At United Way, we encourage individuals to BE A HERO in the community by funding the work of our partner agencies. We are feeding people, keeping people safe, providing educational opportunities, and more. It is our goal to empower all individuals to achieve their potential. We do this by funding programs in the community.
Each year the United Way's Annual Campaign raises dollars in our community that are immediately allocated to non-profit organizations that are working to create an impact in the areas of Education, Income, and Health.
2019-20 Campaign Chair: Forrest Gossett
Campaign Goal: $425,000
Domestic/Sexual violence shelter, providing crisis intervention, case management, hotline, groups, court/medical advocacy.
Providing foster and at-risk children with birthday bags full of party supplies and gifts through Missouri Circuit Children's Divisions.
Working to create a healthy community with no unintended births to teens and no sexually transmitted diseases.
Serving young victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse and children who witness violence.
Working to build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities by empowering people to help themselves. Funding to Douglass Community Services will assist the CASA Program, Kids in Motion, Teens in Motion, Community Outreach Initiatives, Head Start and more.
Caring Community Partnership working to enhance the well-being of children and families and the stability and economic viability of the community.
Provides Friday meals, educational programs, and recreation for seniors in the New London are.
Organization provides free, non-emergency healthcare to individuals who do not have insurance and income levels less than 150% of the Federal Poverty Level.
Program that partners with HPS families from prenatal to five providing home visits, group connections, screenings, and resource connections.
Provides a soup kitchen style meal five days a week to the hungry, a monthly food distribution, and sober-living residences for those recovering from addiction. Dollars will be used to help with their feeding programs.
HAYS provides support for Hannibal community youth in the areas of mental health, mentoring, basic needs and safety.
Assists low-income people and the elderly with civil legal problems.
Provides support to individuals with developmental disabilities to develop their full potential through work, volunteerism, accessing community resources and community membership.
Provides seniors and handicapped adults with congregate and home-delivered meals, in-home services, health & wellness, and information and assistance.
Provides food monthly to families in need within the Monroe City School District.
Program meets students' needs, academically and behaviorally to assist with personal growth. The end goal is for students to be valuable, productive community members.
Assists disadvantaged individuals to rise above poverty by providing needed services to enable each individual to reach self-sufficiency and economic stability.
Provides nutritious meals and provides the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and economic well-being of older adults and those with disabilities in the Paris area.
Helps individuals and families in need with food, housing, rent and utility assistance and employment to help improve lives.
Provides meals, in-home care and assistance to seniors and disabled individuals in Shelby County.
The YMCA is for Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. Dollars will be used to provide low income individuals and families with scholarships so they can participate in YMCA programs.
Your support will enable us to empower all individuals to reach their potential!
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