Organizations Filed Purposes:
To Increase the organized capacity of our community to care for its people
To increase the organized capacity of this community to care for its people. Through our initiatives and Partner Agencies we continue to bring nutritious food to those in need, keep at-risk youth engaged in education programs, help individuals and families achieve financial stability, and ensure the viability of human service nonprofits.
Community Distributions - 1) $1,271,800 in funding was made to 22 local partner agencies to benefit the community in the areas of education, income and health. 2) $151,600 was distributed to multiple non-profit agencies providing a vast array of social services in the community. 3) Through focused distributions of $44,400 the Women United groups in Volusia and Flagler Counties strived to improve the quality of life for women and children in Volusia and Flagler counties. 4) Approximately $18,800 was distributed to help families pay utility bills through the Duke Energy Neighborhood Fund. 5) $41,200 was distributed to four agencies to provide residential mental health treatment to homeless veterans, addicts and the mentally ill. 6) $221,300 was distributed to provide Hurricane Irma relief. 7) United Way provides fiscal sponsor services for several community service programs. Each of the programs has a steering committee of several community residents who provide all the support for fundraising and fund distribution decisions. This year the programs provided $76,800 to the community.
Community Investments - 1) United Way's Public Policy Committee strives to affect public policy for the common good of the community. The committee's goal is to educate businesses, community leaders, and policymakers regarding the strengths of our local providers, as well as, the gaps in service provision. 2) UWVFC administers the federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program for Volusia and Flagler Counties. During this fiscal year the United Way was able to administer Phase 32 funding to supplement and expand the ongoing work of local social service organizations, both non-profit and governmental, to provide shelter, food and supportive services to individuals and families who have economic emergencies. 3) FamilyWize Prescription Drug Cards - offers free prescription discount cards to those in our community who do not have health insurance, or need medicine not covered by their insurance plan. During this fiscal year Volusia and Flagler County residents used the FamilyWize prescription discount cards saving a total of approximately $1.2 million. 4) The Campaign For Working Families (CFWF) continued to provide free tax preparation at fourteen Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites in Volusia and Flagler Counties. With 102 dedicated volunteers and approximately 6,100+ hours of donated time, they were able to provide: 2896 Tax Returns filed; just under $2.5 million in Tax Refunds, $734,630 in EITC and $105,273 in Child Tax Credit Refunds. 5) Help Me Grow Florida program, in its fourth year, provides families with: Free developmental screening for all children infants to 8 years of age without waitlists or income limits; Activities that support healthy growing and learning; Community resources, from parenting classes to food pantries and Referrals for evaluation and early intervention services.
1) United Way's 2-1-1/First Call For Help is an easy number to remember that anyone can call to get directed to the social service providers who may be able to assist them. 211 has live Information and Referral operators 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The I&R staff is certified by the National Alliance of Information and Referral Systems. Last year 32,483 referrals were made through the 211 call center and 211Live.org website. It also acts as hotline number for multiple community programs including: FDOH Diabetes Education Resource Center; FDOA Summer BreakSpot, VITA Tax Prep Scheduling, and Help Me Grow Florida. 2) Several Direct Service Community Programs are supported by the Organization. The largest program provides funding to improve policing skills, leadership, and crime reduction through training programs and the acquisition and use of high technology.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Dennis Burns||Secretary and Office President||40||$81,420|
|John Holcomb||Office Chief Financial Officer||36||$59,517|
|James Halleran||Immediate Past Chair||0.3||$0|
|Joyce Shanahan||Board Chair||0.3||$0|
|Lori Campbell Baker||Director||0.3||$0|
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