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Welcome to the United Way of Clallam County. For more than 60 years, United Way has been advancing the common good in Clallam County by investing in the buidling blocks of a good life - Education, Income and Health.
To strengthen our community by helping people to live safe, healthy and productive lives.
We do this in a variety of ways, working with the community to provide leadership in meeting human service needs, including raising and distributing local donations, and being a constructive voice for human service needs in Clallam County. We help people give to their community. When we work together and invest in Education, Income and Health, we help indiviudals but more importantly, we strengthen the entire community.
We fund our Community Solutions Initiatives and 24 Partner Agencies with annual allocations which come from undesignated donations to United Way. In addition, we distribute funds to non-partner agencies and other charities as directed by our donors through the designation process.
We also manage the Clallam Community Foundation, currently valued at more than $3,000,000. We accept bequests of all kinds, including remainder trusts and donor driven funds.
We encourage you to browse through our site to find out more about United Way of Clallam County, the area we serve and how you can be part of making our county a better place for everyone.
Incorporated in Clallam County since 1952, United Way of Clallam County is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization governed by a local volunteer board of directors, and managed by 2 full-time and three part-time employees. Hundreds of volunteers county-wide give of their time and talents to United Way and our Partner Agencies.
In 2013, we are funding programs offered by 24 partner agencies. We also distributed donor designations to more than 50 non-partner organizations. We are developing Community Solutions to address local issues, including Early Learning, Literacy, the 211 Information and Referral network, and Access to Healthcare.
The Clallam County Literacy Council, a program of United Way, works to promote and support literacy by encouraging all community memebrs to read and providing books to children and families and ttoring services to adults.
The Clallam Community Foundation, administered by United Way of Clallam County, is an endowment fund for United Way and other Foundation Partner Agencies that provide health and human services to residents of Clallam County. The Foundation implements the shared vision of donors and Partner Agencies in furthering our mission.
To be a constructive voice for human service needs in Clallam County.
To help people give to our community.
To remain the premier fundraising group in our community for human service needs.