2022-2023 Partner Agencies of the United Way of the Brown County Area
Each year the United Way awards grant funds to support the direct service programs of agencies across Brown County who are delivering outcomes in support of the Community Investments Program. Funding decisions are made by volunteers through a citizen review process and approved by the United Way Board of Directors. During 2022 the United Way of the Brown County Area is honored to partner with the agencies that received funds through this process.
Community Investments improves lives by investing in five strategies: Nurturing Children, Youth & Families, Building Self Sufficiency, Meeting Basic Needs, Health & Wellness and Enriching Lives of Seniors.
American Red Cross
United Way funds the Disaster Preparedness Programs. Red Cross provides emergency responses to disasters, prepares residents for potential disasters, and prevents homebased disasters through various training opportunities and other educational programs.
CADA - Committee Against Domestic Abuse, Inc.
CADA Crisis Line 1-800-477-0466
Provides safety and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through education, advocacy and shelter.
Universal Contact Home Visiting Program and Follow Along Program
A free home visit to families who have recently delivered which includes connecting families to resources to monitor if their child’s development is on track from birth to age three.
(507) 345-1577 or 1-800-369-5166
Women in Transition program provides women with career counselling, personal growth, and the opportunity to gain the skills and confidence needed to become self-sufficient.
Managed Resource Connections, Inc. - MRCI
(507) 233-2700 or 800-829-7110
United Way funding is used to ensure individuals with disabilities have genuine opportunities in all aspects of their lives at home, at work, and in the community. This includes personalized day service programming and providing employment services.
Providing a wide array of independent living services including skills training, advocacy, peer mentoring through social recreation opportunities, information and referral, and transition services.
United Way provides funds for the CASTLE Lifelong Learning Program. CASTLE Lifelong Learning engages senior adults ages 55+ in activities that maintain their health, fitness, vitality and independence.
New Ulm Early Childhood & Family Education
Tuition reduction program strengthens families through education by providing the best possible environment for healthy growth and development.
(507) 794-7907 ext. 1320
Provides parent support, child development information, creates effective communication between parents and their children and promotes positive parental attitudes.