United Way Recaps Successful Campaign

Posted on March 18, 2021

Pictured is President Madelyn Lowery handing the Incoming President Jack McBride the gavel. Also is Kris Hasting Vice President and Executive Committee member Linda Garmon.

The United Way of Hardin County Yearly campaign ended at $176,862.

They allocated $141,888 to their partner agencies or other agencies.

.Red Cross $10,000

.Beatitudes- $4,500

.Big Brothers/Big Sisters- $8,000

.Black Swamp Boy Scouts $4,000

.Community Health Professionals- $5,000

.Dolly Parton Imagination Library- $8,000

.Girl Scouts of Western Ohio-$4,000

.Hardin County Council on Aging-$8,000

.Hardin COunty Family YMCA-$12,500

.Helping Hands Outreach-$17,500

.Kenton LIttle League-$2,500

.Love in the Name of Christ-$12,000

.Midwest Regional ESC-$3,000

.Mobility Foundation- $5,000

.Neighborhood Center-$7,000

.New Hope Ministries- $8,000


.Safe Haven of Hardin County-$6,000

.Salvation Army-$5,000

The United Way of Hardin County was busy through the pandemic. They partnered with the West Ohio Food Bank and Army National Guard to help distribute thousands of pounds of food to Hardin County residents.

They partnered with P&G with the assistance of the Ohio State Highway Patrol to supply hand sanitizer to area nursing facilities, local hospitals and area schools.
Partnered with The Rogers Agency to provide PPE to area nursing facilities and distributed masks at food distributions. Provided grant money to agencies to assist in food and covid relief.

United Way of Hardin County through donations in 2020 helped in over 12,125 units of service through our partner agencies.

The United Way is committed to improving Hardin County by mobilizing the caring power of our community, and would like to thank anyone who donated or volunteered in any capacity this last year and made just that possible.

A year in review video will be available to view with our annual financial report via our website www.unitedwayhardincounty.org before the end of the month.

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