United Way
of Otero County

    Live United.
United Way Mission

         TO INCREASE
    THE ORGANIZED CAPACITY
              OF
        PEOPLE TO
  CARE FOR ONE ANOT...
Families           Health


 Where the
                                    Seniors            Youth
                      ...
A Single Gift...A Broad Impact
Protecting Children & 	 	 	 	
	 	 	 	 	 Strengthening Families
Promoting Healthy
	 	 	 Minds and Behaviors
Keeping Citizens Safe
Nurturing Our Youth
Promoting Self-Sufficiency
            & Independence
Preventing Illness and
           Promoting Wellness
Confidence in Giving
LOCAL

• Money raised in
  Otero County
  STAYS in Otero
  County to help our
  neighbors.
EFFECTIVE


• The United Way assigns
  undesignated gifts to the
  greatest needs.
IMPACT


• Your gift to
  United Way of
  Otero County helps
  16 local programs.
PEOPLE


• People caring for
  people is the
  foundation of our
  organization.
Community Agencies
Alamogordo Senior Center
Promoting Socialization

• 6,231 dinners served
  annually

• 3,000 Meals on Wheels
  dinners annually

• Encourage social...
Boys & Girls Club of
Otero County
I AM GREAT
• Inspire & enable children
  to realize their full
  potential

• Up to 135 children visit
  the After School ...
CHINS (Children in
Need of Services)
CHINS Supporting Families for 25+ years


 • Play Therapy Counseling
   - ages 2 to 10 years

 • Advocate for families in
...
Cloudcroft Summer
       Youth Program
Learning Can be FUN


• Provide safe summer activities

• Sports, Reading, Arts,
  Swimming and more
Making a Difference
COPE (Center of
Protective Environment)
Providing Shelter & Hope

• 571 survivors helped during
  fiscal year 2008-09

• 176 Crisis/hot line telephone
  calls rece...
Best Predictor of Future
 Abuse is a History of
       Past Abuse
    Once violence begins,
  without intervention it has
...
Counseling Center
Providing Behavioral Services Since 1971




• 170 clients served

• Assist with medical
  prescription costs

• Supports ...
Holloman AFB
      Family Services
Keeping Families Connected


• Multiple support programs
  available

• 3,500 persons served this
  year



              ...
Operation: Kids
 Investigating
 Deployment

   A mock deployment
 designed to help military
   families understand
      d...
Fruits of Our Labor
Opportunity Center
A Day at the Rodeo

• Quality of Life is our motto

• 27 clients served daily

• Provide individual support
  services
Annual
Rodeo Day

    Sponsored by
    the Alamogordo
High School Rodeo Club.



 “Ride’em Cowboy”
Tularosa Senior Center
Feeding Our Community

• 3,867 Meals on Wheels
  delivered in 2008-09.

• Promote healthy active
  lifestyle.

• UW suppor...
Helping Each Other
Day of Caring
  • Community wide
    event

  • 400+ HAFB &
    business employees
    participated

  • Lending a hand to...
Helping in Action
Sacramento Mountain
		 	 	 	 	 Senior Services
Preventing Isolation &
                		 	 Developing Friendships

  • Bringing Seniors Together

  • Meals on Wheels
   ...
Zia Therapy Center
Adult Day Services Program


• 33 Consumers Served Daily
• Provide Adult Habilitation
  Support

• UW funds Transportation...
2009 Campaign Results
2008-2009 Campaign Results
Thank You to All Who Made This Possible...

                                               Tota...
Bringing Families Together
Mini Golf Challenge

 The 1st Annual United Way
     Mini Golf Challenge
  successfully raised $1,600
     during the 2008...
Mini Golf Challenge
              Event Sponsors
                           Cocoa Cola Distributing
                      ...
2010 Campaign Goals
2009-2010 Campaign Goals


 To meet
    or
  exceed
$250,000
How You Can Give
• 1 hour of pay per month goes a long
  way;
• Personally or company wide;
• Set aside to a specific commu...
Thank You
Helping Families Stay Together
Families           Health


 Where the
                                    Seniors            Youth
                      ...
How You Can Give
• 1 hour of pay per month goes a long
  way;
• personally or company wide;
• set aside to specific communi...
2009-2010 Campaign Goals


