As an integral part of our education priority, ReadUP enlists volunteers to help early school-aged kids get on track — and stay on track — with their expected reading levels.
Students who are tutored through ReadUP perform better in reading and are more likely to succeed in school.
For most Central Indiana children, caring adults are the difference between academic success and failure.
An enlightening chance to walk a mile in the shoes of someone experiencing poverty. With a variety of options these simulations can be catered to numerous group sizes, and activities. At the end of each of these eye-opening experiences, we will share the work that United Way is doing to help address the needs of the Central Indiana community.
United Christmas Service makes sure there are presents under the Christmas tree for families in need. Last year, more than 17,100 people received food, clothing and toys thanks to your generosity.
Agency Evaluations hold United Way agencies accountable for success and gets the community involved. They ensure that United Way agencies are performing efficiently and meeting our high standards. Evaluating agencies takes a small amount of time, but leaves a lasting impact.
As an integral part of our education, income, health and basic needs priorities, the Nonprofit Training Center helps community nonprofit organizations increase their capacity to govern and manage themselves effectively.