United Way of the Concho Valley supporting West Texas

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Here are two reasons I give to the United Way of the Concho Valley: Breadth. And depth.

After months of painstakingly reviewing grant applications, visiting local and area nonprofits, and thoroughly vetting those organizations, the United Way has agreed to contribute $755,000 to 19 programs administered by 16 agencies.

Those groups include the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Angelo and Menard, the Children’s Advocacy Center, the Concho Valley Regional Food Bank, the local family shelter, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of the Concho Valley, The Ozona Community Center, West Texas Counseling and Guidance, and the YMCA. The full list is available for viewing at uwconhcovalley.org .

In partnership with other private, public and governmental entities, United Way agencies work tirelessly to address a host of social needs in our community. Those issues run the gamut from abused and neglected children, to lowincome housing, to afterschool and daycare, to atrisk teens, to substance abuse, to domestic violence, to hunger, to mental health.


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