It's More Than Data.
It's understanding the community we work in and the challenges we face. It's ensuring our resources are invested where they are needed most. It's a chance for every voice in the Treasure Valley to be represented. And it's just one of the ways the United Way of Treasure Valley unites the community for good.
At the United Way of Treasure Valley, we believe in data driven decision making, and that's why research is such a big part of our work. We use the qualitative and quantitative data we collect to drive the work we do, and to inform the community about local needs.
40% of Idahoans are ALICE, or Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. These individuals and families are working but struggling to make ends meet and afford basic necessities.
Our 2017 Community Assessment highlights local needs in the health, education, and financial stability of Treasure Valley residents.