218,000+

individuals were impacted in 2018 by programs and initiatives supported by United Way. 

31,909

individuals were able to achieve academic success and become more prepared for their future through education-related services

6,552

children gained life & leadership skills through extra-curricular programs

19,000

students received afterschool mentoring & tutoring

360

young children received free books to read during the summer through Book Bash

1,367

children received meals before or after school to promote academic readiness

1,000+

children received socks & underwear through Operation Seats & Feet

720

children received free school supplies through Stuff the Bus

individuals were able to become more competitive in the workplace while gaining access to financial and supplemental resources to promote independence

108,304

76%

employment rate for those who completed job skills training programs

55,677

meals were provided to the homeless or severely impoverished

919

individuals received rent & utilities assistance to prevent eviction & loss of living necessities

1,338

individuals received budget & credit counseling support

1,216

mentally or physically disabled individuals received job training

3,232

nights of shelter were provided to individuals & families in need

78,786

individuals were able to strengthen their community's capacity to address needs while gaining access to health related services and support

17,591

uninsured or underinsured were given access to health & dental services

3,246

servicemen & women received necessity items, counseling & emergency communications

2,071

less fortunate young children

received dental care

4,957

individuals were trained in disaster prepardness & relief services

13,528

rape crisis calls were answered & referred to therapeutic sessions, criminal justice support, or medical treatment

1,850

domestic violence victims received shelter, support therapy, or called the crisis hotline for help

Local companies, schools, churches, and other organizations impacted lives all year long. 

Our free and confidential helpline that is available 24/7 in multiple languages matched the needs of residents with available resources to promote positive well being. 

Volunteers in service to America help foster early learning and literacy, parent engagement, and bridge the gaps between communities and schools. 

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