We Fight for Survival
In their most desperate hour, United Way was able to reduce crisis for 358,541 individuals in our community. From escaping domestic abuse to eviction to childhood hunger, more than $11 million in programs or services were invested last year to alleviate these social concerns.
- 309,439 individuals were assisted by United Way’s 2-1-1 Information and Assistance Crisis Line last year. Every month, more than half of the callers requested assistance with shelter and utilities.
- 1,135 families went from homeless to housed with the help of case management services.
- $465,918 in one-time emergency assistance was provided to families to prevent homelessness and other crises.
- 46,689 people were served by a United Way-funded program that provides emergency food and shelter services.
- More than 1 million meals were served.
- 96% of seniors served by United Way-funded programs maintained or improved their ability to survive independently.
American Red Cross of Central Florida
Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Christian Service Center for Central Florida, Inc.
Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida
Harbor House of Central Florida
Help Now of Osceola
Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando
Meals on Wheels Etc., Inc.
Osceola Council on Aging, Inc.
Rescue Outreach Mission of Central Florida
Safehouse of Seminole
The Salvation Army of Orange County
The Salvation Army of Seminole County
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
Seniors First, Inc.