How does your gift to United Way impact our community?
Your single gift to United Way of Perry County touches the lives of a multitude of residents in our community. Combined with the generous gift of others, your gift makes an impact that is unsurpassed in Perry County.
Here are a few of the examples of how your gift impacts your friends and neighbors...
A gift of $25...less than 50 cents a week helps provide pencils, pens, paper, notebooks, and other materials, plus lots of self esteem for needy children at the beginning of each school year.
A gift of $52...one dollar a week provides 4 days worth or basic food items for a family of five who is struggling.
A gift of $260...five dollars a week supports a family outreach program where parents can receive information and learn skills to be better fathers and mothers.
A gift of $520...ten dollars a week provides 18 days of safe shelter for woman and her children in a local transitional shelter.
A gift of $1,020...twenty dollars a week provides membership for 100 at-risk children in a youth organization that develops leadership, confidence, and creates stronger families in our area.
A gift of $2,000...gives the gift of literacy to over 70 preschool children for a year by providing new, age appropriate books every month to children enrolled in our literacy program.
A gift of $5,000...would provide a full-time camp nurse for over 130 mentally and physically challenged campers for a summer.
Thank you for making a difference in the lives of others!