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Tri-Port Region

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.

What Matters in the Tri-Port region.

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