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More than one hundred volunteers evaluate local health and human service programs and initiatives and carefully distribute funds to ensure your gift is invested wisely. This process allows United Way to be extremely efficient, keeping costs low so more dollars go towards providing services. Your United Way partners with nonprofits, businesses, and government entities to help as many people as possible. By donating to United Way, you can support the causes you care about and make a positive impact on those around you all through a single contribution. United Way connects us all, providing real impact through quality programs, services, and initiatives. LIVE UNITED through your investment in the community and in the future, today!

When you give to United Way, your dollars stay in your community to help people who live in your community. Your generosity helps make the Dayton region a better place for us all. We help people learn, develop, hope, and live their best lives. Our goals is to make the Dayton region thrive in the areas of education, income and health that will advance the common good for all in our community.


Interested in working for a non-profit making an impact in your community? We frequently have job openings for a wide range of positions. Check back often for new opportunites, and please, get in touch!


VetsLink Specialist – HelpLink 2-1-1 (hiring for 2 positions)

This position will provide information and referral services to veterans, veterans’ families and caregivers seeking social services.  Additionally, this position will conduct data review and analysis of the nature and scope of services provide. This part-time, non-exempt, grant-funded position carries with it the possibility that it may not be renewed if further funding is not obtained.

Expected Hours of Work (19 hrs/week):

Schedule 1 – Mondays & Tuesdays 9 am – 1pm; Fridays 9 am – 3 pm; Saturdays 10 am – 3 pm

Schedule 2 – Mondays & Tuesdays 4  – 8 pm; Thursdays 1  – 7 pm; Sundays 10 am – 3 pm

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of military terminology and culture, veteran population needs and main social service providers.

Ability to respond to client needs and quickly ascertain underlying needs through effective questioning, while maintaining caller confidentiality.

Ability to remain calm while dealing with confused, emotional or hesitant callers.

Ability to listen to a caller’s needs while searching database and asking effective questions.

Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing.

Skill in using the Microsoft Office suite of products, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Skill in entering, correcting, and retrieving factual information from an automated system.

Ability to compile reports and produce charts and graphs related to VetsLink.

Ability to see trends in data.

Must be willing and able to become AIRS/CIRS certified.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree, preferred but not required, or some level of post secondary education. Additional equivalent or related experience may be substituted for part of the educational requirement.

Service in US military (copy of DD214 required) is preferred.

Work Environment and Physical Requirements:

This job operates in a professional office environment.  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the requisite essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be required to use equipment such as the telephone, computer, fax machine and copy machine. The employee is also frequently required to use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms, and to talk and hear. This position requires sitting for long periods of time but may require to the ability to walk, stand, stoop, squat or drive various periods. Must be able to lift/move objects up to 25 lbs. Visual acuity and manual dexterity required for typing and computer use.

Reliable transportation is essential to this position.

Send your resume to tiffanyr@dayton-unitedway.org   Please indicate the position you are applying for in your cover letter.


Community Resource Consultant, HelpLink 2-1-1

Every day, people find themselves in need of human services — from finding quality childcare to finding care for an aging parent. But too many people go without these necessary and readily available services because they simply do not know where to start. By calling HelpLink 2-1-1, people can connect with a live team member 24 hours a day/7 days a week who will help them navigate our local nonprofit network.

We NEED someone like YOU to handle each phone call with personal care. We are LOOKING to hire a skilled worker to listen to the callers’ needs, research all available service options, and connect them to the help, and follow-up as needed. HelpLink 2-1-1 staff is specially trained to help with problem solving and crisis intervention.

An ideal candidate will have a degree in social work or related field (additional equivalent or related experience may be substituted for part of the educational requirements); two years experience in social work, with one year I&R related and/or crisis intervention related experience preferred. Strong knowledge of community resources is essential. Verbal and written communication skills; crisis intervention skills; assessment skills; listening skills; excellent computer skills; database management and problem solving skills. Reliable transportation is essential to this position.

Send your resume to tiffanyr@dayton-unitedway.org

Please indicate the position you are applying for in your cover letter.







