Community Impact means aligning our resources to ensure Heartland United Way makes a concerted effort in impacting education, income and health issues in our community. How do we accomplish Community Impact?
- We compile data to determine our community’s issues.
- We are forming task force groups working on three initiatives: Improved Access to Critical Quality Resources, Financial Stability, and Safety, Stability and Permanency.
- We conduct community conversations to brainstorm and discuss the issues that impact our area, bringing the community’s voice into our action strategies.
These strategies enable us to improve lives and create possibilities for people in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties.
Have questions about Community Impact? Contact Valerie Roth at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Heartland United Way at 308-382-2675.
COMMUNITY PREPAREDNESS & RESILIENCY AWARD
SOUTH CENTRAL COUNTY ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVE IN DISASTERS (COAD)
In order to recognize contributions that enhance our community’s readiness and resiliency in disasters, we encourage you to nominate a deserving recipient for the Community Preparedness and Resiliency Award. This may be any individual, business, non-profit organization, or other government or community agency for efforts to promote a disaster resilient community through efforts in business innovation, outreach and education, continuity planning, hazard mitigation, disaster recovery, employee training, support and preparedness. Click here to complete nomination form.