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United Way of Coshocton will be accepting applications from local non-profit programs for Community Impact funding.

To apply, click on this link, download & fill out the application form. (It’s a fillable PDF file.)
Email the filled application forms to

Applications will be accepted until June 30, 2022.

Uniting Neighbors, Impacting Lives

2020-2021 Campaign

Here are just a few examples of where your United Way donation is going, and the impact you are making on your community.

Last year:

  • Over 2,200 high school students and their parents from the 4 high schools had access to career help through the Coshocton C.A.R.E.S program
  • Emergency food and shelter was provided for local families victimized by domestic violence
  • Over 1,000 children recieved a free book every month through the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program
  • Handicapped individuals were provided with equipment to help improve their mobility issues
  • Families were provided boxes of food to feed their families through local food banks
  • Children received immunizations they needed for attending school
  • Boys and Girls were given leadership skills and camping opportunities
  • Students were given help with homework so that they would not fall behind in school
  • Rec programs provided children with team building skills and healthy activity

2021-2022 Campaign Sponsors

Our Community Partners

If your child is under the age of 5 and lives in Coshocton County, fill out the form to register him/her to receive free books by mail every month.

This program is funded entirely through donations, so if you would like to sponsor a child ($25/year/child), please signup to be a sponsor today.

Latest NEWS

The inaugural .5k race was held Saturday, August 14th at the Warehouse with over 80 walkers attending! Many brought their fur babies or their human babies to help muster the strength to walk the grueling .5k route along Whitewoman Street. Along the route were several station to incentivize the weak, such as the Kissing Station, […]
The United Way of Coshocton is adding to its board roster by bringing on 3 new members. Dana Markley is the HIM (Health Information Management) Manager for Coshocton Regional Medical Center, and has been employed there since 2011. She also is an Adjunct Instructor at Zane State. Dana has been the hospitals’ United Way Campaign […]
The United Way of Coshocton is proud to announce that it is bringing on 2 new board members. Captain Dean Hettinger and Leondra Davis were voted in and will start serving the United Way of Coshocton as of November 2020 Leondra Davis is currently working as the Coshocton Family Drug Court Coordinator.  She began working […]

About US

* Supporting pro-active programs that teaches children and adults coping skills, resiliency training and how to be a leader.
* Supporting safety net services when necessary.
* Locally governed making what we support what matters most to Coshocton.
* $.99 cents of every dollar donated stays here in Coshocton County.
* One donation reaching over 30 programs.