In these challenging times, your local United Way has stepped up to support those most vulnerable in your community.
We are proud to say that since April 2020, we have funded a variety of services in the Tri-Port area through our dedicated community partners.
Some of the ways we’ve helped include:
735 + meals served
1,838 + food hampers delivered
739 + phone calls made to reduce social isolation and improve mental health
numerous food cards for seniors and families distributed
supported non-profits to adjust their processes so they can continue to safely serve people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic
funded 9 programs through 6 local agencies
Your Tri-Port and area communities need your help now more than ever.
Read about the impact in your community.
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