Agencies and Programs Funded

2018 Annual Report

2018 Annual Report

 

Click on the image for the 2018 United Way of Fairfield County’s Report to the Community.

We envision a strong community and one of our most important resources is our community partners. Through strategic partnerships, collaborative work, the dedication of volunteers and the support of hundreds through our annual campaign, we are achieving measurable results.

 

American Red Cross

American Red Cross / Disaster Relief & Service to Armed Forces: Provides disaster relief ranging from home fires to earthquakes to hurricanes. In these events they provide shelter, food, health, and mental health services to help families and entire communities get back on their feet. Also provides military members, veterans, and their families prepare tor, cope with, and respond to the challenges of military service.

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters / Community and School Based Mentors delivers mentoring services to children age 6 to 18 through two core services, in which a screened, trained volunteer meets 1:1 with a child.


Boy Scouts of America

Simon Kenton Council of the Boy Scouts of America / Mentoring and Life Skills preparing youth to become responsible, participating citizens and leaders who are guided by the Scout Oath and Scout Law through character development and outdoor education.

 

By the Way Clinic

By the Way Clinic / Free Medical Clinic is a community supported and sponsored health care professionals providing care for our neighbors in need.

 

Canal Winchester Human Services / Food Pantry

Canal Winchester Human Services provides a variety of social services through the Community Outreach, Senior Transportation and Community Food Pantry Programs.

 

Fairfield Center for Disabilities and Cerebral Palsy

Fairfield Center for Disabilities and Cerebral Palsy / Adult Day Services & Transportation provides transportation to medical appointments, adult day services, ramps/home modifications and consumer advocacy for nearly 70-years.

 

Fairfield County TeenWorks

Fairfield County TeenWorks / Youth Work Program identifies and helps talented and dedicated youth, between the ages of 16 and 24 discover and experience the world of work. Through objective assessments, we provide youth with the academic enrichment, work experience, pre-employment work maturity skills, career counseling and life skills necessary to be successful in their careers and personal lives.

 

Foundation Dinners

Foundation Dinners / Free Meal Program serves impoverished and homeless people with 3 hot meals a day every day of the year, helping to find jobs and housing.

 

Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland

Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland / Mentoring and Life Skills builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

 

Harcum House

Harcum House / Child Advocacy Center helps to reduce trauma experienced by child victims of violent crime by providing an array of evidence based trauma informed services.

 

Information and Referral 2-1-1

Information and Referral 2-1-1 / Social Services Referral Source serves as the connection between the people in need and the resource available to assist them.

 

The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse / Domestic Violence Shelter provides protective shelter, counseling, advocacy, prevention and case management services to victims of domestic violence and their children.

 

Lutheran Social Services

Lutheran Social Services / Homeless Shelter & Food Pantry provides basic needs and services that revitalize lives through innovative food pantries, homeless shelters, affordable senior housing, and disaster recovery assistance.

 

Maywood Mission

Maywood Mission / Daycare & Day Camp helps the needy including daycare, latch-key, summer camp, food pantry, thrift store, medical clinic and chapel services.

 

Mid-Ohio Psychological Services

Mid-Ohio Psychological Services / Therapeutic Mentoring Program was established to provide quality mental health services to residents in Fairfield County and surrounding areas.

 

New Horizons Mental Health Services

New Horizons Mental Health Services / Signs of Suicide Program seeks to improve the health and well-being of individuals, families and community through quality mental health care and effective community partnerships.

 

PCMA Pickerington / Food Pantry

PCMA Pickerington / Food Pantry provides emergency food to people who reside within the Pickerington Local School District earning 200 percent of the federal poverty level.

 

Pickerington Schools / Project WISE

Pickerington Schools / Project WISE is a Junior High tutoring program where each student who participates receives direct intervention from a coach in a small group setting on a daily basis.

 

Robert K Fox Family Y

Robert K Fox Family Y / Day Camp & Preschool Programs puts Christian principles into practice through programs that promote healthy body, mind and spirit for all.

 

Salvation Army / Adult Day Services

Salvation Army / Adult Day Services for seniors and developmentally challenged adults who cannot care for themselves, providing

support with the aim of delaying placement in a care facility.

 

The Recovery Center / Cybersmart

The Recovery Center is an outpatient treatment center that provides mental health and chemical dependency awareness, education, prevention, intervention and treatment services throughout Fairfield County. Cybersmart is a national cyber safety education program to inform children, parents, and teachers about cyber safety issues.

 

Wesley Ridge Retirement Community

Wesley Ridge Retirement Community / Adult Day Services provides daytime care for seniors in a safe, social environment that is supervised by a registered nurse offering caregivers respite.