Due to the inclement weather, our office will be closed on Monday, January 6, 2014. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you are in need of immediate assistance, please call 2-1-1.
Our Project HOME program has reopen and is accepting calls again. This program provides short term assistance to prevent homelessness and quickly re-house people who have become homeless. Household income limits have recently been updated. Please visit our Project HOME page for more information.
Project HOME is closed for the holidays and will reopen on January 2.
If you need immediate assistance, please dial 211.
Covenant Cares with Coats
In early October, Covenant HealthCare began its Covenant Cares with Coats drive.
Organized by the Covenant Cares Concierge program, Covenant Cares with Coats aimed to collect coats as well as other winter gear. The collected goods were then distributed to United Way to help the individuals and families through the Holiday Wish List program and other community programs.
"Covenant is a great community partner...
More than 200 volunteers from local high schools and community groups joined together for the annual Make a Difference Day event on Thursday, October 17.
Volunteers set out to restore and beautify the homes of nine senior citizens and veterans in Saginaw County. These citizens gladly accepted the assistance from the volunteers and the students were equally glad to volunteer their time.
"I really liked working with the other students and...
On Wednesday, September 11, United Way of Saginaw County proudly announced the launch of its newest AmeriCorps program, the Healthy Kids Healthy Futures Partnership.
This new program is designed to keep children safe, promote healthy lifestyles, increase collaboration among community agencies and to encourage the sharing of scarce community resources.
The Healthy Kids Healthy Futures Partnership brings together 10 key community agencies....