THREE Areas of Community Need
Community Impact funding is for programs in identified areas of need, determined by teams of volunteers who live and work in our community. Their decisions are based on expert knowledge, feedback, and statistical data, e.g. from needs assessments.
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Vermont 2-1-1, a program of all the United Ways of Vermont, provides statewide resources to all Vermonters by linking them with government programs, community and faith-based organizations that can help.MORE INFO
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Every day, United Way agencies deliver invaluable services to Rutland County residents. In fact, one out of two people in this area have been helped by a United Way agency.MORE INFO
Our Vision: A Strong, Healthy, Vibrant Rutland County
United Way of Rutland County is one of over 1,200 United Ways in the United States, and one of over 1,800 worldwide. In service to Rutland County residents since 1943, we are an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health, education and income stability of our community through the work of our partner agencies and spearheading new initiatives. We are the largest non-governmental fundraiser for local services in our community.