United Way accepting applications for new agency

| April 27, 2015

COSHOCTON – The United Way of Coshocton County, Inc. is very pleased to announce that they are accepting letters of interest from area non-profits desiring to become a partner agency of the United Way.

Two new partner agencies were added in 2012, Coshocton CARES and Hope Clinic. Because Hope Clinic receives adequate support from other sources, they were no longer in need of United Way dollars.

For the past five campaigns, donors have generously met the monetary goal and most importantly, uncollectibles have stayed at or under 5%, allowing more money to be put into local non-profit programs.

Last year, the 19 United Way agencies provided services to over 20,000 Coshocton residents.  The three areas of focus for the United Way are health, education and financial stability.

Interested non-profit agencies are asked to send a letter with the following information:

  • Name of Organization, employer identification number, and copy of latest 501-c3 tax-exempt status determination letter.
  • Name, mailing address, telephone number and email address of the organization and its principal contact person.
  • Mission and purpose of the organization.
  • General summary statement about organization’s current needs, including a description of the program(s) for which the organization seeks support.

Letters of interest must be received by the United Way of Coshocton County on or before May 15.  After review, chosen agencies will be invited to fill out a formal application to be further considered prior to final selection in June.  Mailing address for United Way of Coshocton County:  P.O. Box 84, Coshocton, Ohio 43812. Contact Lyn Mizer at 740-622-4567 with any questions.  Additional information about United Way can be found at www.coshoctonunitedway.org.






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  1. This is awesome, this agency is top notch, they do so many good things for so many people, the integrity of this agency stands tall in the community.