United Way Campaign Begins
Caption: (From left) Matt Phillips, Klondike, First Lady Chris Burns-DiBiasio and President Dan DiBiasio encourage ONU and community members to help the United Way meet the needs of our community and Live United!
The United Way of Hardin County kicks off its annual campaign on September 16. This year’s goal is $215,000 to support 18 community agencies.
Matthew Phillips, Assistant Professor of Accounting and a member of the United Way board, is this year’s campaign chair for ONU. Contact Matt at ext. 2072 or at his Dicke Hall office #221.
Campaign information will be sent via campus mail after the September 16 kickoff and we look forward to the continued wonderful support of those in the ONU family. Pledge cards may be returned c/o Matthew Phillips, Dicke Hall #221.
Thank you for your consideration and Live United!
United Way is the world’s largest privately-funded nonprofit. We're engaging people from all walks of life in nearly 1,800 communities across more than 40 countries and territories worldwide. What we do we may look different in Dubuque than in Dubai, but together we're creating real and lasting change. Our partners include global, national and local businesses, nonprofits, civic and faith organizations, as well as educators, labor, health organizations, government and more.
- American Red Cross
- Big Brothers/Big Sisters
- Boy Scouts of Hardin County
- Children’s Developmental Center
- Crossroads Crisis Center
- Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library
- Girl Scouts of Western Ohio
- Habitat for Humanity of Hardin County
- Hardin County Council on Aging
- Hardin County Family YMCA
- Hardin County Hospice
- Helping Hands Outreach
- Kenton Little League
- Love INC
- Mobility Foundation
- Neighborhood Center
- ReStore Community Center
- Salvation Army