Mission, Policy, & Grievance Statement

Our Mission is to improve the community by enhancing the lives of our residents in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. We cultivate and distribute resources to qualified partners that align with our impact areas, and we develop programs where needs persist.

We are committed to serving those in need with mutual respect, kindness, safety, and dignity. To this end, United Way of Guernsey, Monroe, and Noble Counties requires all member agencies have policies in compliance with the anti-terrorism and non-discrimination requirements of the USA Patriot Act and US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Guidelines. 

As a condition of United Way funding, these policies must be on file in our office by January 1st of the award year with any future policy updates supplied to United Way within 30 days of implementation. 

Our employees, volunteers and board members are required to adhere to all agency policies including those related to anti-terrorism, non-discrimination, conflicts of interest, confidentiality, harassment, equity, and inclusion. 

Perceived violations of any policy should be reported, in writing, to the United Way Executive Director and Board President for prompt investigation at PO Box 5, Cambridge, OH 43725.