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Western Racine County
Your United Way contribution is carefully invested in more than 60 programs and projects throughout Racine County. According to most recent reports from these agencies, about 27,000 western Racine County residents benefited from United Way organizations that provide local or county-wide services representing more than $600,000 in resources or programming.
United Way funded programs served western Racine County residents in many ways:
- More than 1,900 children and adults had basic and emergency needs met such as shelter/housing, food, healthcare, etc.
- Counseling services for children, adults and families were provided to 484 individuals.
- Early childhood development programs helped 710 parents and childcare providers increase their caregiver skills.
- About 1,700 children and youth were involved in structured afterschool and recreational programs.
United Way maintains a satellite office at 615 North Pine Street in Burlington. For more information on United Way's efforts in western Racine County, please contact Colleen Benkendorf at 262-492-7115.
Residents residing in western Racine County with children under the age of five are also eligible to participate in the Imagination Library program. More information...