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Who are the partner agencies directly serving through your United Way contribution?

  • 5,125

    children served

  • 2,261

    senior citizens served

  • 940

    families served

  • 114

    veterans served

live united with chairs The Cooke Family

Join Our Campaign Chairs
Casey & Kelly Cooke

in reaching this year’s
United Way of Ashland County’s goal!

“We are leading the way in cultivating Ashland County to be a healthy and thriving place for everyone. Join us and lead the way in your circles to make a difference in our communities!” 

What Could Your Money Buy?

$2 Treat a Week


Financial support for people with medical needs in Ashland County

$20 Takeout 1x/week


Food for fifty families every year

$5 Coffee 2x/week


Mortgage/rent/utility assistance to a family in need


% of the 16K+ people served by our partner agencies by residence location

  • Ashland 76%

  • Loudonville 4%

  • Perrysville 4% 

  • Polk 2%

  • Sullivan 2%

  • West Salem 3%

  • Nova 2% 

  • Jeromesville 1% 

  • Greenwich 1%

  • Savannah 1%

  • New London 1%

  • Hayesville 1%

  • Nankin >1%

  • Lakeville >1%

% are approximate from official stats

Our Partner Agencies

  • ACCADA logo
  • Access logo
  • Appleseed Community Mental Health Logo
  • Ash Council on Aging
  • Ashland Christian Health Center
  • Associated Charities logo
  • hospice north central ohio
  • Kidney Foundation
  • Krock Center
  • Olive Tree Logo
  • Advocates for Families
  • Red Cross Ashland County

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    United Way Ashland

    Stacy Schiemann

    Director of United Way of Ashland County

    Stacy graduated from Ashland University with a Bachelor’s in Social Work and from Regis University with a Master’s in Nonprofit Management. She started her career as a licensed social worker in the child welfare field specifically working in foster care and adoption. She then worked as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Program Officer at Providence House, a Crisis Nursery in Cleveland that works with families actively living in crisis situations placing their children at higher risk for abuse and neglect. She moved back to Ashland from Cleveland in 2016 and became the Executive Director of United Way of Ashland County in January 2017.