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Our 2019 Partner Agencies

 

We fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community.
 
Through the community investment process, Tri-City Area United Way funds programs in the following categories: health, education, financial stability, and basic needs. Each funding request undergoes an extensive approval process, completed by our volunteer advisory teams, to ensure Tri-City Area United Way is making the most effective investments in programs that align with our goals. Below is a list of programs that received funding for the 2019 Campaign. 
 

Big Brothers Big Sisters Youth Mentoring - Provide mentors to youth who struggle with understanding relationships with older youth and adults.

CASA of Brown/Marinette CountyChild Advocate Training and Support - Provide enough trained advocates to serve every child entering the Marinette County court system due to abuse or neglect.

CASA of Menominee County - Child Advocate Training and Support - Provide enough trained advocates to serve every child entering the Marinette County court system due to abuse or neglect.

Communities That Care - Communities That Care Research regional critical needs, develop programs, provide education, assistance, and awareness we, as a community, are facing.

DAR Boys and Girls ClubAfter School Adventure - Provide a safe, supportive environment for youth to interact socially and provide new learning opportunities.

Dementia Friendly Community CoalitionDementia Friendly Community - Create a dementia friendly community that is safe, respectful, and welcoming for people living with dementia through awareness, education, and community engagement.

Great Start Collaborative Imagination Library - Menominee - Provide a book to preschoolers on a monthly basis to promote reading time at home and help build a love of reading and learning.

Haven of Hope - Shelter Needs - Provides basic necessities for the homeless population.

Healthy Youth Coalition Healthy Youth in Menominee and Marinette Counties - Providing a strong presence, advocacy, and learning opportunities for all area youth on the hazards and pitfalls of making bad choices focusing on substance and alcohol abuse.

Healthy Youth Coalition - Imagination Library - Marinette - Provide a book to preschoolers on a monthly basis to promote reading time at home and help build a love of reading and learning.

Marinette County Elderly Services - Home Delivered Meals - Provide a hot meal and social interaction for the elderly and handicapped of Marinette County.

Marinette County Public Health - Child Passenger Safety Program Provides child car seats for low-income families of Marinette County.

Rainbow House Domestic Violence Shelter - Education, Parenting, and Prevention - Provide material support for the running of the regions only domestic abuse shelter.

Respite Care of Marinette and Menominee Counties Respite Care - Provide trained volunteers who provide respite to families who need constant care for one or more of their loved ones.

St. Joseph's Conference - Marinette SSVdP - Back to School Program Provides school supplies, backpacks, and shoes to students in need for their first day of school.

St. Joseph's Conference - Marinette SSVdP - Basic Needs - Provides financial assistance to those in need.

St. Joseph's Conference - Marinette SSVdP - Getting Ahead - Provides a 16-week class that teaches low-income individuals a pathway to systemic change for those struggling with financial stability.

St. Vincent de Paul - Marinette Food Pantry - Provides food assistance to those in need.

Twin Counties Free Clinic - Healthy Mouth, Healthy Me - Help underserved individuals get the dental and oral care they need but do not have insurance or other means to get.