Our 2019 Partner Agencies

We fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community.

Through the community investment process, Tri-City Area United Way funds programs in the following categories: health, education, financial stability, and basic needs. Each funding request undergoes an extensive approval process, completed by our volunteer advisory teams, to ensure Tri-City Area United Way is making the most effective investments in programs that align with our goals. Below is a list of programs that received funding for the 2019 Campaign.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Youth Mentoring
Provide mentors to youth who struggle with understanding relationships with older youth and adults.

CASA of Brown/Marinette County

Child Advocate Training and Support
Provide enough trained advocates to serve every child entering the Marinette County court system due to abuse or neglect.

CASA of Menominee County

Child Advocate Training and Support
Provide enough trained advocates to serve every child entering the Marinette County court system due to abuse or neglect.

Communities That Care

Research regional critical needs, develop programs, provide education, assistance, and awareness we, as a community, are facing.

DAR Boys and Girls Club

After School Adventure
Provide a safe, supportive environment for youth to interact socially and provide new learning opportunities.

Dementia Friendly Community Coalition

Dementia Friendly Community
Create a dementia friendly community that is safe, respectful, and welcoming for people living with dementia through awareness, education, and community engagement.

Great Start Collaborative

Imagination Library (Menominee)
Provide a book to preschoolers on a monthly basis to promote reading time at home and help build a love of reading and learning.

Healthy Youth Coalition

Healthy Youth in Menominee and Marinette Counties
Providing a strong presence, advocacy, and learning opportunities for all area youth on the hazards and pitfalls of making bad choices focusing on substance and alcohol abuse.

Healthy Youth Coalition

Imagination Library (Marinette)
Provide a book to preschoolers on a monthly basis to promote reading time at home and help build a love of reading and learning.

Marinette County Elderly Services

Home Delivered Meals
Provide a hot meal and social interaction for the elderly and handicapped of Marinette County.

Marinette County Public Health

Child Passenger Safety Program
Provides child car seats for low-income families of Marinette County.

Rainbow House Domestic Violence Shelter

Education, Parenting, and Prevention
Provide material support for the running of the regions only domestic abuse shelter.

Respite Care of Marinette and Menominee Counties

Respite Care
Provide trained volunteers who provide respite to families who need constant care for one or more of their loved ones.

St. Joseph's Conference - Marinette SSVdP

Back to School Program
Provides school supplies, backpacks, and shoes to students in need for their first day of school.

St. Joseph's Conference - Marinette SSVdP

Basic Needs
Provides financial assistance to those in need.

St. Joseph's Conference - Marinette SSVdP

Getting Ahead
Provides a 16-week class that teaches low-income individuals a pathway to systemic change for those struggling with financial stability.

St. Vincent de Paul - Marinette

Food Pantry
Provides food assistance to those in need.

Twin Counties Free Clinic

Healthy Mouth, Healthy Me
Help underserved individuals get the dental and oral care they need but do not have insurance or other means to get.