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    • GIVE. ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER.
      Why give to United Way?
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
      • Your dollars stay here = Money raised in Genesee County, stays in Genesee County
      • Administrative costs are low = More dollars to invest in the community
      • All decisions are community driven = First hand knowledge of the community’s needs
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
      United Way 101
    • Funded PartnersThese programs rely on our funding:
      Basic Needs - $550,000
      Work Activity Center Traverse Place
      Vocational Independence Program Genesee County Youth Corp
      One Stop Housing Resource Center Credit Repair/Bankruptcy
      Genesys Health Foundation Legal Services of Eastern Michigan
      Comprehensive Emergency Services Emergency Shelter/Transitional Housing
      Salvation Army Shelter of Flint, Inc.
      Safe House Emergency Shelter North End Soup Kitchen
      YWCA Catholic Charities of Shiawassee & Genesee Counties
      Disaster Services
      Medical/Dental Program
      American Red Cross
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Funded PartnersThese programs rely on our funding:
      Older Adults- $225,000
      Kinship Caregivers Adult Day Care/Art Therapy
      Hispanic Senior Club Center for Gerontology
      Catholic Charities of Shiawassee & Genesee Counties
      Senior Citizens Program In-Home Elder Care
      Family Service Agency Visually Impaired Center
      Family Service Agency
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Funded PartnersThese programs rely on our funding:
      Strengthening Families $405,000
      Immigration and Language Services Family Pride
      American Arab Heritage Council Connexion
      REACH Family Counseling
      Genesee County Youth Corporation Family Service Agency
      Domestic Violence Support Program Life Skills Day Program
      YWCA of Greater Flint St. Luke’s NEW Life Center
      Legal Empowerment and Advice Program Immigrant Family Services
      Legal Services of Eastern Michigan Jewish Community Services
      Fostering Success Child Care Referral
      Entrepreneurial & Financial Literacy Data Base Programming
      Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan 4C Child Care Unlimited
      Family Services Program
      Bilingual Case Management
      Catholic Charities of Shiawassee & Genesee Counties
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Funded PartnersThese programs rely on our funding:
      Child/Youth Development $375,000
      Community Based Mentoring Afterschool Arts & Character Building
      Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Flint Boys & Girls Club of Greater Flint
      Inclusive Child Care Training CASA – Court Appointed Special Advocates
      4C Child Care Unlimited Consortium on Child Abuse & Neglect
      Urban Initiative
      Tall Pine Council, Boy Scouts of America
      Urban Outreach Girl Scouting
      In-School Scouting
      Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan
      SKIP to a Great Start
      CHILL-Youth Violence Prevention
      Bendle Family Health Services
      Genesee Intermediate School District
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Funded PartnersThese programs rely on our funding:
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
      Board Initiatives- $527,860
      Attendance Court Systems of Care
      Genesee County Family CourtUnited Way of Genesee County Solution Councils
      2-1-1 FACT – Flint Area Congregations Together
      Resource Genesee
      Bridges to the Future
      United Way of Genesee County
      School Readiness Action Plan
      Assessment of Children’s Mental Health Usage
      Priority Children
      Non-Profit Capacity Building
      BEST Project
      United Way of Genesee County
      GAIN$ - Genesee Area Individual
      Development Account Network
      United Way of Genesee County
      Ms. Howard saved $1100 in the Gain$ program. With their $3000 match, she was able to start her own business, a daycare!
