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United Way serves all of Williams County.  The organization was formed in 1994 with the merger of the United Funds in Bryan, Montpelier, Edgerton and Stryker. Campaign 2012 marks the 19th truly “united” campaign for Williams County.

Last year, more than 63,000 units of service were provided to Williams County residents through United Way-funded agencies.

And we helped in all areas of the county, including Alvordton, Blakeslee, Bryan, Edon, Edgerton, Holiday City, Kunkle, Montpelier, Pioneer, Stryker and West Unity.