Your contribution has the power to impact thousands of lives.
United Way of Bartholomew County partners with agencies in the community who all work to ensure people have access to quality healthcare, education, and the resources to become financially independent.
Donations have helped individuals escape domestic violence, given people the basic tools they need to achieve and retain full-time employment and provided children access to enriching before and after school programming.
5,016 individuals received basic needs (food, clothing, shelter)
4,316 youth participated in before and after school programming
522 children were enrolled in early childhood education programming
6,508 people gained access to affordable mental health counseling
9,009 shelter nights were provided by United Way agencies
1,905 students received school supply assistance
179 foster children were placed in permanent family settings through CASAs
177 people gained insurance coverage through Premium Link