Community Impact Report

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2021-22 UNITED WAY OF TREASURE VALLEY COMMUNITY IMPACT OVERVIEW 

Made possible by your donations from April 1, 2021 - March 31, 2022
 

 

Nora

 

Dear Friends,

It seems appropriate to begin this annual update with gratitude. The complexities of this time in our community and world have created extraordinary opportunities to think bigger, search for fresh solutions to our community’s toughest challenges, and to show the power of all of us working together for good. Thank you.
Thanks to the thousands of caring donors who have been so generous in their support of United Way of Treasure Valley’s powerful initiatives and projects which support, elevate, and stabilize families. Thanks to the hundreds of United Way volunteers who have been creative and persistent in giving their time and talent virtually and in person. And thanks to our community members who are showing us where we can best meet their complex needs through systems and solutions which meet them where they are today.
With each of you, United Way of Treasure Valley is working faster, harder, and more creatively to achieve positive, lasting change for thousands and thousands of children and families right here in our beautiful Treasure Valley.

Yours United,
Nora Carpenter
 

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We turn YOUR voices into action

Thanks to voices like yours, we launched Idaho’s first statewide online resource system that connects people in need with free resources in fast and contemporary ways. In partnership with the Idaho Health Exchange, findhelpidaho.org is increasing access for people to find up-to-date information on food, health, housing, transportation, child care, job training, and more.

We turn YOUR generosity into lasting change

Thanks to the support of donors like you, we invested more than $1M into 42 of the most vital programs and our school-based work. These community investments and associated partnerships touched one-third of our population in the Treasure Valley and are a key part of our overall work to ift children and families in need. 

We put YOUR boots on the right ground

Thanks to 1,080 people like you, who rolled up their sleeves to volunteer, 5,756 hours of important service was provided to our community, saving about $165,000! 

IMPACT BY THE NUMBERS

Highlighting the life-changing opportunities YOUR donations to the United Way of Treasure Valley Community Fund made possible. Thank you!

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EDUCATION IMPACT

  • 1,554 children entered kindergarten prepared to learn
  • 13,697 school age children received before and after school support and enrichment
  • kids in classroom253 school leaders received training to address impacts of student chronic absenteeism
  • 23,885 students received pandemic related learning loss support
  • 18,924 students received resources they needed to stay and thrive in school
  • 344 young children received brand new books in English and Spanish
     

 

FINANCIAL STABILITY IMPACT

  • 712 adults received job training leading to livable wage jobs
  • family in house2,668 people (families with children) received emergency shelter, eviction avoidance support, and affordable housing support
  • 118 people received free tax filing support 
  • 518 teens and young adults received career readiness training and support

HEALTH IMPACT

  • 27,574 individuals received preventative medical and dental care
  • 13,543 adults received mental and behavioral health services
  • 1,238 children received counseling and mental health care
  • Doctor and girl7,119 people received reduced price prescriptions resulting in savings of $692,403

 

 

 

 

 

 

BASIC NEEDS IMPACT

  • 3,500 homeless students received holiday care packages filled with essentials to help them get through winter break
  • kids eating3,600 children and teens from 60 schools received food, clothing, school supplies, and hygiene items
  • 21,250 meals were provided and served to 1,450 children at 20+ sites

 

 

 

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2021 Community Impact Report