United Way Helps Americans Achieve Independence & Self-Sufficiency
As many as one-third of working Americans do not earn enough money to meet their basic needs. Wages have not kept pace with the rising cost of housing, healthcare, and education and currently, 40 million Americans are working in low-paying jobs without basic health and retirement benefits. For families walking a financial tightrope, unable to save for college, a home, or retirement, United Way is here to help.
In 2008, United Way initiated an ambitious 10-year plan to cut in half the number of lower-income families who are financially unstable. With your help, we believe that by 2018 we can help 1.9 million working families get on the road to economic independence.
To address the obstacles that prevent hard working families from getting ahead financially, we partner with local agencies that promote community-change strategies to help families meet their basic needs, while gaining the financial capability to plan for, and accomplish, their long-term financial goals.
Over 300 United Ways and their local community partners are engaged in activities and initiatives to help build the financial stability of families in their communities.
Our Partner Agencies
Cirrus House Inc.- Transitional Age Program (Scotts Bluff County)
Community Services-NCAP (Box Butte County)
Family Stabilization Program-CAPWN (Scotts Bluff County)
Handyman Program-Friends of Box Butte County RSVP (Box Butte County)