United Way's Financial Stability Partnership includes more than 100 partners statewide focused on helping hard-working families become and remain economically secure. United Way provides tools to low-to-moderate income individuals so that they have the necessary skills to weather life's unexpected challenges and to develop financial planning strategies to help these individuals emerge stronger than they were before the hardship. Innovative initiatives and programs include Free Tax Preparation, Family Stability Services, Financial & Housing Education, Individual Development Account, and the Foreclosure Prevention Partnership. And as a HUD-approved Regional Intermediary, the United Way Housing Alliance provides oversight and support to a network of housing counseling agencies, including UWCA's Financial & Housing Education initiative, that assists individuals in meeting their housing goals.
|Causes||Children & Youth Crisis Support Early Childhood Education Economic Development Education Employment Financial Assistance General Service Homeless & Housing Poverty & Basic Needs|
318 People | 201 Impacts | 1,108 Hours