Funded Partners FY16

E = Education Partner

I = Income Partner

H = Health Partner

C = Community Service Partner

 

Al Exito!

8th Grade Boys and Girls Program E

American Home Finding Association

Childcare Center E
Teen Health Center H

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American Red Cross

Disaster Services C I

Food Bank of Southern Iowa

Food Distribution to Food Pantries and other agencies who provide direct assistance to food insecure community members I H

Friends of Iowa CASA & ICFCRB

CASA Volunteers H

Hospice, Serving Davis & Wapello Counties

Bereavement Services H

Iowa Legal Aid

Income and Housing Stabilization Project I

Sieda Community Action

Emergency Basic Needs I

Southern Iowa Mental Health Center

School Based Mental Health Services H

United Way 2-1-1

2-1-1 Information and Referral Services

United Ways of Iowa

Iowa Reading Corps at Cardinal Elementary School E

YMCA

Discovery Lane Quality Early Learning Center E

Lifetime Wellness Program H

Summer Safari Out of School Time Educational Program E

 

United Way of Wapello County Initiatives

Community Gardens H I

FamilyWize Prescription Discount Cards

LIVE UNITED Mini Grants

United Way Volunteer Center and RSVP of Monroe, Wapello and Jefferson Counties

United With Youth Grants

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) I

 


Community Collaborations

Cradle, College to Career - Collaborative focused on increasing percentage of Ottumwa students who pursue post-secondary education or vocational/certificate programs E

Growing Wapello Together - Food security consortium working to increase food security H I

Mahaska/Wapello Early Childhood Iowa E

Prevention Research Center for Rural Health H

 

Collaborative Partners

Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Wapello County

John Deere Foundation

Mahaska/Wapello Early Childhood Iowa

Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service (ICVS)

Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS)

Indian Hills Community College

University of Iowa, Prevention Research Center for Rural Health