2014 Impact Report

 

The 2014 Impact Report is available online or contact our office to request a hardcopy.

 

In the new 2014 Impact Report,

UWCC shows supporters what we get to see every single day – our real local impact.  This report gives you the behind the scenes glimpse at all that we do, who we work with, and the lives that we change.  It is our best way of telling the story of how we truly make Chittenden County stronger.

You can download a PDF of it here.

UWCC is more proud than ever of the work we accomplish in partnership with thousands of community leaders, volunteers, and donors each year.  We believe that as we continue to improve our tracking of our impact, we will in turn be able to leverage even more resource – time, skills, and money – to improve the lives of Vermonters in Chittenden County.

We make no secret of why we are successful. The key is a lifetime of building strong relationships between the public and private sectors, meaningfully involving the community in problem solving, and uniting together to create lasting social change.  Together we are stronger and have more courage to tackle the complex challenges of today like increasing drug addiction, elder isolation, and responding to natural disasters.  

We continue to appreciate and rely on the support of thousands of Vermonters who show the power of what happens when we unite together against any challenge.

 
Contact for the 2014 Impact Report:


Amy Carmola
Director of Community Impact & Volunteer Mobilization
United Way of Chittenden County
412 Farrell Street
South Burlington, VT 05403
amy@unitedwaycc.org
(802) 861-7850

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