Starting January 1, 2014 most residents will be required to have health insurance. If you don’t have insurance, you can enroll in the options below beginning October 1, 2013 for coverage that starts January 1, 2014.
When California’s new health insurance program, Covered California opens this fall United Way in Humboldt County will take a lead role in helping local residents understand their Covered California insurance options.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away… and, it turns out, so does volunteering.
Schools of Hope Tutor Cliff Ferrell won the 2012-2013 Volunteer of the Year award. Thanks you Cliff!
Demonstrated exceptional leadership in philanthropy through their employee giving campaign, corporate contributions, event sponsorship, volunteerism and overall commitment to advance the common good.
Working with Healthy Kids Sonoma County and Santa Rosa Community Health Centers we are supporting prevention-focused Oral Health Services for Low-Income Children and Pregnant Women.
With United Way support, Committee on the Shelterless “Ready to Learn” program supports the parent/child relationship by offering parenting skills to better create a foundation.
We provided a grant to Redwood Children’s Services teen resource centers, which offers mental health services, peer support, social services and computer classes.
The 2013 Earn It! Keep It! Save It! Site Coordinator of the Year is Chuck Pheil. With 20+ years providing free tax assistance, Chuck has helped 1000s.
Gloria Pearson was named the 2013 tax seasons Earn It! Keep It! Save It! Program.
We supported this YWCA program that provides financial literacy training to clients who are fleeing domestic violence.
We provided funding to this Cloverdale Alliance for Financial Education (CAFÉ) program which works with low-income individuals and families to increase their incomes by starting or improving a micro-business.
We prepared, for free, over 2,300 tax returns which brought in more than $3.4 million in tax refunds back into our community.
Monroe Elementary Schools Kimi Ogg won the 2012-2013 Schools of Hope Site Coordinator of the Year award. We could not do the program without people like you.