About The Otsego County United Way

Did you know that the Otsego County United Way directly provides the following services?

$30,000 in direct non-profit assistance to the following agencies to support their community programs in and for Otsego County: the Northwest Michigan Health Department, Northern Homes CDC, Otsego County Juvenile Court, Otsego County Library, Otsego Memorial Hospital, Community Mediation, Otsego County Child Welfare Alliance, Women's Resource Center, Otsego Food Pantry, and Salvation Army.

In 2016, the Otsego County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), a  program we sponsor and house, provided over 35,000 volunteer hours directed in high community impact areas such as non-emergency medical transportation, including the "Cancer Van," Food Pantry, tutoring, literacy, education, mentoring, and mediation.

We have provided over $350,000 in direct aid for community members to insure that underprivileged community members can become functioning community members.