The most direct and powerful way you can make a difference is by giving a monetary donation, and you do not have to wait for the annual campaign to give. The process is easy, and we are willing to work with you! You may fill out an online form and send payment at your convenience, download, and mail a printable version, or use our new online donation feature. We are also willing to work with individuals that would like to make smaller payments over a period of time. We would gladly send out reminders to you. Most of our donors who chose to pay over time, have us invoice them once a quarter, that's every three months or so, however, if this does not work for you please contact us and we will find something that does.
Every Fall the United Way holds its annual campaign. You've probably seen evidence of our efforts around town This is the time of year we really focused our efforts on getting the community to support or organization. Each year our campaign cabinet, a committee of community members, determines a theme, and a monetary goal.
We are lucky at the United Way of Fostoria to have many local companies, both big and small, take part in our annual campaign. These companies hold campaigns within their companies and even make it possible for employees to use payroll deduction as an option to donate. If you would like to involve your workplace please have someone contact us and we will help!
It is not only companies that donate to our campaign each year. We have a great support system with individuals within the community. Without the kindness and generosity of everyone involved, we would not be able to extend our help to as many people as we have. Please remember no donation is too small to help!
Dorothy Conine, President
St. Catherine’s Manor
Andrew Sprang, Vice President
Fostoria City Schools
Frank Kinn, Treasurer
Retired, Bank Executive
ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital
Brenamen Insurance and Financial Services
Retired, City of Fostoria
The Mennel Milling Company
Morgan Advanced Materials
Superior Credit Union
Rev. Derrick Morant
Higher Ground Ministries Church
Program Coordinator, First Call For Help Fostoria
United Way of Fostoria seeks to engage the entire community in our work without regard to race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age, gender, gender identity, & expression, disability, sexual orientation, veteran-status, familial status or socio-economic status. That commitment will be reflected in all aspects of United Way’s work – service delivery, staffing and volunteer participation