When people are in crisis or struggle to meet basic needs, the consequences can be severe. Short-term assistance with housing, food, utilities, disaster relief, job training and referral services can help promote financial stability and independence. As many as one-third of working Americans do not earn enough money to meet their basic needs.
United Way of West Central Minnesota works hard at building the long-term future and strength of our communities by targeting key issues and conditions that, if improved, will have profound positive and lasting impact on our region for years to come.
• Supporting agencies that provide building blocks for a good life for individuals and families in West Central Minnesota.