The United Way of Skagit County…
Serving this community since 1963, first as United Good Neighbors, then as United Way. We have board members from every area of the County and representing many businesses and industries.
… focuses community investment…
Over 6000 individuals give to United Way of Skagit County. Most give through their workplace via payroll deduction; however a growing number are making regular donations via the online tool to make one-time or monthly payments from their credit card.
… to create sustainable, positive change in people’s lives.
Many non-profits are partner agencies with United Way of Skagit County. They provide crucial life-skill training to youth and adults to help them become productive members of our society. Many of these non-profits also provide food, shelter, and medical care when needed.
A recent survey of Food Bank customers revealed an interest to learn how to prepare fresh vegetables and how to cook easy meals. Partner Agency Ideas for Living took on the challenge. Volunteers now set-up food demonstrations at both the … Continue reading
We are proud to announce the release of our 2012 Annual Report. Click here to view the report.
Skagit Habitat for Humanity participated in United Way’s Days of Caring with a contribution to our home construction project in La Conner’s Channel Cove neighborhood. US Bank previously provided us with a generous $3,075 grant for our Habitat Helpers home … Continue reading