United Way of Delaware County News

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May 4, 2017: Because no one should live in fear

Law enforcement officers across Delaware County respond to multiple domestic violence calls every day. Sheriff Russ Martin reports that calls to domestic incidents are second only to theft offenses.

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September 15, 2016: Delaware County Law Enforcement Responds to Increased Need for Domestic Violence Resources

Delaware County Sheriff Russ Martin, Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien and members of the Delaware County Criminal Justice Association presented a check for $26,000 to Turning Point to assist with funding the construction of a shelter for victims of domestic violence in the county.

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September 14, 2016: Olentangy High Cross-Country Team Makes A Difference

The United Way of Delaware County Women’s Leadership Network met with the young ladies of The Olentangy High School Cross-Country team.

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February 12, 2016: Kidnapping survivor speaks out at Delaware County United Way event 'God made me come back for a reason'

Michelle Knight’s faith and determination helped her to survive 11 years of captivity and abuse.

"I asked God to let me die if I had nothing left to offer anyone," Knight said at a United Way of Delaware County event in Lewis Center on Wednesday. "I heard, 'It's not your time.' God made me come back for a reason."

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January 6, 2016: 2015 Successes

United Way of Delaware County had productive 2015. Homelessness, human trafficking tackled.

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