WORKING TOGETHER TO STABILIZE INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES
United Way is helping kids stay in school, ensuring our neighbors in need have access to healthy food and healthcare, and helping people find jobs and a safe place to call home. Local leaders volunteer on United Way of Central Maryland’s Community Partnership Board of Baltimore County to ensure specific community needs are addressed and every dollar is invested.
United Way’s homelessness prevention and family stability programs in Baltimore County lift families out of crisis and help them get on the path to financial stability. In partnership with Episcopal Housing Corporation (Neighbor-to-Neighbor), Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Job Opportunities Task Force and St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore programs include homelessness prevention, shelter diversion, workforce development, community coordination and financial education in Essex, Cockeysville/Timonium and Dundalk.
HEATHER’S STORY: WHEN THREE PART-TIME JOBS STILL AREN’T ENOUGH
Heather’s path in life hasn’t been easy, but her determination to provide a better life for her two children never falters. After being laid off from her job, the Baltimore County resident patched together three part-time jobs. But it wasn’t always enough.
For more than 90 years, United Way of Central Maryland has been improving lives in the communities it serves: Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County, Maryland.
United Way of Central Maryland is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization! | Tax ID: 52-0591543