United Way by the Numbers
Preschoolers and their families were provided high-quality early care and education through 18 United Way-funded programs
Students receive mentoring and homework assistance and/or tutoring to help them succeed in school with United Way-funded programs
Adults benefit annually from training provided by the United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education
Children benefit annually from training provided by the United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education
Individuals received financial education and counseling on basic budgeting, credit card management, first-home purchasing assistance and foreclosure prevention
Individuals attended 78 onsite trainings at the United Way Center for Financial Stability
Individuals/families received housing assistance with rent, mortgage, utilities, and food vouchers in order to help them prevent homelessness
Individuals received cancer education; of that number, 1,400 women received life-saving breast and cervical cancer screenings
Seniors were provided with community-based home care services, personal care, emergency and basic care services
|10,500||Seniors regularly received hot, nutritious meals|
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