Please contact the agency’s Emergency and Empowerment Services Program at 419-242-3521 if you should need further assistance.
To reduce poverty by providing comprehensive services that create pathways to self-sufficiency.
To reduce poverty by inspiring hope and delivering services to those who seek self-sufficiency.
Service – Serving our clients and the community with dignity and respect while delivering exceptional service.
Partnership – Working in collaboration with customers, community partners, and funders toward achieving our mission.
Stewardship – Managing resources responsibly and with integrity to ensure accountability and sustainability.
Hope – Knowing we can make a difference.
Helping set families on the path to self-sufficiency
Brothers United is helping men tackle the challenges of fatherhood so they, and their families, can reap its rewards.
Our partnership programs can help offset the costs of the utilities your family needs.
Our workforce development programs help individuals move toward financial stability by teaching them job-search and job-retention skills, as well as financial literacy.
Pathway has partnered with Owens Community College to prepare individuals for the high-school equivalency exams (GED).
Seniors and the Disabled
Our services for seniors aged 60+ and the permanently disabled are designed to keep you healthy and independent in your own home.
Sometimes it’s hard to know where to begin. Our case management services are designed to help you define your goals and find out what resources and programs are available to you.
Meet Mr. Charles King
Charles began working with Brothers United. Working with them has changed his stance on not only fatherhood, but on manhood as well.
“I look back and remember watching New Jack City. That sparked in me this idea that I owe back. I owe churches, I owe my mom, I owe Malcom. Now that’s my approach to life. So when I got a job at BU, that’s how I felt like I was paying back what I owed. By sharing my story. If 20 of them are in the streets doing illegal stuff, maybe only 2 or 3 of them catch it, but that’s still something. It’s an opportunity to pay back what I owe. And in my mind, that’s a lifelong debt.”
Empowering fathers to have stronger, healthier relationships with their families.
Brothers United supports men in their most important role – fatherhood. We help dads have a positive influence on their children’s lives by providing them with mentoring, financial guidance, and assistance finding a steady job.
We’re Paving the Way to
a Better Future
Help us make a difference where it’s needed most.
of Toledo is living below the poverty line
of families with children under 5 were deemed poor
of children are living on public assistance
There are so many ways to help.
Pickup and transport food
Conduct intake interviews
Pass out flyers
Drive the clients to appointments
And every bit counts.