Schueler Group Supports The United Way of Warren County

Schueler Group Supports The United Way of Warren County

The Schueler Group is pleased to support the United Way of Warren County.

And in October, we successfully wrapped up our annual United Way of Warren County campaign.

The United Way of Warren County works throughout the year in our community to improve conditions and create solutions to our greatest needs. Over the decades, the Schueler Group has been a proud supporter of the United Way. 

In fact, for more than 40 years, we have surpassed our annual goal!

Our founder, George Henkle, even helped to initiate the United Way of Warren County’s inaugural campaign.  Today, our CEO, Mike Schueler, has continued the legacy with support and contributions through our annual giving.

This year our company campaign also featured an item donation drive which benefited select United Way partner agencies.

The United Way of Warren County is a collaboration of volunteers, donors and organizations. And these individuals and organizations are united around one singular purpose. They strive to improve for the health, education, financial and workplace stability of every person in our community. As stated on the United Way of Warren County website:

“The work we do goes far beyond temporary fixes to the issues we face. By bringing together people and organizations toward common goals and innovative solutions, we can have a lasting, positive impact on the community we serve.”

The United Way of Warren County’s four main areas of focus are School Readiness, Financial Stability, Workforce Development, and Health & Wellness. Through the areas of focus, the United Way of Warren County is making a profound and lasting impact on the lives of everyone in our community. The United Way raises funds, but it also raises ideas, togetherness and hope.

We are proud to support the United Way and their partner agencies in making a better Warren County! And a big thank you to all of our employees for their generosity!

For more information on the United Way of Warren County, visit uwwcoh.org. Warren County residents can also call the HelpLink 211 phone line. The 2-1-1 number is an information and referral helpline for health and human services needs for Warren County residents.

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