It's because of your prior donations that we have been able to respond quickly and well to current community needs. I want to share our deep gratitude, help you see what’s happening locally, and ask if you would like to join us in another step of community support.
UWHC, our partners, and local leaders are actively working together to address the holistic needs of our community caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
We will maximize every donated dollar because we are:
- Using a coordinated approach within our community to prioritize the use of federal and state funding before deploying local resources. To do this we’re partnering with other organizations like the City of Findlay, Hancock County leaders, Jobs and Family Services, and schools.
- Coordinating with other non-profit efforts to optimize effectiveness.
- Integrating volunteer service options, in addition to providing relief funding
- Monitoring emerging needs and shifting relief funds to make the largest impact.
WE RESPOND WHEN IT'S NEEDED MOST
United Way of Hancock County has a strong history as a trusted partner. Through flooding events and other community crisis, we’ve been uniquely positioned to assess and meet needs across our community. Our long-established relief fund provides the flexibility to quickly respond to new and changing needs while 100% of Relief Funds stay in Hancock County. They are distributed to established agencies that are measurably improving people’s lives.
We are all in this together. We’ll use your donations to make a large impact.
Angela DeBoskey, CEO
United Way of Hancock County