Results

PARTNERS & PROGRAMS

OverallEducationIncomeHealthBasic Needs

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Community Collaborations

In addition to funding existing programs in Education, Income, Health and Basic Needs, UWBCKR helps lead, support, manage and/or fund a number of initiatives that help specific segments of our community. These Community Collaborations work with various nonprofit agencies, existing programs and new programs created by United Way specifically to maximize their collective impact.

EducationIncomeHealthBasic Needs

Calhoun County Great Start Collaborative / BC Vision

Community Literacy Collaborative

ISAAC – Education Task Force

Kalamazoo County Great Start Collaborative

The Learning Network of Greater Kalamazoo

Battle Creek Emergency Response Consortium

Battle Creek Housing Solutions Board

BC Vision

Calhoun County Tax Coalition

Eviction Diversion Program Steering Committee

Kalamazoo County Continuum of Care

Kalamazoo County Tax Counseling Initiative

Michigan Association of United Ways – ALICE Statewide Steering Committee

Michigan Association of United Ways – Financial Stability Partnership

Michigan Association of United Ways – Public Policy Committee

Michigan VITA

Michigan Works Southwest – Workforce Development Board

Shared Prosperity Kalamazoo

Children’s Health Access Program

Enroll Calhoun County

Enroll Kalamazoo County

FamilyWize Prescription Discount Card

Kalamazoo County Health Advisory Board

Kalamazoo Infant Mortality Community Action Board

Regional Health Alliance

5/3 E-Bus Planning Committee

Emergency Financial Assistance Program

Emergency Food & Shelter Program

Financially Secure Families

Homeless Coalition & ID Task Force

Hunger Free Committee Coalition

TCC Operations Board