The mission is to increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another in Hood County. The United Way of Hood County identifies needs and raises funds throughout community campaigns, to help meet the specific needs of this community. In 2017, over $240,000 will be allocated to the various programs of our Partner Agencies.
Programs and services include a free medical and dental clinic, food pantries, counseling, substance abuse prevention and intervention programs, a battered women's shelter, Meals on Wheels, and several programs meeting the needs of children and families. The United Way Partner Agencies are held accountable for the use of funds, and work together as a community, to find long-term solutions to local issues, to better people's lives.
Current needs include food for pantries, utility service assistance, medical supplies, clothing, and primarily financial contributions in support of the direct services provided by our partnering agencies.
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