About UWDC

The United Way of Delaware County, Ohio is in the business of creating meaningful and tangible impact in our community.

We are focused on education through programs and services that help children and youth achieve their potential. Your contributions help to increase access to quality child care and early childhood education. They help to support youth mentoring programs and scouting programs that develop tolerance, diversity and conflict resolution. They provide advocacy for abused and neglected children, and support for school children who are at risk due to substance abuse within their families.

At the Family Resource Center, you can see your United Way contributions at work in a variety of programs, including those that focus on income by promoting financial stability and self-sufficiency. United Way and the Community Action Organization have reached out to residents with free tax filing assistance and earned income tax credit counseling, through volunteers trained through the government's VITA program.

United Way also is focused on improving the health of Delaware county residents at all stages of life from hearing screenings for newborns, to substance abuse intervention programs for youth, health and safety education for adults, and a variety of services to help senior citizens maintain health and independence in their own homes.

As donors, advocates and volunteers, we belong together — because it takes everyone in the community, working cooperatively, to create a brighter future.

We invite you to be part of the change. Help us inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow.

Give. Advocate. Volunteer. LIVE UNITED.