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2022 By The Numbers

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People received affordable health care through charitable clinics
0
People experiencing homelessness were provided safe shelter
0
People with disabilities received educational and vocational training
0
Kids were able to attend 4-H camp
0
Children received services from Child Advocacy Centers
0
Children received Education/Literacy Support
0
People Received Hospice Care
0
Seniors in McDowell County were assisted with transportation to the doctor and the grocery store
0
Seniors in Raleigh County received home delivered meals
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2022 By The Numbers

4085
People received affordable health care through charitable clinics
151
People experiencing homelessness were provided safe shelter
68
People with disabilities received educational and vocational training
1320
Kids were able to attend 4-H camp
2700
Children received services from Child Advocacy Centers
220
Children received Education/Literacy Support
1200
People Received Hospice Care
330
Seniors in McDowell County were assisted with transportation to the doctor and the grocery store
217
Seniors in Raleigh County received home delivered meals
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The 2024 Annual Meeting of United Way of Southern West Virginia will be held on Thursday, January 11th, at Noon at the Historic Black Knight Municipal Park.