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United Way of Lane County Funded Programs 2017-2018
 

 When we think about how families thrive, we don’t just consider what happens inside the home, we also think about what happens in the schools, childcare centers, community centers, doctor’s offices, financial institutions, and workplaces. We look at the big picture, analyzing what resources are lacking and how we can create opportunities for a better life for all.

When you give to the LIVE UNITED Fund, your dollars will be invested wisely. Grants are awarded to programs through the careful and thoughtful deliberation of community members who serve on the Community Investment Committee with the intention of creating the greatest impact for our community.

Below is the list of programs, and the agencies that run them, that are funded during this cycle. Please click here for a PDF version of this list.


211 Information and Referral (211Info)
A Voice for Every Child (CASA)
Basic Medical and Dental Access (White Bird Clinic)
Basic Needs Assistance (Community Sharing)
Bethel Health Center (Bethel Health Center)
Cambios Micro Development (Huerto de la Familia)
Child Centered Basic Needs Assistance (Community Sharing)
Clinic (Volunteers in Medicine)
Clothing Fund (Springfield Council of PTAs)
Community Health Worker (ShelterCare)
Comprehensive Sex Education (Planned Parenthood)
Connections Project: Family Resource (South Lane School District)
Dia de Salud (Huerto de la Familia)
Eat This, Move That (Willamalane)
Emergency Food Distribution (Florence Food Share)
Expanded Dental Health (School Based Health Center)
Family Housing Program (ShelterCare)
Family Support & Service Coordination (Direction Service)
First Place Family Center (St. Vincent de Paul)
Food Distribution (FOOD for Lane County)
Food Pantry (Mapleton Food Share)
Healthy Homes (Cornerstone Community Housing)
Independent Living Program — IDA (Looking Glass Youth & Family Services)
Job Training Program — IDA (Looking Glass Youth & Family Services)
JumpStart! Saturday Respite (ARC of Lane County)
Junction City Local Aid (JC Local Aid)
Kids in Transition to School (OSLC Developments, Inc)
Make Parenting a Pleasure (Parenting Now!)
MAP Child/Youth Dental Access (White Bird Clinic)
Meals on Wheels (FOOD for Lane County)
Mental Health Medications Clinic (White Bird Clinic)
Minding the Gap: Mental Health (South Lane Mental Health)
Oakridge Food Box (Upper Willamette Community Development)
OpportunityWorks (NEDCO)
Parent Wellbeing Project (Trauma Healing)
Pasos Adelante (Moving Forward) (Centro Latino Americano)
Pasos al Futuro / GED (Downtown Languages)
Pearl Buck Preschool (Pearl Buck)
Pilas Family Literacy (Downtown Languages)
Promise Neighborhood Preschool (Willamalane)
Quality Counts (LCC Foundation)
Quality Legal Advice (Lane County Legal Aid)
Second Chance Renters Rehabilitation (St. Vincent de Paul)
Sexual Assault Response (Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS)
Soy Sano (“I am healthy”) (School Based Health Center)
Station 7 Youth Shelter (Looking Glass Youth & Family Services)
Supported Employment (Laurel Hill Center)
Syringe Exchange, HIV & Hep C Testing (HIV Alliance)
Therapeutic Early Childhood (Relief Nursery)
Think B.I.G. (Beginning in Grade Sch) (Boys & Girls Club Emerald Valley)
Transitional Housing (Sponsors)
VIDA Financial Capability (St. Vincent de Paul)
Volunteer Prosperity Planner (Goodwill Industries)
Willamette Family Health Clinic (Willamette Family, Inc.)
Women’s Health Home (Planned Parenthood Southwest Oregon)
Womenspace (Womenspace)