Impact Programs

United Way supports outcome driven programs in the areas of Education Income and Health, the building blocks of a good quality of life.

2016-17 Community Impact Grants

Project Learn - READ

Targets disadvantaged youth to increase effectiveness of out-of-school educational activities.

SPARC Preschool Program

Provides educational and therapeutic services for children 3-5; physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy are provided in the classroom.

Get Ready for School

Parenting for School Readiness

Concrete Summer Learning Adventure

CSLA is an innovative program that provides meals, literacy activities, and enrichment opportunities during a 4-days-a-week- 5-week summer day camp for elementary age children in the Concrete School District.

Early Learning Coordinator

Equipping for Success

Improve adult basic education, financial stability and workforce development systems in Skagit County.

Housing and Homelessness

Creating affordable housing options and new community resources and strategies to address these critical issues, and a major component of local families financial stability.

Vocational Program

Empowerment Through Employment 2015-16

Provides job placement and retention services for Skagit County individuals with disabilities and other barriers.

Independent Living & Self-Sufficiency Skills Training

Increase employability, reduce poverty and dependence on public resources for economically and socially disadvantaged at-risk youth in Skagit County.

Financial Empowerment Mentoring

Ideas for Healthy Living

Nutritional and culinary education, healthy lifestyle, and physical activity promotion and environmental supports for families to make healthy choice the easy and preferred choice.

Safe, Healthy and Resilient Families Community Program

Focuses on providing survivor and victim support at various locations in our community as well as domestic violence education and prevention to various community groups.

Intensive Case Management for Youth at Oasis Teen Shelter

Offer a safe environment where youth can be free to develop themselves, eat healthy meals, and having caring adults who are there to connect them to resources.

Community-Based Residential Treatment

Foster Care Resources

FCR recruits, certifies licensing, trains, supervises, and supports foster families who open their hearts and homes to children in need of safe places for therapeutic treatment, love, and attention.

Youth Restorative Justice

Provides education and mediation support to youth in the Office of Juvenile Court Diversion Program.

Family Support Service Program

Transitional Living Program

Wise Kids

Delivers preventive, wellness, and outdoor education to children aged 3-18, inspires children to form healthy habits for a lifetime.

Basic Needs

Food Distribution Center Make sure that everyone has access to enough healthy, nutritious food to thrive in school, work, and at home.
Meals on Wheels Provides meal services to older adults, age 60 and older, residing in Skagit County, supporting the independence of seniors through the provision of nutritious meals.
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Disaster Services
Basic Medical

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