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United Way of Greater Plymouth County's Partner Agencies/Funded Initiatives

With a mission to "unite people, ideas and resources to improve the lives of people in Greater Plymouth County" when you make a contribution to United Way of Greater Plymouth County you are supporting partnerships that promote the education of our youth, the physical health and healthy lifestyles of our most vulnerable neighbors, and the financial stability of our families.
United Way of Greater Plymouth County focuses on the vital and interconnected needs of:

Education – Helping our children through early learning opportunities to be ready for school, helping our youth to be successful in school and safe through after school initiatives and mentoring in order to ensure their graduation from high school and success in higher education and gainful employment.

Health – Promoting the physical health and healthy living of our neighbors through access to health care services and preventative health education as well as treatment interventions to reduce child abuse, mental illness, substance addictions and domestic violence.

Financial Stability - Providing for the basic needs of food, shelter and clothing for our families and our most vulnerable neighbors as well as affording pathways for them to sustainable employment and decent, affordable housing.

 

 United Way Funded Initiatives
2017 - 2018

 

 

American Credit Counseling Service, Inc.

Free One on One Counseling
Free Educational Workshops

American Red Cross of Mass Bay – Regional Office

Initiative Site: Cape, Islands & Southeast MA Chapter
Medical Education - Nurse Assistant Training
Disaster Cycle Services- Prepare, Respond & Recover

Arc/Algonquin Heights Food Pantry
Family Support Center Emergency Needs
Independence and Transition Through Life Skills
Enrichment and Independence through Internships
Healthy Choices/Healthy Lifestyles

Associates for Human Services

Providing financial stability to improve infant and toddler transportation 

BAMSI

Helpline
Dorn Davies Senior Center

Boy Scouts, Mayflower Council 

Exploring Explosion

Boys & Girls Club of Brockton

Education to Support Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Civic Engagement

Boys & Girls Club of Marshfield

Program for the Learning Challenged

Boys & Girls Club of Plymouth

OST Program for Academic Success and Risk Avoidance

Bridgewater State University

Summer Bridge Program at BSU for Brockton Middle School Students

Brockton Area Arc

Out of School Time Programs
Emergency Assistance Fund

Brockton Day Nursery

BDN Lends a Hand Program
Early Education Scholarship Fund

Brockton Visiting Nurse Association

Provision of Home Care for Underinsured/Uninsured Elders

Catholic Charities South

Brockton Food Pantry
English Transcultural Center
Success Connections

E.A.S.T. Youth Center, Inc.

Healthy Relationships

Father Bill's & MainSpring

Jack's Place Stabilization Services
WorkExpress

Fuller Craft Museum

Fuller Craft Summer Spark Scholarships

Girl Scouts of Eastern MA

FaB Factor and Camp Financial Aid in Plymouth County

Health Imperatives

Violence Intervention and Prevention Programs: Engaging Immigrant Survivors of Violence
 
Children S.E.E.
Counseling; Advocacy; Resources; Education; Support (C.A.R.E.S.)
 
Youth Substance Use Prevention Conference
PhotoVoice
Health Literacy Substance Use Prevention Education

Home/Health and Child Care Services, Inc.

"Friends" Program

New Again, Inc.

Creating Our Best Business Skills

Old Colony YMCA

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
Youth Development Services for At-Risk Children & Teens
Youth Violence Prevention/Teen Services
Family Services/Homelessness
Mentoring for At-Risk Youth
LIVESTRONG
Child Care
Street Outreach/Basic Needs
Education Gaps

Raising a Reader

Raising A Reader Brockton

Salvation Army of Brockton

Emergency Social Services

Salvation Army of Plymouth

Comprehensive Emergency Assistance Program
Culinary Arts Training Program

South Coastal Counties Legal Services, Inc.

Justice Center Family Law Practice

Stonehill College

Camp Shriver

The Bridge Center

Support for Cooking Program for Life Skills Training Participants
 
With a mission to "unite people, ideas and resources to improve the lives of people in Greater Plymouth County" when you make a contribution to United Way of Greater Plymouth County you are supporting partnerships that promote the education of our youth, the physical health and healthy lifestyles of our most vulnerable neighbors, and the financial stability of our families.
United Way of Greater Plymouth County focuses on the vital and interconnected needs of:

Education – Helping our children through early learning opportunities to be ready for school, helping our youth to be successful in school and safe through after school initiatives and mentoring in order to ensure their graduation from high school and success in higher education and gainful employment.

Health – Promoting the physical health and healthy living of our neighbors through access to health care services and preventative health education as well as treatment interventions to reduce child abuse, mental illness, substance addictions and domestic violence.

Financial Stability - Providing for the basic needs of food, shelter and clothing for our families and our most vulnerable neighbors as well as affording pathways for them to sustainable employment and decent, affordable housing.