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Join us for our 19th Annual Day of Caring

The Scott County United Way is now accepting applications for the 2017 funding year.

Agencies applying for funding must be a health and human service charitable organization 501(c) 3 as determined by the Internal Revenue Service or be a 501(c). The not for profit agency must provide services to Scott County residents in one of the 3 funding areas:

  • Health
  • Education
  • Financial welfare

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Nancy Riley, Executive Director United Way of Scott County recently spoke at the Kiwanis dinner meeting at the Quality Inn in Scottsburg.  On behalf of the United Way of Scott County, she presented a Certificate of Appreciation to the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club “in Recognition of Valuable Contributions to the United Way of Scott County.”  David Wilson, President of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club, accepted the certificate for the Club....

A BIG thank you goes out to Board Member Kathy Shaw for helping me share our Dolly Parton Imagination Library with all those that came out for Healthy Kids day this past Saturday!...

One of the greatest obstacles in eating healthy food can be a lack of accessibility. Families may choose to buy less healthy food because it is more available or less expensive than junk foods. Communities that recognize this imbalance can initiate campaigns like food drives to donate healthy foods to low-income households. In this United Way Charting a Course for Change report, tax incentives have been identified as an option for helping...

What an incredible day! UPS, located in Stratford, delivered close to six-hundred children’s books to Optimus Health Care as a result of the Dr. Jim Crispino Book Challenge. This year, UPS staff started their spring cleaning quite early as they United Way operates successful programs like Born Learning to encourage parents and educators to participate fully and in positive ways during a child's earliest learning stages. By raising awareness,...