United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg’s 2020 Impact Report is now available!
This 50-page report covers our work during the 2020 fiscal year (July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020).
In those 12 months, we saw tremendous successes, such as our new Kindergarten Countdown Camp program, and tremendous challenges, most notably the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Other Recent Reports:
2019-20 FamilyWize Impact Report
Access to health care coverage is one of the top concerns for people in our region. Unfortunately, too many residents are facing financial hardship and are forced to choose between getting the medicine they need and covering basic expenses like food, rent and utilities. To help address this problem, United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg partners with FamilyWize to offer a free prescription assistance discount card to help everyone in our community.
FamilyWize’s annual report provides information on total savings, age and gender breakdown and more. The report covers a period from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.
2019-20 Virginia 211 Annual Report
Throughout the year, Virginia 211 connects people of all ages and from all communities to essential health and human services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg supports 211 Virginia and employs a 211 Regional Outreach Specialist at our headquarters in Richmond.
Virginia 211’s annual report highlights key program data, partnerships and more. The report covers a period from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.
2019 UWGRP Impact Report
Read United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg’s 2019 Impact Report. This 49-page report covers our work during the 2019 fiscal year (July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019).
Highlights include data, program highlights, stories and more. All made possible by donors and community advocates like you.
The Steps to Success don’t pause for summer vacation. In fact, when it comes to education, summer is just as important as any other season.
That’s why, in 2017, United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg commissioned the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA) to conduct a landscape assessment of summer learning programs in our region. The full assessment is available in a report from United Way and NSLA.
Indicators of Community Strength
Community indicators are vital components of any effort to understand how our communities are progressing in particular areas. By zeroing in on our Steps to Success framework and the data behind each Step, we are better able to both empower individuals and address systemic problems to provide everyone with a clear path to success.
This information allows us to gauge progress in each of these nine areas using a series of data points.