Data collected during our recent allocations process reveals great statistics about how your support of our United Way network is improving life in our community:
Prenatal education: At-risk mothers in one program saw 93% of babies were born with healthy weights, greater than the community at-risk average of 86.7%.
Scholastic help: 103 students in tutoring programs (with either a personal tutor or training software on a computer) or needing a connection with the registration process obtained their General Equivalency Degree (GED) .
Emergency Assistance: 14,759 people were assisted with emergency food, shelter, clothing and/or transportation.
Responsible home ownership: 769 people attended home buyer education classes, which helped lead to purchase of 198 homes.
Preventing foreclosures: 465 people participated in foreclosure prevention classes, resulting in 134 families remaining in their homes.