We fight ...
for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community.
Through the community investment process, United Way of Racine County funds programs in the following categories: Health, Education, Financial Stability, and Basic Needs. Each funding request undergoes an extensive approval process, completed by our volunter advisory teams, to ensure United Way of Racine County is making the most effective investments in programs that align with our work building an educated workforce. Below is a list of programs that align with our focus and received funding for the 2018-2019 fiscal year.
Child and Family Counseling
Racine County Child Advocacy Center
FAST - Families and Schools Together
SAP - Substance Abuse Prevention Program
S.C.A.N. - Stop Child Abuse and Neglect
Sexual Assault Services
Work-Order Daily Program
Mentoring Elementary Students for Early Grade Success
One-to-One Outcome Based Mentoring for Middle School Students
One-to-One Outcome Based Mentoring for High School Students
Early Learning and School Readiness Project
Family Connects Racine County
High School Support Program
Girls Inc. of Racine Grades 1-5
Girls Inc. of Racine Grades 6-8
Advancing Family Assets for the Hispanic Community
Advancing Family Assets
Racine Family Financial Health Initiative
Focus on Fathers Initiative
High School Equivalency Diploma Program
Special Education Advocacy Program
RADD - Recreational Activities for the Developmentally Disabled
Health Care Services
Emergency Food Distribution
Youth Shelter & Outreach Programs
Child Nutrition Program
262-763-6226 ext. 113 (West)
Other Funded Impact Partners
For more information on United Way of Racine County funded programs or projects, contact Community Investment Director MaryBeth Kallio at 262-898-2247.
View the 2018 United Way of Racine County campaign brochure