About Us

Who We Are

We are problem- solvers.  We go after Paulding County’s toughest challenges.  We develop solutions and turn those solutions into action to improve the lives right here in Paulding County. And we never give up.  Our mission of the United Way of Paulding County is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of the community.

What We Do

The United Way of Paulding County’s purpose is to increase the organized capacity of the people of Paulding County, Ohio to care for one another through the establishment of a community process which brings people together to identify, improve, and where possible, resolve health and human-care problems, all in an effort to promote individual well-being and social good.

Health – FamilyWize prescription drug discount cards are being distributed by United Way of Paulding County. This card could lower the cost of medicine by an average of 35%. United Way of Paulding County is providing these cards free of charge to everyone in our community. There are no age restrictions, no income restrictions, no limit on how many times you can use it and no waiting to get a card.

How We Do It

We win by living United.  When you give, advocate and volunteer you create community impact. By working together with the United Way you to become a problem-solver. By working together and forging partnerships we are able to find new solutions to old problems.  By mobilizing the best resources and inspiring individuals to join the fight against Paulding County’s toughest problems.

Together, we take a hard, long look at the problems facing our community.  We involve experts and leaders and people in our community to find solutions. We set ambitious goals and hold ourselves accountable.  Because change doesn’t happen alone,  To live better we must Live United.


Meet Our Board

Taryn began her journey with the United Way of Paulding County July of 2016 and currently serves as the Executive Director.

Taryn and her husband have four children and have live in the Village of Paulding since 2013. She is active in the community and is currently a member of the Public Policy, Kiwanis, Paulding County Family and Children First Council, the Red Cross Leadership Council, and Vice Chair of the Paulding Chamber of Commerce.

Taryn is very passionate about her work and wants everyone to know that the United Way of Paulding County is your resource and even if it isn’t a program they fund directly they can help put you in contact with someone from hundreds of different agency to get you the assistance you need.

Officers                                                                     Trustees
Taryn Stiltner-Executive Director                           Joaquin Bilbao
Megan Clark- President                                          Tara Schlatter
Tim Manz- Vice-President                                       Lora Lyons
TBD – Treasurer                                                        Rachel Jones
Joanne Mobley – Secretary                                      Aric Mericle