United Way of Douglas County 785-843-6626

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The United Way impacts Douglas County in a variety of ways. It funds a wide range of agencies to better serve the community and carefully evaluates needs and services so that charitable dollars are used effectively. The United Way supports collaborative projects so that new initiatives like Skill Builders are created. It also manages the Volunteer Center so that volunteerism increases. The United Way operates the Human Service Center so that agencies operate more efficiently and implements the Fairy Godmother Fund so that women in crisis are assisted.

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  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Local establishment
  • Phone: 785-843-6626
  • Fax: 785-843-3728

This business appears in: Community Organizations, Services, Social Services

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 United Way of Douglas County
2008-2009 Campaign
2007 Galluzzi Volunteer of the Year
2007 Galluzzi Volunteer of the Year
Campaign total of $1,720,000
Welcome Erika Dvorske

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2008-2009 Campaign

2008-2009 Campaign

The United Way of Douglas County is pleased to announce that Judy Wright of Lawrence will be the 2008-2009 Campaign ...

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Donate to United Way

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News and Events

News and Events

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Our Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement

The United Way of Douglas County's mission is to help people help each other through local human services.

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A Special Thanks from United Way

United Way of Douglas County

A special thanks to these area businesses that invested in our community with a gift of $500 or more to ...

Thank You for Giving to the United Way!

United Way of Douglas County

The United Way of Douglas County announces a projected total of $1,720,000 for the 2007-2008 campaign. We salute area businesses ...

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