WARREN, Ohio – The United Way of Trumbull County celebrated its move to new offices at 295 Harmon Ave. in Warren with a ribbon cutting Sept. 27. Its previous building was not ideal for the agency, chapter president Christine Cope said.
Now that United Way of Trumbull County has relocated, Cope said it has more time to help its partner agencies and support those in the community.
“It took the month of July to move,” Cope said. “We were really focused on doing that so we could have a nice fresh start right here in this building.”
Although the building is smaller, Cope said she believes it is the perfect fit.
Cope took over as president in July and spent her first months overseeing the move. The new location is the first step in her plan to take the organization to new heights for its 100th anniversary.
Pictured at top: At the ribbon cutting ceremony are Warren Mayor Doug Franklin, Lisa Taddie, United Way board chair; Eddie Colburt, director of public safety and services for Warren; Ken Haidaris, president of THG Real Estate and owner of the building; Christine Cope, United Way of Trumbull County; Thomas Adair, vice president of THG Real Estate; Melissa Maki, United Way board secretary, and Tammy Jorgensen, director of private banking at Premier Bank.