Imagine a community that fosters hope and opportunity for everyone — A community where people reach financial stability and lead productive lives.

United Way of Racine County understands the local economy and is working with individuals, employers and government to create a stronger community. Not only are we ensuring individuals and families have access to basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter, but we are also working to reduce the dependence on social service programs, improve employability and increase the financial stability for all of our community’s residents. Through our collective efforts, individuals are experiencing success, families are becoming stronger and our community is seeing the benefits of a better quality of life.

Funded Programs in Income

Catherine Marian Housing: Bethany Apartments
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee: Outreach and Case Management Services
HALO (Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization)
IMPACT - Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services: Food Pantry Gateway program
Racine County Food Bank: Emergency Food Distribution
Racine Family YMCA: Focus on Fathers Initiative
Racine Literacy Council: Adult Literacy Program
Racine Vocational Ministry: Walk-in Program
SAFE Haven of Racine: Youth Shelter and Outreach Programs
The Salvation Army – Racine Corps: Child Nutrition Program
Transitional Living Center, Burlington: Shelter Program

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