Every day, our donors, advocates, and volunteers are making a lasting difference in so many ways. We measure our success in lives changed. And during these challenging times, we still did some amazing things. And we did it together.
- 72,475 youth and adults had increased access to health care programs, health and wellness services, and safer and healthier communities.
- 93% of surveyed children who participated in United Way-funded early childhood education programs showed improvement in cognitive skills and 90% showed improvement in communication skills.
- 37,433 adults and families benefited from programs that reduced barriers to employment and provided safe and stable homes.
Last year, 193,389 people were served by United Way-funded programs and partnerships.
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