Funded Community Partners

United Way of Siouxland depends on the leadership of volunteers from across the community to guide the sound investment of funds entrusted to us by generous donors. These volunteers provide insight and oversight to ensure that programs deliver solid results. Working in teams, volunteers review funding applications and make recommendations for future funding.

Below are programs that are receiving United Way of Siouxland funding to make a positive impact to their clients and ultimately making our community stronger. For a full list of all programs funded by United Way of Siouxland, Le Mars United Way and Women United see our Annual Report

FOCUS Grant Recipients

2019

Funded Partners 2020/2021
*Awards do not include direct agency designations
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Community Impact Programs

Outpatient Therapy - $86,571
 
Healthy and Safe Families - $123,097 
 
HOPES - $26,788
 
Parent Education - $15,457
 
Wellness Programs - $58,783  
 
Safety for All Residents - $117,481
 
Prevention and Anti-Bullying Efforts - 36,170
 
Enhancing the Lifestyles of Older Adults - $42,191
 
 

 

Mentoring Youth - $87,856
 
 Strong Youth - $35,164
 
 After School and Summer Programs - $100,000
 
Stella Sanford Child Development$72,695
 
Girl Scout Leadership Experience - $21,979
 
After School and Summer Programs - $127,000
 
Age Appropriate Books for Children - $35,000
 
IOWA READING CORPS
Grade Level Tutoring - $42,500
 
Nurturing Environment/Daycare - $77,000
 
Youth Program - $42,750
 
Age Appropriate Development Program - $46,000
 
Summer Camp - $26,125
 
Delinquency Prevention - $113,274
 

Emergency Services - $94,041 
 
Economic Stability Resources & Transitional Housing - $110,000 
Immigration & Translation Services - $82,577
 
Pathway of Hope - $51,295
 
Basic Needs & Translation Services - $30,015
Economic & Emotional Stability - $45,000