Nonprofit Network

To ensure that people in need receive the highest quality of help, services must be coordinated. Funded programs support a regional information network, volunteerism, and joint efforts to reduce fragmentation and duplication. They encourage working together and provide training to enhance each nonprofit agencys ability to serve people in need.

1999 United Way Service Statistics

  • Linked more than 61,000 callers in need to services that can help
  • Trained 1,277 police, health care, and counseling professionals to improve services for victims of domestic violence
  • Brought together 41 agencies that serve youth to improve services for teens
  • Trained 200 staff and volunteers from nonprofit organizations
  • Promoted more than 600 volunteer opportunities

1999 Funding by Outcome Area

If $2.04 million is available for our local Nonprofit Network, United Way will&

Help agencies work together to improve their services for people in need

Artemis and YWCA Family Violence Collaborative


Family Service Association Family Advocacy Program


Miami Valley Teen Coalition


Project READ/Sinclair Community College Literacy Network


Strengthen and sustain an important network of services for our region

American Red Cross:

Disaster Planning


Volunteer Resources


Center for Nonprofit Resources


Family Service Association Self Help Clearinghouse


Greene County Coordinated Agency Transportation System


HelpLink Information & Referral


Partnership for Youth


Yellow Springs Comm. Council


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