33 W 1st Street, Suite 500
Dayton, OH 45402



225 North Barron Street
Eaton, Ohio 45320

EMAlexa Joyce - AlexaJ@Dayton-UnitedWay.org
Serving Montgomery, Greene, and Preble County of Ohio

United way and AFL-CIO



Board Members

board member dan davis

Dan Davis

Senior Vice President

Nick Edwards

Senior Vice President
Key Bank

Evan Kloth

Zahedi - Kloth Group
board member julia belden

Julia Belden

Chief Financial Officer
Five Rivers Health Centers
board member paul benson

Paul Benson

University of Dayton
board member rafi rodriguez

Rafi Rodriguez

Rodriguez Financial Strategies, LLC
board member tom maultsby

Tom Maultsby

President & CEO
United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
board member stephen herbert

Stephen Herbert

Coolidge Wall Co

Sue Ciarlariello

Respiratory Care/Sleep Center, The Children’s Medical Center

Carl Kennebrew


Diane Walsh

Executive Director
Miami Valley AFL-CIO C.L.C.

AJ Ferguson

Project Manager, Economic Development
Downtown Dayton Partnership

Peter Bath

Vice President
Kettering Health Network

Tom Kelley

Assistant County Administrator
Montgomery County

Brent Lewis

Greene County Family and Children First

Steve Ringel

President, Ohio Market

Jo Alice Blondin

Clark State Community College

Paul Dorsten

Retired, Manager
General Motors

Brian O. Martin

Executive Director
Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission

Graham Bailey

Manager, Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Thomas Ritchie, Sr.

Dayton Miami Valley AFL-CIO Regional Labor Council

Robert O. Fischer

National Trail Local

Mary E. Garman

Chief Operating Officer
Miami Valley Hospital North


Our Staff

LaShandra Banks

Community Outreach Counselor
(937) 225-3017

Rosalie Bonacci-Roberts

Manager, VetsLink 211
(937) 225-3050

Patty Breeding

Finance Director
(937) 225-3011

Daniela Brill

AFL-CIO Labor Liason
(937) 225-3018

Melissa Bruck

Data Services Manager
(937) 225-3014

Brent Byerly

Vice President of Finance and Business Development
(937) 225-3010

Shalena Capers

HelpLink 211
(937) 225-3000

Crystal Carroll

HelpLink 211
(937) 225-3000

Melonya Cook

Director of Community Planning
(937) 225-3058

Nick Eddy

Manager of Volunteer Connection
(937) 225-3039

Laura Engel

Community Relations Assistant
(937) 225-3051

Antoinette Hampton

Associate Vice President of Resource Development

Etana Jacobi

Manager, Hall Hunger Initiative

Linda King

Community Resource Consultant
(937) 225-3000

Alexa Joyce

Director, Preble County
(937) 456-7174

Amy Kettner

Marketing Manager
(937) 225-3059

Keesan Lasley

Specialist, VetsLink 211
(937) 225-3028

Terri Leputa

Associate Vice President of Resource Development
(937) 225-3024

Robyn Morris

Community Resource Consultant
(937) 225-3000

Tom Maultsby

President and CEO
(937) 225-3061

Valeria McDaniel

Administrative Assistant
(937) 225-3021

Sondra Mullins

Finance Accountant
(937) 225-3012

Catherine Myers

Community Outreach Counselor, SilverLink
(937) 225-3020

Suzzy Nandrasy

Director of Community Initiatives
(937) 225-3019

Jasmine Osborne-Samba

Community Resource Consultant
(937) 225-3000

Debbie Posey

Community Resource Consultant
(937) 225-3000

JJ Pritchett

Community Resource Consultant
(937) 225-3000

Tonya Pugh

Manager, HelpLink 211

Sandy Williams

Director of HelpLink 211
(937) 225-3032

Alice Reid

Community Resource Consultant
(937) 225-3000

Denise Reid

Community Resource Consultant

Tiffany Rubin

Director of Human Resources and Administration
(937) 225-3026

Tracy Sibbing

Vice President of Community Impact
(937) 225-3031

Michael Squire

Director of Resource Development
(937) 225-3025

Nicole Switzer

Director, Greene County Branch
(937) 910-6003

Carla Tanner

Database Coordinator for HelpLink 211
(937) 225-3037

Kim Walker-Jones

Community Resource Consultant
(937) 225-3000