Our Partners

Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers; aspire to turn compassion into action to help people affected by disaster to receive care, shelter and hope; get communities ready and prepared for disaster by giving access to safe, lifesaving blood; support members of our armed services and their families and much more.

Contact
Beth Sweeney
812-471-7200
beth.sweeney3@redcross.org

Serves as an information and referral clearinghouse connecting people in need to the resources that may be able to assist with those requirements in an effort to provide necessary services without duplication.

Website
www.dcpconnections.org

Contact
Sherry Davis
812-257-2650
dcp-connections@outlook.com

Helps with the food needs of low-income persons of Daviess County, distributing groceries the third Saturday of each month and the following Thursday evening, or as emergency situations arise.

Contact
Sandy Rice
812-254-5429
srice1121@gmail.com

Provides services and support to individuals in Daviess County with developmental disabilities or other challenges. Designed to foster maximum self-dependence and natural interdependence, access to normal life experiences and opportunities, and general life enrichment.

Website
https://www.frrs.org

Contact
Sherri Tredway
812-257-1239
stredway@dsiservices.org

A program of the Generations Nutrition Program, provides nutritious meals and personal contact to the homebound and a noon meal each weekday at two neighborhood sites.

Website
https://www.vinu.edu/web/generations

Contact
Laura Holscher at Generations
812-888-5880
lholscher@vinu.edu

Prepares girls to become successful adults. Its strong values-based program shared with friends and directed by trained adults helps girls develop to their fullest potential.

Website
https://www.girlscouts-gssi.org

Contact
Aimee Stachura
812-421-4970 x311
astachura@girlscouts-gssi.org

Junior Achievement's purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

https://www.swindiana.ja.org

Contact
Amanda Coburn
812-425-8152
amanda.coburn@ja.org

Meets community needs by providing qualified volunteers to non-profit and community service agencies at no charge, supporting volunteer efforts by offering recruitment, placement, training, transportation, insurance and recognition to all persons who want to serve their community.

Website
https://www.rsvpvolunteercenter.org

Contact
Kim Herbertz
812-254-1996
kim.herbertz@rsvpvolunteercenter.org

Providing emergency assistance for clothing, food, fuel, rent, utilities, furniture, shoes and medicine to the needy.

Website
https://www.salvationarmyusa.org

Contact
Billie F. Kay
317-224-1055
billie_kay@usc.salvationarmy.org

A multi-service agency providing services to people of all ages.

Services Include

  • Adult Day Services
  • Homemaker
  • Attendant Care
  • Transportation
  • Senior Centers

Website
https://www.safsinc.org

Contact
Laura Greenfield
812-254-1881
greenfield.safsinc@sbcglobal.net

Providing a variety of programs and services that help individuals achieve their greatest potential in body, mind, and spirit.

Website
https://www.dcymca.org

Contact
Chris Watts
812-254-4481
cwatts@dcymca.org

Places Master's level social workers in local schools to provide mental health coaching to students, staff, and families. Allows schools to provide on-site, free of charge behavioral health service and programs to students of various backgrounds that prevent substance abuse, improve family relationships and develop life skills.

Website
https://youthfirstinc.org/

Contact
Janay Sharp
812-456-6700
jsharp@youthfirstinc.org

OTHER COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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Jon & Sue Clark

Dr. Jon and Sue Clark faithfully contribute to United Way of Daviess County.

The dictionary defines being thankful as a feeling but being grateful as an action. We are thankful to our Daviess County community for the wonderful support from pet owners during our 40 plus years in Veterinary practice in Washington. We have been blessed by God and this community beyond measure!

I can't think of a better way of showing our gratitude and giving back to the community than giving through the United Way of Daviess County. United Way knows where the needs are greatest. United Way has the capability of distributing our giving in an equitable way. We are a stronger community by pooling our resources for the greater good of all.

We are blessed so we can bless others!

Thanks for your support, Jon and Sue!

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Mayor David Rhoads - City of Washington

I feel having the United way of Daviess County in our community is an essential part of 'Working for a better Washington.' I have given to the United Way for over 20 years, since working at the Fire Department and as Chief. I feel that it is beneficial in providing organizations a vital boost to their programming. United Way also brings the community together through the Day of Caring. A great way to volunteer. Together, WE can make a difference.

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Glen Graber

Glen Graber was our top individual giver during Campaign 2021. When asked about why he gives, Glen stated:

The Grabers are so happy to benefit the many organizations that United Way helps every year! [We] are blessed to be able to give back to the county that has blessed [us] so much over the years!
 

Thank you, Glen!

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Alan & Vicki Bubalo

Alan Bubalo - pictured here with Zella Taylor, Executive Director of United Way of Daviess County, and Jordan Sherman, Board Member - is a loyal donor and we greatly appreciate him and his wife Vicki's support! When asked about his view on giving, Alan stated: 

There is a saying to whom much is given, much is expected. Vicki and I have been blessed to live in this great county and we feel giving back through the United Way of Daviess County benefits many organizations and many more individuals! May God continue to bless and enrich all persons in our wonderful community.

Thank you, Alan and Vicki!

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Bill & Bev Summers

Bill and Bev Summers are faithful donors to United Way of Daviess County. When asked why they give to United Way, Bill responded:

Beverly and I have been involved with United Way of Daviess County, as both volunteers and as contributors, since we moved home to Washington in 1969. Beverly served on the Board of Directors, and I was their Treasurer. We believe in the mission of the United Way. It has helped many individuals and not-for-profit organizations through their Day of Caring and through their financial contributions over many years. We find the United Way is an easy way to support an entire community with one contribution.

Thank you, Bill and Bev!

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Eric & Julie Bassler

Eric and Julie Bassler are generous supporters of United Way of Daviess County. We thank them for their faithful support!

Generous giving is a calling and an act of service that we take seriously. We are proud to be a long-term supporter of United Way of Daviess County. Their mission is vital in serving the needs of so many here in Daviess County.