United Way of the Greenbrier Valley is proud to support our Partner Agencies.
Partner Agencies assisting in providing services for:
Alderson Hospitality House
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Children and Youth Advocacy Center (CYAC)
Family Refuge Center
Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation
Total 2022 Health Allocations $72,480
Communities in Schools
Fruits of Labor
Greenbrier County Universal Pre-K
Greenbrier County Youth Camp
Greenbrier East Robotics
Greenbrier Valley Theatre
Monroe Day Care Center
Northern Greenbrier Latch Key Kids
The Marvel Center Inc.
Wild Wonderful Reading Camps
Total 2023 Education Allocations $86,250
Appalachia Service Project
Greenbrier Committee on Aging
Greenbrier County FRN
Monroe Coalition for children and Families
Pocahontas County Family Resource Network
Pocahontas Co. Senior Citizens
Shepard's Center of Greenbrier Valley
Total 2023 Basic Needs Allocations $108,500
Total Amount Allocated to Partner Agencies in 2022:
UNITED WAY OF THE GREENBRIER VALLEY ANNOUNCES SUPPORT OF TWENTY- SEVEN NONPROFIT AGENCIES
Following a highly successful annual campaign, led by campaign chairs Paula Thomas and Colin Rose, the United Way of the Greenbrier Valley has awarded $265,000 to 27 local agencies to support the health, education and basic needs of residents in Greenbrier, Monroe and Pocahontas counties.
The United Way of the Greenbrier Valley supports programs that provide individuals and families with services that help them lead healthier and more productive lives as well as education programs that impact youth from pre-K through high school. Families in crisis are assisted by programs that provide emergency food, shelter, transportation, rental assistance, utility assistance and advocacy. “Our donors and volunteers play an integral role in helping to serve the most vulnerable among us”, said Thomas.
“The integrity of United Way’s volunteer driven allocation process assures donors that responsible stewardship is our top priority,” said Erica Vaughan, United Way Executive Director. “We intentionally focus resources on addressing the most critical needs of our region”.
Agencies receiving funding are the Alderson Hospitality House, CASA, CYAC, Davis Stuart, Family Refuge Center, HospiceCare, Reining Warriors, Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation, Carnegie Hall, Communities in Schools, Greenbrier County Universal Pre-K, Greenbrier Valley Youth Camp, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Monroe Day Care, Northern Greenbrier Latch Key Kids, The Marvel Center, Fruits of Labor, Appalachian Service Project, Bethlehem Farms, Catholic Charities, Gateway Industries, Greenbrier County Committee on Aging, Monroe County Coalition for Children & Families, Pocahontas FRN, Greenbrier County FRN, Shepherds Center of the Greenbrier Valley and Wellspring.
In addition, United Way of the Greenbrier Valley will continue its investment in the 2023 Wild and Wonderful Reading Camp, purchasing a book from A New Chapter for each camper. This year’s funding will also include financial support for WV 211, the 24/7 information and referral helpline that connects residents to local resources.
“The ability of the United Way of the Greenbrier Valley to fulfill and grow ourcommitment to our service area is contingent upon the generous financial support of donors and corporate partners”, noted Sharon Rowe, board president.