Community Impact

$540,350 Invested in Dalton, Marshallville and Orrville in 2023!

The Breakdown

$73,500 fund Percy Programs, the Michael J Manges Scholarship, and pledges made with specific designations.

$466,850 fund grants to non-profits that provide direct services to meet the most pressing needs in our community.

Because of our United work, over a half a million dollars is invested in the Dalton, Marshallville and Orrville community each year. Since 1958, Orrville Area United Way has raised and distributed over $17.5 million dollars to Eastern Wayne County programs that measurably improve quality of life by engaging the caring power of our community. Thank you for being part of this investment!

Community Impact Investment 2023


Nurturing Children & Youth

Dalton CARE Team
Family Support Specialist

Orrville Area Boys & Girls Club
Physical Education & Leagues
Teen Center


The Salvation Army Orrville-Maiwurm Service Center
Seasonal Assistance

YMCA of Wayne County - Orrville Branch

Helping in Hard Times

American Red Cross
Disaster Services

Community Legal Aid
Civil Legal Services

Julia's Place Emergency Shelter

The Salvation Army Orrville-Maiwurm Service Center
Emergency Assistance

Promoting Health & Wellness

Addiction Treatment

Viola Startzman Clinic
Healthcare for the Under-served

Wayne County Children's Advocacy Center
Case Manager
Forensic Interviewer

Developing Life Skills

Aspire-Wayne County Schools Career Center
Aspire Learning Center Orrville

NAMI Wayne & Holmes Counties
MOCA House Recovery Program

ALICE (Asset Limited Income Constrained Employed) represents those that live above the Federal Poverty Level but struggle to afford basic expenses. We invest in programs that help ALICE households gain financial stability so they don't have to make impossible decisions. As a CommUNITY, we all benefit when our neighbors and coworkers can afford basic essentials like housing, childcare, education, food, transportation, healthcare, and technology.