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

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.

LIVE UNITED Poverty Focused Areas of Intervention:
•    Feeding Our Families 
•    Housing & Homelessness 
•    Access to Affordable Health Services 
•    Support for Children & Youth
•    Support for Job Training & Placement 


United Way Funded Initiatives
2023 - 2024

47 funded initiatives at 25 agencies

American Credit Counseling Service Inc.

Free One on One Counseling Job Focused (financial literacy)
Free One on One Counseling Housing Focused (financial literacy)

Associates for Human Services

Therapeutic & Sensory Activities


Brown Bag Program at Dorn Davies Senior Center
• Helpline
Whitman Counseling Center

Boys & Girls Club of Metro South

After School Programming to Support Academic Success
After School Programming to Support Nutrition, Health, and Wellness

Brockton Day Nursery

Lend a Hand
Early Education Scholarship Fund

Brockton Visiting Nurse Association

Provision of Home Health Care for Underinsured/Uninsured Elders

Catholic Charities South

Brockton Food Pantry & Basic Needs Program

Family & Community Resources

Expanded Healthy Relationships Program
Financial Literacy for Survivors - Moving Ahead

Father Bill's & MainSpring

Manley House Resource Center

Health Imperatives

Penelope's Place Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter
Healthy Plymouth and South Shore
• Plymouth Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program

High Point Treatment Center

Initiative Site: Prevention Services
7th Annual Youth Substance Use Prevention Conference
Initiative Site: South Shore Resource & Advocacy Center (Southeast Family Services)
Homelessness Prevention & Economic Stability

Keeping Pace with Multiple Miracles

The Tiny Table Baby Food Pantry
Early Enrichment for Children & Youth
The NEST Initiative

Massasoit Community College

Healthcare Careers Initiative

NeighborWorks Housing Solutions

Family Self-Sufficiency Program

Old Colony Y

• Family Services: Housing and Homelessness
• Support for Children & Youth
• YouthBuild: Job Training and Placement
• Accessing Affordable Health Care Services
• Feeding Our Families

Plymouth County Family Support

Circle of Support (Basic Needs)

Quincy College

HiSET- Bridges to College Program

Raising A Reader Massachusetts

Raising A Reader Brockton

Road to Responsibility

Access to Psychiatric Services for Individuals with Disabilities
 Job Placement Services for Adults with Disabilities
MedaCube Devices and June Ovens for Individuals with I/DD
 Feeding Our Families: RTR OPTS/CBDS Programs and The Outreach Program Collaboration

School on Wheels

Pathways to Success for Students Impacted by Homelessness & Poverty

South Shore Conservatory

ImagineARTS - Integrated Literacy Program

The Arc of Greater Brockton

Giving Room
Health, Wellness, and Exercise
Job Training & Placement

The Arc of Plymouth and Upper Cape

It Takes A Village: Food Insecurity & Family Assistance
Bridging Abilities Through Technology 

The Arc of the South Shore

Health Matters: Improving the Physical and Mental Health of Individuals with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
Feeding & Food Pantry Program
Support for Children & Youth