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United Way Campaign

Campaign poster showing United Way campaign slogan Kansas City takes care of its ownWelcome to the 2019 United Way Campaign

A Message from Mary Beverly & Cindy Green, Co-chairs, 2019 United Way Campaign

It is our pleasure to serve as this year’s campaign co-chairs. This year, the campaign will run from September 27th to October 25th.

Each day, the work you do as a county employee helps shape the lives of the members of this community. We’re asking you to show your love for the Kansas City region by investing in the United Way.

One donation — your donation — benefits our entire community. And it benefits people throughout their lives, at the times when they need help the most.

We invite you to make a donation to the United Way of Greater Kansas City as an employee of Johnson County Government and a member of this community.

United Way Resources

Johnson County Resources

What your gift provides

Here are some of the results achieved by United Way of Greater Kansas City last year:

Health
Connecting our neighbors with support services that fit their needs.
Education
Preparing the next generation for career and life success.
Financial Stability
Providing programs and educational resources for economic wellness.
19,866 children and adults received treatment and support for trauma and abuse. More than 9,300 children and youth participated in programs related to post-secondary and career success. Nearly 400 people were placed in jobs by United Way's Financial Opportunity Centers.
210,000 households had their immediate crisis needs met through emergency assistance. More than 62,000 young people benefited from social/emotional learning through after-school programs and mentoring. 6,921 people engaged in 1-1 financial coaching, counseling or case management.
More than 138,000 people received health services. 90% of children in early learning centers demonstrated kindergarten fitness. More than 229,800 households received food assistance.