Medina County – We Are Your United Way
United Way has served the residents of Medina County for nearly 100 years, working to improve the lives of individuals, children and families by advancing education, income and health.
In 2020, United Way of Medina County and United Way of Summit County merged to become one organization – United Way off Summit & Medina. This merger will allow our organization to coordinate a regional strategy for community impact, taking advantage of the close ties between Summit and Medina counties. At the same time, we will focus on the issues that matter most to residents in each community.
This is your home. No matter who you are, we want your voice to be heard. We want to help you make a difference. After all, we are YOUR United Way.
Invest In Your Community’s Future
As a Medina County resident, when you give to United Way of Summit & Medina, your investment stays in our community, supporting programs that help Medina County residents of every age and every walk of life.
Whether you are an individual donor or a business leader, United Way gives you the opportunity to take an active role in improving the community – from supporting initiatives you are passionate about to participating in exciting volunteer projects. Help us build a better future for Medina County!
If your organization would like to support lasting change in Medina County by running a United Way campaign, contact Kathy Marrin at [email protected].
Learn more about these United Way programs available to Medina County residents
Provides free books to children ages birth to five in Medina County! Each month, a brand new, age appropriate book will be mailed to every child enrolled beginning with the children’s classic The Little Engine That Could™.
Provides information and referral to supportive services, including supplemental food and nutrition programs, substance abuse treatment, disaster services and more. This free, confidential service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT CENTER:
Provides free one-on-one financial coaching, helping Medina County residents acquire the skills to budget and save, develop healthy banking relationships and raise their credit scores.