      Ava Howard, GAIN$ 2009 Graduate
    • Funded PartnersThese programs rely on our funding:
      Systemic Change - $311,740
      Earned Income Tax Credit Professional Development
      Genesee County Tax CoalitionMaltreated Infant/Baby Court
      Strategic Planning One Stop Housing Resource Center
      Genesee County Community Collaborative Genesys Health Foundation
      Youth Yellow Pages Housing Policy Initiative
      Resource Genesee FACT – Flint Area Congregations Together
      Leadership Genesee Scholarships Marketing Research
      Resource Genesee Project VOX/MOST
      PACT – Parents & Children Together Merger Discussion Facilitation
      Genesee County Friend of the Court C/CAN
      OATS (Organizational Assessments & Tech Support)
      BEST/United Way
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Total Investment inCommunity Programs
      $6,469,465
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Fiduciary & Technical Services
      United Way provides fiduciary services to 10 programs and 3 non-profits that have generated $43,000
      BEST
      Boys & Girls Club of Greater Flint
      Bridges to the Future
      Child Advocacy Center
      Do the Right Thing
      Downtown Weed & Seed
      Eaton County United Way
      GAIN$
      Keep America Beautiful
      McCree Theater
      North Central Weed & Seed
      Tree City
      VITA
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Community Services
      United Way/UAW
      Ramp Program
      The Ramp Program, a partnership between United Way, General Motors and the UAW, began in the mid 1980s.
      The United Way/UAW Ramp program has built over 4,700 ramps in our community.
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Community Services
      Bridges to the Future
      The Bridges to the Future Program is one of United Way’s signature initiatives. The program is featured in 15 sites throughout Genesee County. The program’s focus is providing a link to day school, and will include fun and challenging activities.
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Community Services
      United Way and UAW Region 1-C
      Bone Marrow Program
      We are the local branch of the National Bone Marrow Registry, and we have added 17, 500 donors to date. From this list of donors, 44 life-saving bone-marrow matches have been made.
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Community Services
      Maltreated Infant/Baby Court
      Baby Court was created in response to the loss of jobs and the corresponding increase in child abuse and neglect. United Way provided $14,736 to train eleven Infant Mental Health Specialists on providing services to infants/toddlers and their families. There are approximately 500 infants/toddlers waiting on assessments. Baby Court had its first graduation – and family reunification – in February 2009.
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Community Services
      Attendance Court
      A collaboration between the Court and United Way, Attendance Court provides casework services for youth petitioned to court for truancy, educational neglect, and school incorrigibility. 67 youth have participated in Attendance Court this fiscal year.
      2007-08 Countywide Truancy Statistics
      • 25,846 students were absent 5 percent or more of the school year, down 14 percent
      • 10,502 students were absent 10 percent or more days, down 21 percent
      • 2,450 students were absent 20 percent or more days, down 33 percent
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
      Photo Credit: Peter Schottenfels
      The Flint Journal
      Judge Duncan M. Beagle congratulates a student on completing the county's truancy program for minors at the Genesee County Courthouse in Flint.
    • Community Services
      Tax Assistance
      United Way purchased six computers for tax preparation, making it possible to:
      • File returns electronically and save clients the fees and interest on rapid return loans
      • Ease of volunteer training
      $1,222,158 – Federal dollars
      &
      $699,030 – EITC DOLLARS
      Total captured in 2007 = $1,921,188
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • Community Services
      One Stop
      Housing Resource Center
      The One Stop Housing Resource Center is a program that provides the homeless and near homeless with a single point of access for an array of support services.
      Initially open twice a week, One Stop now services the community
      5 days a week
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
      Agency Clipboards for Client Privacy
    • Community Services
      One Stop
      Housing Resource Center
      One Stop provides staffing from 11 agencies:
      • Health Access
      • DHS
      • GCCARD
      • CMH
      • Shelter of Flint
      • Flint Odyssey House
      • Flint Strive
      • IARC
      • Hamilton Community Health Network
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
      • Legal Services of Eastern Michigan
      • Genesee County Youth Corporation/ Genesee Resource Center
    • Community Services
      One Stop Housing Resource Center
      Support services include laundry facilities and computer access:
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org
    • GIVE. ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER.
      So…why give to United Way?
      We are RESPECTED
      We are COMMUNITY
      We HELP YOU, HELP OTHERS
      www.unitedwaygenesee.org