YOUR DONATIONS TO OUR UNITED WAY SUPPORT THESE
PROGRAMS WHICH ARE RUN BY OTHER AGENCIES….
Community Action Council’s EMERGENCY SERVICES program
Clarina Howard Nichols Center’s Shelter Support
Lamoille County Court Diversion – Truancy Program
Lamoille Family Center’s LEARNING TOGETHER program
Lamoille Home Health’s HOMEMAKER program
Maple Leaf Farm – helping Lamoille County residents overcome their alcohol and
Meals on Wheels - providing over 39,000 nutritious meals to our local
RSVP & the Volunteer Center – saving tens of
thousands of dollars by filling local volunteer needs.
You can find out more about these programs by visiting our
website: www.uwlamoille.org PLUS…
WE NOW RUN SEVERAL OF OUR OWN PROGRAMS
Lamoille County Firewood Project
all be able
122+ volunteers • 35 cords
to be warm
in our own
THE RAMP PROJECT
There used to be a 3 year waiting list for people with disabilities to
get ramps and bathroom modifications for their homes. By
committing volunteers and some financial resources, there is now…
NO MORE WAITING LIST FOR
This year, we collected more
than 3,000 POUNDS of food!
UNITED WAY’S INFORMATION
AND REFERRAL PROGRAM
help people of PRESCRIPTION
all ages. DISCOUNT PROGRAM
Neighbor Helping Neighbor Program
It’s so important to
give back to our
For every $100* we give to
help people in crisis,
we ask them to do
1 hour of volunteer service
*The money in this discretionary account does not come from regular donations.
Transitional Housing Project
In partnership with the Lamoille Family Center,
we have secured a transitional apart-
ment for their Learning Together
program. Young women and their
children can live in the apartment for
3 to 6 months and learn the skills
necessary to become successful in life.
They then move on to permanent housing.
This project is funded through a generous grant
from the Morrisville Rotary.
Our Newest Projects
Emergency Planning for Special
Identifying everyone in our community
who would need special assistance
In an emergency.
Caregiver Support Group
A once a month meeting where people who are
serving as caregivers can get together and talk with
others who are in the same situation.
What did JSC raise in the past year
through their United Way campaign?
If everyone at JSC gave just $1 per
pay period, the college could raise
Thank you for your time in viewing this presentation.
We hope you will consider supporting
our local United Way this year.
*If you live outside of Lamoille County, you may
designate your gift to your hometown United Way.