River Region United Way is a locally based nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening lives, helping people, and improving community conditions in Autauga, Elmore, Lowndes, Macon and Montgomery counties in the River Region.
With our partners, we work to create real, lasting change. We support community programs and initiatives that help those in need and support our goal of preventing problems from happening in the first place.
River Region United Way believes that everyone should have the opportunities for a good life, and that the building blocks for that life are education, income, and health. Our goals and work in the community are centered on these key impact areas.
LIVE UNITED is our call to action for the entire community. We believe our communities, working together, can achieve more than any single person or organization could alone. And we are advancing the common good in the River Region by providing ways for people to give, advocate, and volunteer in support of our work.
With origins dating to 1923, the Community Chest of Montgomery (our original name) has a long history of supporting communities in the River Region. Through our affiliate agencies, we provide over $100 million in goods, services and economic impact to our community.
River Region United Way regularly conducts Needs Assessments which we share with a variety of county, municipal and non-profit agencies to facilitate collaboration and bring about positive and lasting change. Our studies have led to the establishment of Health Services, Inc. (1963), Goodwill Industries (1966), the Information and Referral Service (1977), the Montgomery Area Food Bank (1986), Success By Six (1992) and many others.
We invite you to LIVE UNITED with us - get involved by giving, advocating, and volunteering for the causes and issues that you care about and want to help improve. When you reach out a hand to one you can influence the condition of all. It takes all of us working together to create a brighter future for our River Region.
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