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United Way of Gloucester County Partner Agency
Programs 2019 Funding Amounts
Abilities Solutions – Assess Develop Employ
Abilities Solutions – VetAbility
Arc Gloucester – Camp Sun ‘N Fun
Big Brothers Big Sisters – Mentoring in Gloucester County
Center for Family Services, Inc. – Mother Child Residential
Center for People in Transition – Crisis to Career
Food Bank of South Jersey – Gl. Co. Children’s Health & Meal Program
Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey, Inc. – Leadership Experience
Glassboro Child Development Centers – School Age Care Programs
HollyDELL, Inc. – Twenty-One Plus
Literacy New Jersey – Adult Literacy
NewPoint Behavioral Health Care – Outpatient Program, Center Division
Repauno Pre School Day Care, Inc.- Infant & Preschool Childcare
Robins’ Nest, Inc. – Older Adult Services
Senior Corps – Medicare Counselling
Volunteers of America – Eleanor Corbett House
YMCA – Y-Access Program *
NJ 211 Partnership Fee
“Live United” Mini Grants – maximum of $2,000 each
Addiction Services One-Year Special Grant
The power of employment for people with disabilities builds self-confidence, shapes identity, and enhances self-sufficiency, making our community better for ALL of us.
As a partner with the Red Cross, together we are able to meet the needs of disaster clients in Gloucester County 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
~American Red Cross
It gives them the opportunity to grow emotionally and socially while having fun with their peers at Camp Sun ‘N Fun, and their caregivers enjoy a brief period of respite.
~The Arc Gloucester
It is an investment into positive outcomes for youth through our mentoring program.
~Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region
United Way support is a MUST for Center for People in Transition in aiding annually 350 Displaced Homemakers and 700 Community Members to reach lives of increased self-worth and self-sufficiency after the trauma of divorce, death or disability of spouse.
~Center for People in Transition
Our pantry clients, many small and under-funded, depend upon United Way resources to feed the 35,290 people living with food insecurity in Gloucester County.
~Food Bank of South Jersey
It enables our Council to bring the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls in economically disadvantaged communities who have few positive options in their lives.
~Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey
It enables us to provide academic support and affordable quality care to children while their parents pursue employment and/or higher education.
~Glassboro Child Development Centers
Our adults, who are medically fragile, are able to enjoy all aspects the community has to offer because a nurse accompanies them to theatrical shows, bowling, movies, shopping, dining, the parks, and some volunteering opportunities.
It allows us to target their specific literary needs and then move in the direction that will best serve them by reaching into the community in more strategic ways.
~Literacy New Jersey
Through it, members of our communities with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders reclaim their lives, restore relationships, and build promising futures.
It provides the necessary equipment and supplies to maintain a comprehensive educational program and safe environment where young children of low-income families can learn and grow.
~Repauno PreSchool Day Care Center
Without United Way support, our agency would not exist to serve our clients who receive counseling and assistance for Medicare programs.