Last year, because you gave...
- More than 350 children received early care and education to help them begin their school years ready to learn.
- 138 children with a disability or special need and their families received services that helped the children work toward important developmental milestones.
- More than 400 students participated in after-school youth programs.
- 151 incoming kindergartners and their families registered for United Way KinderClub At Home.
- 1,736 youth built character, knowledge, and skills through scouting.
- 6,645 documented volunteer community service hours were completed through scouting.
- 347 at-risk children were impacted by a positive adult mentor.
- 24 adults developed skills to be effective leaders in the community.
- Area businesses partnered with more than 1,000 students to help them learn about local employers and education required to work in particular jobs.
- 73 adults with disabilities participated in life skills training.
- 59 students attended school virtually and received supports from United Way Partner Agencies.
- Thousands of new and gently used books were distributed to local children through United Way Take A Book Tuesday in partnership with 22 youth programs and summer feeding sites. Many included a homemade bookmark or note from a caring community member.