Partners

Cedar Valley United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of the community. More than fundraisers, United Way is a partner in change, working with a broad range of people and organizations to identify and resolve pressing community issues. United Way has led the nonprofit sector in the call for transparent accountability and measurable results.

To achieve measurable, lasting change, Cedar Valley United Way identifies and builds on community strengths and assets, helps individuals and groups with specific community interests find ways to contribute their time and talents, and supports direct-service programs and community-change efforts.

All of this is done in collaboration with diverse partners. Depending on the issue and how the Cedar Valley chooses to address it, United Way works with schools, government agencies, businesses, organized labor, financial institutions, community development corporations, voluntary and neighborhood associations, the faith community and others.

Grant Funding for 2020-2021 went to programs from the following nonprofit partners:

Allen College
    ACE-SAP Free Clinic | $22,000
    Summer Nurse Camp | $5,000


Allen Memorial Hospital
    Allen Child Protection Center | $92,531
    Enhanced Maternal Health | $10,000


American Red Cross
    Disaster Services | $16,369.55


Black Hawk-Grundy Mental Health
    Care Coordination | $62,625.50
    School Based Mental Health | $67,576


Boys and Girls Club of the Cedar Valley
    Project Learn | $20,000


Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Dubuque
    Immigration Legal Services | $25,000


Cedar Valley Friends of the Family
    Northeast Iowa Shelter Services | $34,290.17


Cedar Valley Preschool & Child Care
    Childcare Support | $18,500


CommonBond Communities
    Adult Education and Advancement | $5,000


Community Housing Initiatives
    Permanent Housing | $15,000
    SOAR | $21,772.50


Ethnic Minorities of Burma Advocacy and Resource Center
    Family and School Based Target Education | $43,500


Family and Children's Council of Black Hawk County
    Parent Connection/Empowering Parents | $9,000
    Sexual Abuse Prevention | $15,000


Family YMCA of Black Hawk County
    YMCA School-Age Care | $12,000


Friends of Iowa CASA and ICFCRB
    CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Program | $19,550


Grin and Grow Ltd.
    Childcare Services | $44,800
    Removing Childcare as a Barrier to Work for Low-Income Families | $40,500


Hawkeye Community College
    Family Literacy | $50,000


iJAG
    Bridging the Gap Between High School and Careers | $40,000


Iowa Legal Aid
    Income Stability Project | $10,000


Jesse Cosby Neighborhood Center
   No One Without a Home | $12,591.68


The Job Foundation
    Financial Stewardship Mentoring Program | $13,000


Lutheran Services in Iowa
    Health Families America – HOPES | $12,500


MercyOne Waterloo Medical Center
    SHIIP (Senior Health Insurance Information Program) | $12,375


NAMI Black Hawk County
    Services for People with Mental Illness, their Families, Partners and Friends | $7,500


North Star Community Services
    Supported Community Living | $12,600


Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging
    Assisted Transportation | $22,665.74
    Special Assistance | $18,517.86


Northeast Iowa Food Bank
    Cedar Valley Food Pantry | $37,035.32


Operation Threshold
    Cedar Valley Readers | $10,000
    Crisis Utility Assistance | $10,000
    Home Visitation Program | $40,000
    Nest | $11,098.59
    Pocket Change | $18,517.86
    Refugee Services | $20,000
    Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) | $12,591.68


Pathways Behavioral Services
    Junkman-Knoebel Transitional Housing | $26,000
    On-Site Adolescent Substance Use Disorder Treatment | $16,000


Peoples Community Health Clinic
    Access to Dental Care Relating to Missing Teeth | $37,440
    Access to Health Services through Interpretation Assistance | $75,058.50


Riverview Center, Inc.
    Sexual Assault Intervention Services | $37,070.50  


The Salvation Army
    All-Purpose Aid | $7,406.60
    Food Assistance | $8,888.83
    Housing Services | $33,332.20
    Pathway of Hope | $5,000
    Rent/Utility Assistance | $12,591.68
    Youth Center | $7,500


SuccessLink
    Success Street | $34,000


SuccessLink/Together for Youth
    Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention | $79,114.50
    Young Parents Together (YPT) | $30,870


Volunteer Center of Cedar Valley
    RSVP Primetime Reading Buddies | $5,000


Waterloo Community Schools
    WE Believe Summer Learning Academy | $28,472.50


Waterloo Visiting Nursing Association
    Maintaining Independence - Access to Home Healthcare | $26,075.25


Waypoint Services
    Domestic Violence Victim Services Program | $34,000


YWCA of Black Hawk County
    Language, Advocacy, Resources and Support | $10,000
    Parents Achieving Success with Support | $12,333
    Summer Daze Child Care | $25,000
    Wize Girlz | $5,000
    Y's Kids Before and After School Child Care | $30,000


To learn more about our work in education, income and health, visit the Community Impact section of our website.