Financials and Reports

At United Way of Greater Stark County, we know you have a choice of where to give. Our organization is committed to transparency, so you can see how your dollars are working directly to improve the health, education and financial stability of people in our community.

To ensure that your generous gift is used where it’s needed the most, we use data and community impact research to inform our funding decisions. These reports reveal the challenges and the opportunities the currently exist in our community.

Below you will find United Way’s ALICE research report, data on our 2-1-1 services and our audited financial statements. Please contact us with any questions.

 

Stark County Reports

Financial Reports

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, United Way of Greater Stark County undergoes an annual audit by an independent CPA firm. See our financial statements below for details.

2-1-1 County Reports

United Way’s 2-1-1 helpline connects Greater Stark County residents to the health and human services that they need. View our county reports to see how each community is using our referral service.

ALICE Ohio Reports

ALICE is a United Way acronym that stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. We use this term to identify those who earn incomes above the federal poverty level but still can’t afford basic needs like housing, food, transportation, child care and health care.

At United Way of Greater Stark County, we use ALICE research to shine a light on the financial instability that exists in our community — a far broader problem than traditional poverty measurements currently show. This research can inform our discussions as we work to find solutions.

Learn more: uwstark.org/alice