Central Kentucky’s United Way recently announced its 2023 funding partners, covering a variety of programs and organizations in the region.
This year, UWCK has distributed more than $500,000 in grants to multiple local agencies to meet the needs of residents of Hardin, Meade, Larue, Breckinridge, and Grayson counties in the areas of health, education, and financial security. A news release from the group was announced. Said.
New partners for 2023 are New Hope Life Ministries, Heartland Adult Education Consortium and Legal Aid Society.
“By mobilizing resources through strategic partnerships, the United Way of Central Kentucky is committed to improving the lives of residents throughout the region,” said Joe Fowler, president of United Way of Central Kentucky. I am doing my best,” he said. “Together with our partners funded in 2023, we are addressing critical needs of our communities in the areas of health, education and financial security. We help them reach their full potential.”
Here is the full list of 2023 funding partners:
• Cloverport Independent School District Career Jump Start Program. Serving Breckinridge County Residents.
• Tri-County CASA serves Grayson County residents.
• The Heartland Adult Education Consortium Student Pantry Program serving residents of Hardin, LaRue, Breckinridge and Grayson Counties, and the One-to-One Tutoring Program serving residents of Hardin, LaRue and Breckinridge Counties.
• Grayson County Chaplains Association Financial Assistance Program. Serves residents of Grayson County.
• Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry Program at Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Serving residents of Hardin and Larue counties.
• Grayson County Alliance Food Pantry Program. Serves residents of Grayson County.
• Provides Helping Hands of Hope Emergency Food Assistance, Emergency Financial Assistance, and Children’s Bed Programs to residents of Hardin County.
• First Connections Program at Hardin County Schools. Serving residents of Hardin, Meade and Larue counties.
• Panther Place After School Program at Elizabethtown Independent Schools serving Hardin County residents.
• The Community Health Clinic’s Healthier Heartland program serves residents of Hardin, Mead, Breckinridge, Larue and Grayson counties.
• Warm Blessings Community Engagement Program. Serving residents of Hardin, Meade, Grayson and Larue counties.
• New Hope Life Ministries’ Food Pantry, Senior Nutrition, Soup Kitchen, and Hope on a Rack programs serve Hardin County residents.
• Springhaven’s Client Assistance Program. Serving residents of Hardin, Meade, Larue, Breckinridge and Grayson counties.
• Silverleaf Sexual Trauma Recovery Services. It serves residents of Hardin, Meade, Larue, Breckinridge and Grayson counties.
• Heartland’s CASA serving Hardin County residents.
• Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Student Emergency Fund. Serving residents of Hardin, Meade, Breckinridge, Larue and Grayson counties.
• The Salvation Army’s Rent and Bond Assistance Program serving Hardin County residents.
• Central Kentucky legal services are provided through the Legal Aid Society, serving residents of Hardin, LaRue, Grayson, Meade and Breckinridge counties.
• Big Brothers Big Sisters youth mentoring program serving Hardin County residents.
Apart from these allocated funds, UWCK will extend its support to partners through various other initiatives. These include volunteer involvement in activities such as the annual Day of Action, support for his 21st century programs at Hardin County Schools, providing emergency funding when needed, and going beyond ongoing community projects and plans. This includes providing assistance through a mini-grant program to support efforts. Scope of UWCK’s traditional funding structure.
To learn more about how UWCK forges partnerships, mobilizes resources, and improves the lives of residents across the region, please visit: Unitedwayck.org/what-we-do.