When you give to United Way, you are investing in collaborative, innovative, research-based and results-focused initiatives that coordinate the work of local programs, service providers and community stakeholders in the Chippewa Valley to solve our community’s most pressing problems.
Health, Education, Financial Stability, Basic Needs and Digital Equity
Along with supporting basic needs, we're fighting for the health, education, financial stability and digital equity of every resident in the Chippewa Valley because we believe that will make our community stronger.
When you give to United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley, you are helping to ensure everyone can have the best opportunities for health and wellness, children enter school ready to succeed, people in our community will be more financially stable and residents will have equal access to digital technologies. In addition, you are making sure that those facing crisis have access to food, clothing, shelter and basic medical care.
12,677 Chippewa Valley Residents Helped
With one simple donation, you're helping thousands in your own community. Your donations stay in Eau Claire and Chippewa counties and you're making very important work possible. In addition to being able to serve 54,266 meals at two meal sites, funding of our Program Partners allowed:
- 1,380 residents served through the Health Initiative
- 674 residents to be served through the Education Initiative
- 7,202 residents to be served through the Financial Stability Initiative
- 3,421 residents to be served through the Basic Needs Initiative
United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley also:
- Distributed 138 laptop and desktop computers to Chippewa Valley residents to enhance access to higher education, English language classes, telehealth and remote work through the Digital Equity and Inclusion Initiative
- Dispersed 41,664 energy efficient LED light bulbs, in conjunction with Greenlite Lighting Corporation
- Helped Chippewa Valley residents file their 2022 taxes for free through partnerships with MyFreeTaxes.com and H&R block ($22,955 in returns and $3,305 in Recovery Rebates)
- Distributed $48,422 for Phase 39, $55,364 for Phase 40 and $49,722 for Phase ARPAR of the Emergency Food and Shelter Program
- Had individuals spend over 4,578 hours volunteering on our behalf
Give Where You Live and Help Us Do More for the Chippewa Valley!
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