These United Way participating agencies provide a full range of services and programs that respond to people's immediate needs and prevent those needs from occurring again, whenever possible. Please consider this important opportunity to be a leader and LIVE UNITED® by making a generous pledge.

The Betsey Mills Club - Betsey's Closet provides free professional clothing and interview skills to women across the Mid-Ohio Valley who wish to better their employment status or return to the workforce. Betsey's After School Program provides unique learning experiences for elementary and middle school age children including meditation, leadership, and anti-bullying campaigns, yoga, & other movement arts. PHONE: 740-373-4981

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington County  - Provides one-on-one mentoring to improve lives of at-risk children in our community. PHONE: 740-797-0037

Boys & Girls Club of Washington County  - Provides affordable after-school services, offering mentoring and homework assistance in a structured, safe, well-supervised environment. PHONE: 740-373-4123

Caring Connection  - Provides emergency assistance with utility bills, rent, and prescritpion needs, along with free assistance preparing state and federal tax returns. PHONE: 740-376-9903

Cutler Community Center - Provides assistance with emergency needs (i.e., food, transportation to medical appointments) for local residents. PHONE: 740-989-2706

Ely Chapman Education Foundation  - Provides partial scholarships to qualified students in after-school programs or summer camp. PHONE: 740-376-9533

EVE, Inc.  - Provides free safe temporary shelter, intervention, supportive and prevention services, to domestic violence and sexual assault victims. PHONE: 740-374-5820

Firefly-A Spark of Hope - Provides cancer patients with monetary support for household expenses. PHONE: 888-227-0848

Marietta Family YMCA  - Provides scholarships for youth and family memberships and youth programs. PHONE: 740-373-2250

Mid-Ohio Valley Autism Community (MOVAC) - Provides support, resources, and opportunities within the Mid-Ohio Valley for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. PHONE: 740-373-3781 EXT. 38

Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home  -Residential Recovery Program that provides a supportive, sober living community to start a new life free from addiction. PHONE: 304-485-3341

O'Neill Senior Center  - Provides medical transportation for seniors. In 2016, logged 166,406 passenger miles, provided over 12,000 trips, and served seniors living throughout Washington County.  PHONE: 740-373-3914

Parents & Friends of Hearing Impaired  - Provides funding for purchases or repairs of hearing aids for low-income children and adults. PHONE: 740-423-8436

The Right Path for Washington County  - Provides opportunities for youth and families to spend quality time together. The 'I Am Enough' campaign empowers youth to recognize that they are enough, just like they are, without drugs/alcohol or anything that puts them at rish of achieving their dreams. PHONE: 740-374-6990

Salvation Army  - Provides assistance for immediate basic needs of county residents through a variety of programs. PHONE: 740-373-4043

Senior Nutrition Program, Washington County Community Action  - Provides home delivered meals, as well as frequent personal contact, to seniors in Washington County. PHONE: 740-373-3745

Washington County Free Clinic  - Provides quality medical care to those residents of Washington County who have no health insurance. One of several programs offered is assistance with prescription medication purchases. PHONE: 740-376-0261

Washington County Harvest of Hope  - Provides fuel and maintenance for their food "rescue" truck that delivers food to local food pantries and community meal sites. PHONE: 740-538-8811