IMPACT REPORT 2018
A MESSAGE FROM OUR BOARD CHAIR
I'm always amazed at how our community unites to support those in need. Thank you for supporting United Way of the CSRA and making a positive impact in the lives of those who are facing challenges or just need a little help. With your efforts we are all making a meaningful difference in many lives everyday. You never know if your neighbors have food in their cabinets, if your coworker is having a hard time getting to work, or if you one day will need a helping hand. Your support of United Way helps uplift people's spirits, help build road-maps to independence, and build a stronger community for our future generations to inherit.
We are all in this together and we need your continued support as we head into 2019. Your investment and engagement in our community are invaluable....so now is the time to jump in and join United Way on our journey forward.
- Scott Elledge; WJBF News Channel 6
WJBF News Channel 6
DID YOU KNOW?
Every 3 minutes
your United Way of the CSRA impacts a life right here in our backyard
1 in 5 residents
are impacted by United Way supported programs
Nearly 20,000 calls were answered by our free 24/7 2-1-1 Referral Helpline
from local residents who needed assistance in finding food support, clothing donations, rent assistance, summer camps, transportation, and more
A MESSAGE FROM OUR CAMPAIGN CHAIRS
On behalf of United Way's Board of Directors, Staff, Campaign Committee, and volunteers we would like to express our most sincere gratitude to our community for supporting us this year. Thanks to you, we were able to raise $3,016,425 for our region. Your demonstrated commitment helps to improve health and wellness, provide financial stability, and facilitate education for all in the region. Because of your support, we can continue our great work with community partners across fifteen counties.
You have helped change lives and inspire change in some of the most meaningful ways. And for this, we thank you for allowing us to continue our mission of helping local residents reach their full potential.
- Dr. Anthony Robinson; Rural Sourcing Inc., and Jordan Pierce; First Community Bank
Dr. Anthony Robinson
Rural Sourcing, Inc.
First Community Bank