Individual Giving

Make a contribution to your local United Way.

Thank you for considering a pledge to the United Way of Williams County.  Giving to the United Way is one of the most efficient ways to help make an impact in our community.  That’s because the money that’s raised here stays here to help our friends and neighbors in need.

The United Way of Williams County relies on donations from people from all walks of life. United Way contributions fund programs and services that care for people in crisis, foster health and well-being, empower families, and help our kids to grow.

If you currently are a contributor – thank you!

If you are not, we ask you to do your part to build a more caring community.  Consider one of the options below.

 

Payroll Deduction

Consider payroll deduction as an easy way to budget a generous contribution. If your company does not run a campaign or offer payroll deduction, encourage your HR person to contact United Way (419-636-8603) to find out how.

If you are self-employed, retired, or your company is not willing to offer payroll deduction, you can still give to the United Way of Williams County. Simply choose one of the options below.

 

Give Online

You can give online using a credit card, safely and securely by clicking on the button below.

 

Print a Pledge Card

You may also download a pledge card, print it out, and mail with check payable to United Way of Williams County.  Our mailing address is P.O. Box 525, Bryan, OH 43506

 

Leadership Giving

The Thomas M. Herman Leadership Giving Circle is United Way of Williams County’s Leadership Giving program. Leadership givers are invited to United Way events and have their names published in various United Way publications for recognition (unless they or company policy request that donors names remain anonymous).

  • $10,000 and up – Alexis de Tocqueville Society
  • $5,000-$9,999 – Platinum
  • $2,500-$4,999 – Diamond
  • $1,000-$2,499 – Gold
  • $500-$999 – Silver

 

Fair Share

This is a traditional measure of giving equaling one hour’s pay per month (for hourly workers) or one percent (1%) of income (for salaried workers).

 

United Way Caring Club

Again this year, all donors who pledge $120 or more to the United Way will receive a Caring Club Card with discounts and offers from participating businesses in Williams County. Offers are good through January, 2014.

United Way of Williams County will mail all cards directly to donors, provided our office receives a copy of the donor’s home address.  The cards are expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2013.