Our goal is to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and availability of services through Jackson County nonprofit agencies.

It matters because a strong local network is crucial to helping individuals and families get access to the supports they need, especially when in crisis.

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What we’re doing – The partnership between United Way and 2-1-1 directed 12,529 households to critical support services in 2015.

United Way’s support for unified, strategic approaches to solving community issues includes being a founder and lead partner in Cradle2Career, The Health Improvement Organization and financial stability efforts.

PROGRAMS FUNDED:
Central Michigan 211 – Lifeways and The United Way of Jackson County
Free telephone and internet service that provides non-emergency referrals to individuals seeking health and human service assistance.
Our ImpactCindy is a single mother of a 15 year-old daughter name Julie. Julie began experiencing depression and…
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Capacity Building – Nonprofit Network
Offers technical assistance, volunteer resources and consulting and training programs to United Way partner agencies aiming to build stronger governing boards and financially sustainable organizations.