The power of your generosity
The Cape and Islands United Way is built on the belief that, together, we can accomplish more than any individual or organization can do alone. And that has never been more true.
With your help, we are working to create a community that is strong, resilient and healthy, successful in school, economically stable and safely housed. In 2022, we distributed more than $700,000 to support our community in these areas.
These are just a few examples of what you helped provide:
One-to-one mentoring for at-risk youths
Rent and mortgage assistance to help keep people safely housed
Free meals and books for children and teens, when school is out
Supplements of critical basic needs for babies, like diapers and formula
Youth conflict resolution
Transitional housing assistance for adults who are homeless or near homeless in a safe, compassionate, respectful environment
In-person Alzheimer’s and Alzheimer’s caregiver support groups
Wellness-based addiction recovery programs
We are so appreciative of the feedback we get from our nonprofit partners – it lets us know that together, we a truly making a difference.
Many of of neighbors are struggling with the increased costs of basic necessities…your generosity will make a big impact, especially as the weather turns colder.
Patricia Mitrokostas, Housing Assistance Corporation
Our programs provide a safe place for parents and families to learn, interact with peers, and receive coaching and support. We are so grateful for your creativity and support.
Julia Kehoe, Health Imperatives
Your help enables us to provide professionally developed programs that grow self-esteem, leadership skills, personal values, and mutual respect in a fun and safe environment.
Dhakir S. Warren, Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club
Your most recent grant has helped us to provide fresh produce to our clients! On top of this, we served more than 4,100 babies last year, none of which would be possible without generous supporters like you!
Robin Hayward & Kelly Lerch, A Baby Center
You help us help people become more active participants in our community – able to access primary care, behavioral health, complex care, dental, substance use disorder, pharmacy services and more. These individuals are not judged, and receive access to care when and where they need it.
Chris Ellis, Community Health Center of Cape Cod