GIVE NOW TO OUR 2021 CAMPAIGN, WHICH SUPPORTS ALL OF THE AMAZING AGENCIES (listed below) SERVING WARREN COUNTY RESIDENTS! All funds donated on this local United Way site go directly to agencies and programs created for Warren County Communities!
Alternatives has been serving seniors aged 60 and above each year since the early 1980’s and has expanded to help individuals 18-59 with a disability. This not-for-profit social service agency has the most experienced personnel in assisting older adults with some of the lifestyle changes they encounter.
The American Red Cross, through its strong network of volunteers, donors, and partners, serves Warren County Communities in times of disaster and/or emergency.
Over the course of the last 25+ years, Buchanan Center for the Arts has served the residents of the Warren County region and beyond, providing creative and diverse artistic experiences. Warren County United Way supports their mission by providing funding for a variety of fine arts opportunities, at little to no cost, to Warren County residents.
Camp Big Sky is available at no charge, to any person of any age with any disability and their family members, friends and caregivers. Opportunities to access, discover, learn and enjoy the outdoors are provided.
With a court-appointed special advocate (CASA) or guardian ad litem (GAL) volunteer dedicated to their case, Warren County's most vulnerable children have someone by their side, speaking up for their best interests.
Eagle View Community Health System, Inc., is a not-for-profit provider of community health care services (medical, dental, and behavioral health). Many Warren County residents use their services and we provide assistance to those eligible for fee/co-pay assistance.
The Helping Hands Food Pantry of Roseville provides assistance to families in need and by developing programs to strengthen families and individuals in Warren County.
We support meal programs, including the weekend meals program, at Jamieson Community Center. Their mission is to coordinate programs addressing the needs of all ages, provide services which extend widely into the community and surrounding area, and work in cooperation with the social service agencies in the region.
Kirkwood Senior Center provides support to seniors by providing social and basic needs support free of charge.
Loving Bottoms Diaper Bank aims to strengthen social services in West Central Illinois by helping agencies and organizations provide people and families with a reliable source of basic baby needs and personal hygiene products.
Lutheran preschool and daycare provides early childhood care and education to children.
MELC provides early childhood care and education to preschool-aged children.
Paladin is a safe place police or DCFS investigators send children who need to talk about sexual or serious physical abuse. Trained staff members listen to children, asking only open questions, to find out what happened to a child and providing any needed services, like counseling or medical examinations.
Prairie State Legal Services is an organization that offers free legal services for low income persons and those age 60 and over in who have serious civil legal problems and need legal help to solve them.
Rainbow Riders is a not-for-profit, therapeutic horseback riding program for individuals with special needs. We are located in a peaceful setting on Bowman Meadow Farm, just outside the city limits of Monmouth, Illinois.
Roseville Kids' Place provides early childhood care and education for infant to preschool-aged children.
Strom Center s a full-service agency serving seniors and disabled persons in Warren and Henderson counties in Illinois. Their mission is to involve, enrich, and empower seniors and disabled persons in the community while providing services in health and fitness, lifelong learning, recreation, arts, and community service.
Warren Achievement Center's mission is to enable persons with developmental disabilities to function to the maximum extent possible as responsible members
of the community with the opportunity to choose and to realize their goals of where and how they live, learn, work and play.
Warren County History Museum preserves Warren County's artifacts and educate the community about their importance. Currently on display, we have seven different exhibits that are open to the public; and the collections area is open by appointment only. We also offer facility rentals, and volunteer and internship opportunities.
The Warren County YMCA is made up of people of all ages and from every walk of life working side by side to strengthen communities. United Way provides funding to provide scholarship to children who could not otherwise afford the YMCA regular and summer programming.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is an organization whose goal is to help all children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with volunteer mentors. Warren County United Way is proud to support their new Warren County Communities site at Warren County YMCA.
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