United Way of Hood County Helps Support Financial Stability in our Community
United Way has been instrumental in supporting 18 “partner agencies” in meeting critical needs and providing resources in Hood County. One in particular providing resources for financial stability and sustainability is Forward Training Center.
Your donations are meaningful, no matter how large or small, and touch each of these agencies, providing programs and services which truly make a difference in your community.
Top 5 Reasons to consider a gift to United Way of Hood County:
#1: Your investment stays in Hood County helping to fund local agencies to advancing the common good.
#2: United Way strategically targets the root causes of problematic societal issues of Hood County.
#3: Your donation is reinvestment in our community: United Way is a trusted fiduciary of your gift.
#4: United Way invests in programs that have been proven to work, not simply in agencies that do “Good Work” Sustainability is the key.
#5: United Way holds agencies accountable for measurable results.
In 2008, United Way initiated an ambitious 10-year plan to cut in half the number of lower-income families who are financially unstable. With your help, we believe that by 2018 we can help 1.9 million working families get on the road to economic independence.
To address the obstacles that prevent hard working families from getting ahead financially, we launched the Financial Stability Partnership™, an initiative that promotes community-change strategies to help families meet their basic needs, while gaining the financial capability to plan for, and accomplish, their long-term financial goals.
Over 300 United Ways and their local community partners are engaged in activities and initiatives to help build the financial stability of families in their communities.
How You Can Help
Volunteers make United Ways’ tax assistance and financial education programs possible. We need your help, even if you don’t have an accounting background. Volunteer to help.