Children acheive developmental milestones needed to succeed in school.
Youth are prepared to become accountable adults.
Families are safe and protected, healthy and economically self-sufficient.
Stabilizing lives by providing for basic needs
Money raised in United Way's annual campaign is reinvested into programs throughout Adams County run by the partner organizations listed below
Thanks to the generosity of the thousands of individuals and over 200 area businesses and private foundations who pledge support during our annual campaign, United Way is now investing $636,300 through grants to 29 local partner agency programs. Grants are determined by a 35-member panel of community volunteers assembled through United Way’s resource investment process. Volunteers make site visits to assess each program and experience first-hand how their services result in measurable impact for the clients they serve. The 7-week process emphasizes the importance of accountability, transparency, and community impact in health, education, and financial stability.
United Way provides leadership, fiscal services and support for the following agencies/collaborations: