Tutors help struggling students in kindergarten through third grade achieve grade-level literacy skills by the third grade. This early mastery is a key indicator of later success in high school and beyond.
Supports veterans striving to return to civilian life after serving our country. A navigator will guide a veteran through the maze of resources: From financial to legal to education and employment.
An online platform that makes it easy for nonprofits to find volunteers and for volunteers to find opportunities. It's a free tool for all of Central Georgia to make a volunteering connection.
Connects families with resources such as food pantries, job search and placement agencies, and financial emergency assistance agencies. This helps families recover and become sustainable.
This free tax preparation service is provided to people with incomes of $54,000 or less to ensure that everyone in our community receives tax credits for which they are eligible.
Provides screening and reading of mammograms for women with the fewest resources. These are women who are uninsured, under-insured, low-income and unable to access care.
Partners with pharmacies to negotiate prescription discounts, so you receive a lower price. Its pharmacy discount card is for everyone, whether or not you have health insurance coverage.
First Steps Georgia supports parents expecting a child and caregivers for a child less than five-years-old with information on child health and safety and refers them to community resources.
This network uses an evidence-based model for parent education through personal visits and group meetings. We equip parents with knowledge and resources to give their children a stronger start in life and greater success in school.
Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities is a Major League Baseball outreach program. Play United ensures that children who want to play sports can regardless of their financial situation.
Providing gifts, holiday décor, and food to families in need during the Christmas season.
Since 1977, the Golden Eagle Awards have celebrated outstanding high school seniors with scholarships in 13 categories including: Art, Athletics, Citizenship, Drama, English Literature, Industrial/ Vocational, Journalism/Marketing & Communication, Math, Music, Science, Social Science, Technology and World Languages.
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library (DPIL) is a book gifting program that gifts free books to children from birth to age five. The program is an initiative of United Way of Central Georgia and is currently available to children meeting the age requirements (birth to five years old) in Bibb County Public School attendance zones: Heritage, Union, Veterans, or John R. Lewis Elementary Schools; or currently enrolled in a Bibb Head Start program.
Passionate women impacting our community through leadership and service. They participate in projects to improve health, education, and economic outcomes for our neighbors.