Add "Invest to Make a Difference in our Community" to your 2015 Resolutions! Pledge. Make a Difference in Grove City.
Because of your Support…
-The Grove City YMCA has helped 420 youth and family
members participate in programming at the YMCA including
summer camp, football, t-ball, basketball, gymnastics and
hockey. The Grove City Area United Way also provided funding
to the local after school program at the Y, so they can adequately supervise over 80 youth in grades 3 to 5.
-Over 9,000 books have been given to Grove City Area children!
The Grove City Area United Way is proud to be a sponsor of the
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in our community. The intention of this wonderful program is to instill the love of reading in every child in our school district and increase early literacy skills to prepare our children for life-long learning. Register your child today here:
It's fun & and it's free!
-The Grove City Area United Way helps the Grove City Education Center for Adults. They provide small group and one-to-one instruction to those adults interested in passing their GED, or improving their literacy skills in reading, writing, math or English.
-The Grove City Area United Way helped 93 girls meet new friends and experience new things through the Girl Scouts.
The Girl Scouts is the place for girls to have fun and try new experiences, such as turning ordinary household items into robots, helping with the local Meals on Wheels program, or hiking to the top of Mount Katahdin in Main.
-The Community Counseling Center of Mercer County is helping to reduce the mental illness stigma, so people feel comfortable seeking mental health treatment:
They have provided 637 hours of behavioral health treatment
to Grove City residents.
90% of persons who get treatment for behavioral health problems can greatly reduce symptoms.
-Meals on Wheels helped bring 16,573 meals with friendly smiles to seniors in need, and helped 95 individuals in the Grove City area stay healthy and independent.
-The Grove City Area United Way helps the Children's Aid Society of Mercer County. Founded in 1889 and incorporated in 1919, Children's Aid Society is a private, non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to supporting and strenghtening children, families and communities by providing a variety of services. Between their activities, they offer Safe Kids events, where children can learn how to stay safe in their family vehicles.