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2017 Agency Partners

The United Way Allocations Committee provides the vital service of monitoring the distribution of funds to United Ways partner agencies. The committee, comprised of volunteers from the community, meets with representatives from each agency, reviews the amount requested and carefully scrutinizes financial records and programs. This process takes place over several meetings and cumulates with recommendations to the UW Board regarding the amount of support allotted to each agency for the coming year. As the year progresses, the agencies file reports regarding expenditures and progress made in meeting goals and objectives.

Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children  254-752-9330 – – $105,255  to provide free confidential services to all victims of all crimes.  24-hour hotline, case management, advocacy, counseling, sexual assault exams and community education.

Alzheimer’s Association, North Central Chapter  254-753-7722 –$5,000 to provide respite care for those in need.

Arc of McLennan County  254-756-7491 – – $95,000 for care and support of children and adults with developmental disabilities.

AVANCE Waco  254-296-0449 – – $22,000 to provide family support and education services for at-risk, impoverished families with children ages 0-3 years.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Waco  254-752-6443 – – $1,000 for health and physical education programs for children and youth in the community.

Care Net Pregnancy Center  254-772-8270 – – $10,000 for services: pregnancy testing, limited ultrasounds, information options, counseling and  support classes.

Caritas of Waco  254-753-4593 – – $58,972 for emergency assistance in the form of  food, clothing, household items, prescription medications and transportation to persons in immediate need.

CASA of McLennan & Hill Counties 254-304-7982- – $55,004 – Court appointed special advocates for abused and neglected children in foster care.

Community Cancer Association  – 254-202-8082 –  – $131,830 for financial assistance to cancer patients for medications, supplies and transportation.

Compassion Ministries  254-755-7640 – – $80,000 to provide transitional housing for homeless families with children.

Economic Opportunities Advancement Corporation (EOAC) 254-753-0331 – – $10,000 to provide dependable and low cost child care.

Family Abuse Center 254-772-8999 – – $117,670 for a safe place for women and children fleeing family violence, offers 24-hour hotline.

Family Counseling and Children’s Services  254-313-4500 – $153,850 to provide professional marital, parent/child, family, individual counseling on a sliding scale. Conducts seminars to help divorcing parents guide their children through the divorce process.

Family Health Center  254-313-4200 – – $86,000 to provide primary health and dental care to the vulnerable residents in McLennan County.

Girl Scouts of Central Texas  254-756-4497 – – $5,000 for educational and fun programs for girls in a safe and nurturing environment.

MHMR Center, HOT Region  254-752-3451 – – $49,720  for services to those coping with mental illness, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities.

REACH Therapeutic Riding Center  254-848-7888 – – $1,000 as designated by local donors.

Salvation Army  254-756-7271 – www.salvationarmy. org – $148,440  for crisis intervention providing meals, clothing, shelter and other essential needs.

YMCA of Central Texas  254-776-6612 – – $143,000 for a fun and safe place for families and children to go providing a wellness center, after school programs, day camp and indoor/outdoor aquatics program.