United Way of Williamson County
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United Way of Williamson County’s Community Investment Fund is providing $1,850,061 in long-term, sustainable solutions for the community’s collective well-being.

Education Partners $327,500 – 18% of total allocations – supports programs that are removing barriers to learning; helping youth prepare for successful, independent, and productive futures through academic, social, and emotional development.

Financial Stability Partners $234,800 – 12% of total allocations – reduces burdens of financial need by helping families access resources, job skills training, and services needed to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

Health Partners $1,287,761 – 70% of total allocations – helps the most vulnerable by providing access to healthcare, therapies, in-home assistance, and the supports that improve wellbeing and safety.

With each of these investments, we create opportunities for better lives and stronger communities. The following is a breakdown of funding, listed alphabetically by Partner Agency.

  • American Red Cross: $59,555
  • The Arc Williamson County: $23,000
  • Begin Anew (formerly Christian Women’s Job Corps of Middle Tennessee)$21,000
  • Boy Scouts of Middle Tennessee: $32,500
  • Boys & Girls Club: $94,500
  • Bridges Domestic Violence Center: $180,000
  • Center for Living & Learning Inc.: $55,000
  • Community Child Care Inc.: $165,000
  • Community Housing Partnership of Williamson County: $52,000
  • Fifty-Forward: $113,400
  • GraceWorks Ministries: $75,800
  • High Hopes Development Center: $43,000
  • Interfaith Dental Clinic: $19,575
  • Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands: $13,000
  • Mercy Community Healthcare: $66,663
  • Mid-Cumberland Human Resources Agency: $179,500
  • My Friend’s House Family & Children’s Services: $45,000
  • Nurses for Newborns of Tennessee: $22,000
  • Oasis Center: $7,800
  • The Refuge Center for Counseling: $44,000
  • Second Harvest Food Bank: $31,000
  • Sexual Assault Center: $30,000
  • STARS: $311,000
  • Tennessee Poison Center: $14,500
  • Tucker’s House: $15,500
  • Waves, Inc.: $97,268
  • Williamson County CASA: $38,000

Read our blog to learn more about how community investments are allocated.