Our Supplemental Basic Needs Initiative enables us to fund programs that address an inidividual or family's immediate and short-term needs such as job loss, mental health issues, or a sudden physical disability.
Requests for help have increased by more than 30% in our region, and our community's generosity enabled us to assist over 2,800 individuals last year.
UWNCM partners with 16 local non-profit service providers, including food pantries, homeless shelters, and Salvation Army groups. When necessary, we provide grant funding for food, short-term hotel stays, fuel deliveries, and prevention of utility shut-offs.
To donate to the United Way Supplemental Basic Needs Initiative, pleaseCLICK HERE.