A special fund has been started by the United Way of Williams County which will be dedicated to help county residents through financial difficulties brought on by the economic disruption from the coronavirus.
According to the Executive team with the UWWC, the Williams County Ohio COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund has been established “to help ensure individuals, children and families in need are supported during this pandemic”. The announcement of the new fund came on Friday.
For information on ways to help or donate funds, contact Chasity C. Yoder, executive director of United Way of Williams County.
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