Oshkosh Area United Way (OAUW) is getting a new home and plans to move into the space in April. The current OAUW office at 21 W. New York Ave., once Oshkosh Fire House #8, was sold in 2022.
“This unique and historic office has served us well the past five years, but we look forward to the new location which will increase visibility in the heart of Downtown Oshkosh and our connections to the community,” said OAUW Board of Directors Chair Amy Sitter.
The agency is moving to the upper level of what originally was Oshkosh Savings and Loan at 16 Washington Avenue. OAUW’s work environment and needs continue to change, making this a great opportunity to find a more suitable space.
“United Way has been a cornerstone for our community for 60 years. This was the perfect time for our organization to find a new home that will allow for continued growth and service,” said United Way CEO and President Beth Oswald. “The new location will have both the meeting and storage space our organization needs to continue to serve the area programs and community.”
The new space will enable United Way to continue in its work to improve lives by inspiring and uniting Oshkosh and surrounding area residents to improve access to early childhood education, mental health, and financial stability.
The Washington Avenue location is managed by 404 N. Main, LLC.
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