United Way of Bedford County

About United Way of Bedford County

Katie Fink

Meet Katie Fink

Executive Director of United Way of Bedford County

Meet the Board Members of United Way of Bedford County

Executive Board

Vicki Foor

Vicki Foor

M&T Bank

President of United Way of Bedford County

Greg Hauck

Greg Hauck

Bedford Reinforced Plastics

Vice President of United Way of Bedford County


Tina Imes

Allegany College of Maryland

Secretary of United Way of Bedford County

LaRhonda Batzel

LaRhonda Batzel

First National Bank of PA

Treasurer of United Way of Bedford County

Victoria Black

Human Resource Manager & Executive Assistant


Terri Adomnik

Terri Adomnik

Valley Community Services

Director of United Way of Bedford County

Stephanie Cessna

Hometown Bank

Director of United Way of Bedford County

Deb Baughman

Deb Baughman

Bedford County Commissioner

Director of United Way of Bedford County

Mary Heller

Mary Heller

Olde Bedford Brewing Company

Director of United Way of Bedford County

Our Mission

Our mission is to increase the organizational capacity of people to care for one another.

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Impact Statement

We serve non-profit agencies for the greater benefit of the Bedford County community. Our focus is on Health, Education, and Financial Stability of the community. Our 14 Grant Recipient non-profit agencies provide many essential and worthwhile services and programs to Bedford County residents – young, old, and in between.


Diversity, equity, and inclusion is a journey, not a destination.  We firmly believe that to successfully carry out our organizational vision and mission, the United Way of Bedford County must be committed to advancing these principles.

The United Way of Bedford County (UWBC) strives to strengthen our community and help those in need. Led by a volunteer Board of Directors, we are deeply committed to our mission and continuously seek to ensure that our resources are used in the most impactful way.

We believe diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the heart of what it means to LIVE UNITED. As such, every person is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect. We value the uniqueness of every individual, the importance of community, and the power of the collective good.

We value the perspective of our neighbors to advance our mission and to advocate for the well-being of every person across the region. Our communities are more vibrant when all members have a voice and are encouraged to contribute. Together, we solve community problems and strive for equity in all solutions.

UWBC does not discriminate against others based on, but not limited to, race, national origin, creed, color, religious belief, disability, marital status, age, sexual orientation, gender, or gender identity. We denounce racism and ethnic discrimination, sexism, prejudice, and injustice in all forms.

UWBC will continue to uphold these values and beliefs in pursuit of our mission and in service to our community. They will guide our practices and policies that govern employment, volunteerism, funding decisions, service delivery, as well as our relationships with donors, partners, and the Bedford County community.