United Way of Lake County Fights for the Financial Stability of Residents in Need.
Over 20,800 Lake County residents live in poverty. That's 9.2% of the population. And many residents that do not even fall into this category also struggle to survive in low-paying jobs without basic health and retirement beneifits. For families walking a financial tightrope, unable to save for college, health issues, a home, or even for retirement life is bleak.
At United Way of Lake County we support programs and services to help create better lives and stronger families.
Donations raised help working individuals and families improve their financial literacy and strengthen their financial stability.
Below are the 2018-2019 programs we help support in our fight for the financial stability of Lake County residents in need. Will You Join Us?
|Beacon Health||Mental Health Counseling|
|Camp Sue Osborn||Camping for Special Needs Children|
|Fine Arts Association||Scholarships - Music Therapy|
|Forbes House||Domestic Abuse Shelter|
|Kidney Foundation||Financial Assistance for Dialysis|
|LC Community Network||Emergency Assistance|
|Lake County Council on Aging||Congregate Meals for Seniors|
|Lake County Free Clinic||Dental Program|
|Lake County Free Clinic||Medical Care|
|Lake Geauga Furniture Bank||Furniture Assistance|
|Lake Health District Fund||Prescription Assistance|