A Positive Local Impact
A gift to United Way of Greater Dayton stays local, helping improve the lives
of thousands of people right here in Greene, Montgomery, & Preble counties.
It is an investment towards making our community a better place for all of us.
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We partner with federal, state, and local governments to improve lives by mobilizing
the caring power of our community to advance the common good. We rise or fall together.
With your support, we are reaching for great new heights.
We advocate at the federal, state, and local lever for positive community change to improve education, income and health for all members of our community.
Volunteers are absolutely crucial to United Way’s mission – step up and be a vital part of your community!
A GREAT EXPERIENCE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
YOUTH VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
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Successful Community Impact
6,293CHILDREN HELPED WITH BOOKS
Children in grades 0-12 now have a personal home library with a minimum of 10 age appropriate books.
“Regardless of how many books the family already has, each addition to the home library helps children do better”
Oxford Journal of Social Sciences, Social Forces,
Volume 92, Issue 4
$4.5M+IN TAX RETURNS FILED FOR FREE
Free tax preparation allowed 3,202
low income citizens to infuse millions into their local economy and their family's stability.
“Thousands of Low income residents leave millions of dollars of tax credits unclaimed because they don’t file tax returns or do not file their taxes correctly.
These funds represent a foregone economic stimulus for any
- Internal Revenue Service
61,484PEOPLE FED NUTRITIOUS MEALS
“Families struggling with chronic food insecurity, hunger and malnutrition don’t consistently have the food their minds and bodies need to function, which then prevents them from having the resources to improve their lives. It’s a perilous cycle that passes hunger from one generation to the next.”
Mercy Corps, Quick Facts: "What you need to know about global hunger."
March 18, 2015
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