The Comeback is Greater than the Setback
Our annual United Way Campaign raises funds for our 16 Partner Agencies who provide services to residents of our community, from infants to the elderly. This year, our county has been especially impacted by COVID-19 and related economic uncertainly, such as higher unemployment rates and loss of stability for many residents in the communities we serve.
However, with your support, we know that together we can overcome the challenges of 2020 and beyond.
Join us in The Comeback
Your United Way Dollars at Work
$25 will buy 156 pounds of food from the Food Bank which can help a newly widowed/divorced single parent to get back on their feet.
$50 will buy a tank of gas for an abused women to move herself & her children to a safe community.
$50 will buy a month’s supply of certain seizure medicines.
$100 will provide an elderly widow with a ninety day supply of medication.
$170 will enable a single parent to take their GED test, paving the way to attend college and obtain a higher wage to provide for his/her children.
$150 will pay tuition for a 3 hour dual credit class for a high school senior.
$260 will provide one nutritious lunch to 43 elderly people through Opportunity Inc.