizations and governments — to create long-term social change that produces healthy, well-educated and financially-stable individuals and families.

Wood County 2015 investment decisions
Thank you to an incredibly generous community who allowed us to invest $361,101 benefiting Wood County residents. Click here to see the 2015-16 community investments.

We recognize giving is not the only way to create lasting change which is why LIVING UNITED includes giving, advocating, and volunteering. Click here to learn more about our work.

Measuring progress
Every program United Way funds is evaluated annually on program outcomes. This gives us a sense of the achievements of each individual program. We also evaluate and compare community indicators to establish a collective look at what's being accomplished collaboratively as a community.
Click here to view the July 1 - December 31, 2014 Community Investments Results Dashboard

Connecting people and resources
United Way 2-1-1 in Wood County assists residents by finding help and volunteer opportunities in our area. This important service acts in coordination with No Wrong Door, a unique program of Wood County Family & Children First Council, that maximizes one's chance of finding help in the often-complex service network.

United Way 2-1-1 serves Lucas, Wood, Ottawa, Hancock, and Erie counties. Did you know in 2014, United Way 2-1-1 in Wood County recieved 3,535 requests for information, referral, or assistance?

Click here to read more about United Way 2-1-1 in Wood County and to view the report.

When making a donation, please consider making a gift to United Way in Wood County.

Get Involved!
To learn more about our work in Wood County please call our office at 419- 352-2390, or visit our facebook page. If you are interested in volunteering you can search available Wood County volunteer opportunities in areas that match your interest.  

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