Take the Tour With Us!
United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley moved to 255 Watt Street in 1983. We have called it home ever since, but recent growth spurred a complete renovation and expansion of the building. In September of 2019, we moved out temporarily as builders and contractors gutted the entire building and added 2,500 square feet. This created a brand new conference room as well as a basement area for storage. We added a new volunteer space, a new office configuration, and new individual work spaces.
We want to thank Ed Muransky and the Muransky Companies for generously donating office space to our staff as the renovation was completed. Thank you for giving us a home away from home during this transition!
Take a look with our President Bob Hannon.
We could not have done this alone. Our United Way had generous donors and supporters stepped up to provide us with this beautifully renovated building, which ultimately allowed us to stay in Downtown Youngstown.
Thank You to Our Donors
- The James and Coralie Centofanti Charitable Foundation
- The John S. and Doris M. Andrews Memorial Fund
- The Youngstown Foundation
- John and Loretta Hynes Foundation
- Frank and Pearl Gelbman Charitable Foundation
- Ward Beecher Foundation
- Home Savings Charitable Foundation
- J. Ford Crandall Memorial Foundation
Thank You to Our Builders and Contractors
- Brock Builders
- Dave Kiraly
- The Muransky Companies
- Josh Thompson
- “Joe” Dickey Electric
- McHenry Industries
- Window World
- Simon Roofing
- RT Vernal Paving & Excavating
- RL Smith Graphics
- Resource Office Furnishings, Inc.
- Stride Tree Service
- Tabor Landscaping & Garden Center, Inc.