Being a part of the United Way of Southern West Virginia allows you to get involved with issues that are important to you. We are working everyday in our communities to address the issues that impact our community the most. Health, education, and financial stability are just three areas that are vital to us all. Take a look at the non-profit agencies that we are partnering with in 2024 to see the many different causes that are supported by our United Way:

Organization Name Program Request
Beckley Dream Center Food, Utility Assistance, Baby Pantry, Summer Feeding
Beckley Health Right Clinical, Dental, and Pharmaceutical Programs
Big Creek People in Action Education, Literacy
Bland Ministry Center and Dental Clinic Utility Assistance and Food Pantry
Camp Royal Camp Scholarships (hold for proof of need)
Catholic Charities West Virginia Emergency Assistance and Food Pantry
Center for Christian Action Fuel Assistance Program
Child Protect of Mercer County Utilities and Supplies
Fayette County Emergency Food Food Distribution
Food for Body and Soul Food
Gabriel Project of West Virginia Basics for Babies
Helpful Harvest Food Pantry
Hospice of Southern West Virginia Bereavement Camp and Technology Upgrades
Just For Kids Child Advocacy Center Program Support
Lillian James Learning Center Maintenance and Upkeep
McDowell County Commission on Aging, Inc. Senior Nutrition Program
Mercer County 4H Leaders Camp Scholarships
Mercer County Fellowship Home Recovery Housing
Nicholas County FRN Nutrition Support
Raleigh County Commission on Aging Home-Delivered Meals
Raleigh County Community Action Association Housing
Raleigh County 4-H Camp Scholarships
Stop Abusive Family Environments Inc. Transitional Housing Facility
Stop the Hurt CAC
Summers County 4H Leaders Association Camp Scholarships
Summers County Council on Aging, Inc Transportation Services
The Salvation Army Beckley Food, Utility, Rental Assistance, and Youth Programming
The Salvation Army Mercer Rent and Mortgage Assistance
Westminster at WADE Summer Program
WISE Women’s Resource Center Programming and Supplies

Total approved funding: $380,000