Combined Campaign

United Way

Thank You

We would like to thank our current and future United Way donors. Our community needs your support of United Way. We thank you and don't ever want to take your generosity, or United Way's ability to respond to our community's most important needs, for granted. So we are reminding you to pledge to United Way for this year's giving campaign and we're asking you to contribute what you can.

Every contribution, no matter how small, helps. Our United Way is effective. It uses your money wisely. It supports home visits for the elderly, getting kids ready for school, diversity, training programs to get folks ready for work, housing stabilization and so much more. United Way needs your support. The pledge of $19.23 per week is the leadership level. We ask that you pledge at this level, or above if you can, to help us continue to make our impact. Your contributions ensure United Way will be able to meet the needs of those in our community. Every contribution makes a massive difference in the communities in which we all LIVE UNITED in.


What Your Dollar Can Buy

Learn what your dollar can buy with a United Way contribution.

Lottery Ticket

Ten hungry children will receive a backpack filled with food to feed them over the weekend.

Latte

A person without health insurance and in a medical emergency will receive a prescription.

Fast Food Meal

An under skilled or underemployed individual will receive eight hours of job readiness training.

Take-Out Dinner

An adult or family in crisis will receive ten hours of legal services.

Pizza Delivery

A victim of domestic violence will receive ten hours of legal services.

Night at the Movies

Eight children with disabilities will each receive one week of daycare and therapy.


A Day in the Life of Your United Way Contribution

Addressing community need. Driving solutions. Measure results. See a day in the life of your United Way contribution.


Social Media Links

Facebook: DaytonUnitedWay

Instagram: #LiveUnitedDayton

Twitter: @DaytonUnitedWay