Foster Mother’s Life Changed by Local Extension Office

Tredella Floyd made a huge difference for her kids and foster kids with the help of the Wayne County Extension Office.  Photo courtesy of Bobby Warren and the Daily Record.

OSU Extension's county offices offer a wide range of resources to all, but did you know that they have the power to turn lives around?  The office in Wayne County did just that for Tredella Floyd, a 51-year-old foster mother.  Read her story.

And if you want to make a difference for families throughout Ohio, make a gift to Ohio State. Financial literacy is just one of Extension's signature programs.  County offices also help teach teens about safe driving, focus on healthy lifestyle choices, helping towns boost their economies, STEM training, and so much more.

You can support your local office or make a gift to greater OSU Extension to help this programming reach even more families.  Either way, you are changing communities and lives!