 To meet
           Text
    or
  exceed
$250,000
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  1. 1. United Way of Otero County Live United.
  2. 2. United Way Mission TO INCREASE THE ORGANIZED CAPACITY OF PEOPLE TO CARE FOR ONE ANOTHER.
  3. 3. Families Health Where the Seniors Youth 28% 28% 26% 28% Dollars go... 19% 18% Whether it’s senior care, youth programs, or day programs for handicapped 9% individuals - your pledge supports some of the community’s greatest needs. 0%
  4. 4. A Single Gift...A Broad Impact
  5. 5. Protecting Children & Strengthening Families
  6. 6. Promoting Healthy Minds and Behaviors
  7. 7. Keeping Citizens Safe
  8. 8. Nurturing Our Youth
  9. 9. Promoting Self-Sufficiency & Independence
  10. 10. Preventing Illness and Promoting Wellness
  11. 11. Confidence in Giving
  12. 12. LOCAL • Money raised in Otero County STAYS in Otero County to help our neighbors.
  13. 13. EFFECTIVE • The United Way assigns undesignated gifts to the greatest needs.
  14. 14. IMPACT • Your gift to United Way of Otero County helps 16 local programs.
  15. 15. PEOPLE • People caring for people is the foundation of our organization.
  16. 16. Community Agencies
  17. 17. Alamogordo Senior Center
  18. 18. Promoting Socialization • 6,231 dinners served annually • 3,000 Meals on Wheels dinners annually • Encourage socialization & prevent isolation
  19. 19. Boys & Girls Club of Otero County
  20. 20. I AM GREAT • Inspire & enable children to realize their full potential • Up to 135 children visit the After School Program daily • Open to all - aged 5 to 18 years
  21. 21. CHINS (Children in Need of Services)
  22. 22. CHINS Supporting Families for 25+ years • Play Therapy Counseling - ages 2 to 10 years • Advocate for families in crisis • Build Parent & Child Relationships
  23. 23. Cloudcroft Summer Youth Program
  24. 24. Learning Can be FUN • Provide safe summer activities • Sports, Reading, Arts, Swimming and more
  25. 25. Making a Difference
  26. 26. COPE (Center of Protective Environment)
  27. 27. Providing Shelter & Hope • 571 survivors helped during fiscal year 2008-09 • 176 Crisis/hot line telephone calls received in 1st Qtr 2009 • LOVE Shouldn’t HURT!
  28. 28. Best Predictor of Future Abuse is a History of Past Abuse Once violence begins, without intervention it has been found to occur again in 46% to 72% future violent incidents.* *O’Leary K.D., (1989) Prevalence & Stability of physical aggression between spouses: A longitudinal analysis.
  29. 29. Counseling Center
  30. 30. Providing Behavioral Services Since 1971 • 170 clients served • Assist with medical prescription costs • Supports Respite Care
  31. 31. Holloman AFB Family Services
  32. 32. Keeping Families Connected • Multiple support programs available • 3,500 persons served this year I can ALMOST Reach the Pedals!
  33. 33. Operation: Kids Investigating Deployment A mock deployment designed to help military families understand deployments. MRE’s Yummm!
  34. 34. Fruits of Our Labor
  35. 35. Opportunity Center
  36. 36. A Day at the Rodeo • Quality of Life is our motto • 27 clients served daily • Provide individual support services
  37. 37. Annual Rodeo Day Sponsored by the Alamogordo High School Rodeo Club. “Ride’em Cowboy”
  38. 38. Tularosa Senior Center
  39. 39. Feeding Our Community • 3,867 Meals on Wheels delivered in 2008-09. • Promote healthy active lifestyle. • UW supports Home Delivery Meals & transportation costs.
  40. 40. Helping Each Other
  41. 41. Day of Caring • Community wide event • 400+ HAFB & business employees participated • Lending a hand to those in need
  42. 42. Helping in Action
  43. 43. Sacramento Mountain Senior Services
  44. 44. Preventing Isolation & Developing Friendships • Bringing Seniors Together • Meals on Wheels Congregate Meals Homemaker/Housekeeper Day trips & picnics • UW funds assist with general operations
  45. 45. Zia Therapy Center
  46. 46. Adult Day Services Program • 33 Consumers Served Daily • Provide Adult Habilitation Support • UW funds Transportation Costs
  47. 47. 2009 Campaign Results
  48. 48. 2008-2009 Campaign Results Thank You to All Who Made This Possible... Total Campaign Donations were: $254,000
  49. 49. Bringing Families Together
  50. 50. Mini Golf Challenge The 1st Annual United Way Mini Golf Challenge successfully raised $1,600 during the 2008-09 campaign! Thank you for your efforts!
  51. 51. Mini Golf Challenge Event Sponsors Cocoa Cola Distributing McDonalds Wal-Mart Aviator 10 Cinema MDC Computers, Inc. T-N-T Music Premier Fitness & Health Papa Johns’ Pizza Plateau Express Precious Angels Pet Salon Mountain Foto Company Curves Fitness Center Tan-Fastic Flickinger Center of Performing Arts Staples Active Fun Golf & Go Karts Tularosa Basin Telephone Company Culligan Water Conditioning Comet Cleaners Jim Swagman Massage Hibbett Sports Mike Espirito Jr. Photography Janet Waggoner Independent Avon Consultant Crystal Spring Farms Tina’s Barber Shop Applebee’s Restaraunt Otero Federal Credit Union Duanne Piper Solid Service Chili’s Restaraunt Overstreet Taekwondo Academy Caliches Frozen Custard THANK YOU!
  52. 52. 2010 Campaign Goals
  53. 53. 2009-2010 Campaign Goals To meet or exceed $250,000
  54. 54. How You Can Give • 1 hour of pay per month goes a long way; • Personally or company wide; • Set aside to a specific community agency or cause; • Get involved - volunteer your time
  55. 55. Thank You
  56. 56. Helping Families Stay Together
  57. 57. Families Health Where the Seniors Youth 28% 28% 26% 28% Dollars go... 19% 18% Whether it’s senior care, youth programs, or day programs for handicapped 9% individuals - your pledge supports some of the community’s greatest needs. 0%
  58. 58. How You Can Give • 1 hour of pay per month goes a long way; • personally or company wide; • set aside to specific community agency or cause; • Get involved - volunteer your time
  59. 59. 2009-2010 Campaign Goals To meet Text or exceed $250,000

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