Mission: Woodland united way is dedicated to improving the quality of life in yolo county by mobilizing people and resources to strengthen our communities and advance the common good.
Programs: Community building - supports seniors, the homeless and hungry and individuals with mental illness or disabilities. During the year donations helped to provide: 26 homeless individuals with transitional or permanent housing, 118,300 nutritious meals to hungry families, services to 33 individuals with mental illness so they were able to live independently, and monthly health assessments to 56 elderly and frail individuals.
community impact - local programs that help children and their families such as literacy classes, alcohol and drug prevention workshops, counseling sessions, therapy, and dental outreach and oral health education. During the year donations provided 48 free art/literacy classes to preschool age children,alcohol and drug prevention workshops to 316 teenagers, 120 counseling sessions to children and families, therapy to 246 underinsured children with disabilities or delays, life-saving information on how to handle a crisis situation to 1,130 students, and dental outreach and oral health education to 605 preschool and special needs students.
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Woodland United Way was established in 1968 by a group of community volunteers that wanted to impact their community. Woodland United Way is overseen by a local group of volunteers who live or work in Yolo County, Ca. and have a vested interested in better their community. All the money raised in Yolo County stays in Yolo County and helps fund local health and human services organizations.